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How to Make Your Own Natural Deep Conditioners For Your Hair

Updated on February 16, 2014
Natural ingredients to make conditioners
Natural ingredients to make conditioners

Deep Conditioners

Deep conditioners are great for repairing hair. They can transform dry brittle hair into soft and shiny locks. Making your own deep conditioner is a great way to get the same results without using chemicals and spending all your cash. You can make these conditioners from natural oils and from ingredients you can find in your kitchen.

When to use

It is best to deep condition your hair once a week to keep it in good healthy condition. This could vary though if you have really damaged or dry hair you might want to use it more frequently maybe three times a week or daily until you get the results you want.

Before conditioning

Using a clarifying shampoo to get rid of any build up before deep conditioning will help you get the very best results. This will allow your hair to absorb more of the nutrients and vitamins in the conditioners.

Avocado
Avocado

Avocado Conditioner

This is a simple and easy deep conditioner to make and use. It only takes three ingredients and combined they make your hair feel like silk.

What you need

  • One avocado
  • One tablespoon of olive or coconut oil
  • Two tablespoons of honey
  • One bowl
  • One spoon

How to make it

  • Step one scoop one avocado into the bowl.
  • Step two add the oil of your choice.
  • Then add the honey.
  • Mix the three ingredients together.

Application

  • Take the mixture and apply to damp hair.
  • Comb through to get full coverage.
  • Wait at least a half an hour before shampooing and washing out the mixture.

What does this do

Avocados are filled with nutrients and vitamins that help bring back elasticity and shine to your hair. Avocados can also help fight off greys. Honey can also work wonders for your hair it has moisturizing qualities and seals in the vitamins and nutrients. Olive oil and coconut oils are great for promoting new hair growth and moisturizing your hair. The mixture of these three ingredients brings back shine, elasticity and smoothness. Use this deep conditioner once a week for best results. For seriously damaged or dry hair try two or three times a week or as needed.

Eggs
Eggs

Egg and Honey Conditioner

This is a great conditioner for damaged hair. This particular deep conditioner is full of proteins that help strengthen hair and prevent future breakage.


What you need

  • One egg
  • Two tablespoons plain or vanilla yogurt
  • One tablespoon honey
  • One tablespoon olive oil
  • One bowl
  • One spoon

How to make it

  • Crack the egg into the bowl.
  • Add the yogurt.
  • Add the honey and olive oil.
  • Mix the ingredients well.

Application

  • Apply the mixture to damp hair.
  • Comb through or shampoo in to make sure it is all over.
  • Leave it in for an hour or two.
  • Shampoo and wash out.
  • Air dry your hair.

What does this do

Eggs are full of protein. This is great for your hair because bleaching and coloring rob your hair of its natural proteins. Heat styling can also rob your hair of natural oils and proteins. Putting protein back into your hair will make bring it back to life again. Honey seals in vitamins and moisture. Olive oil makes your hair smooth and silky by replacing those oils you lose from heat styling. Yogurt puts calcium back into your hair and helps fight off frizzies. This combination of natural ingredients is great for seriously damages hair.


Banana
Banana

Banana Conditioner

Bananas are not just for eating they are great for your hair too. Use this deep conditioner to bring back shine to your hair.

What you will need

  • 2 bananas
  • 1/2 cup of yogurt plain
  • One bowl
  • One spoon

How to make it

  • Mash up two bananas in the bowl.
  • Add the half cup of yogurt.
  • Mix the two ingredients well.

Application

  • Apply the mixture to your hair.
  • Comb through to spread it out more evenly.
  • Leave it in your hair for at least a half an hour or up to two hours.
  • Rinse out and shampoo your hair as usual.
  • Air or towel dry your hair.

What does this do

Bananas are packed with vitamins that are great for your hair. Bananas add a lot of shine to your hair so this is great for dull looking hair. Yogurt had calcium that helps strengthen your hair. This helps to prevent damage in the future. The combination of these ingredients leave your noticeably shinier and healthier looking.

Making Deep Conditioners

All these listed ingredients are natural great for your hair and can most likely found in your kitchen already. They are fast and easy to make and the results are noticeable after the first use. Results do vary though certain hair types do better with different ingredients so try them all. You might even want to experiment a bit to see if adding or replacing different items that work better for you give you better results. Have fun pampering yourself with these awesome deep conditioners and let me know how they work for you.

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      jord 

      3 years ago

      Do you ever think about starving people when rubbing avocado and honey in your hair

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