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Hair Conditioner Recipe - homemade recipe for hair conditioner

Hair Conditioning is a way of giving the hair the nourishment it needs to look good. The hair follicles receive nourishment from the bloodstream, but the hair shafts ceases to receive nourishment by way of external care.

Rose Hair Conditioner Recipe

It helps to use a hair conditioner regularly. And while you look for the best brand to buy, you could try this one at home. Soak half a cup of rose petals in hot water for some time. Take half a mashed banana (full if you have long tresses), one table-spoon honey, and a tablespoon of coconut/olive oil. Blend all the four ingredients tin a blender. Massage well into your hair and scalp, and leave the conditioner on for about half an hour. If you can wrap a warm towel around your head the conditioner will have a better effect. Make sure that you wash off conditioner thoroughly with shampoo.

Useful Hair conditioner recipes

For conditioning hair, henna is the best. A henna paste mixed with curd, an egg and lemon juice is an excellent conditioner if left on the hair for about 45 minutes. If you have dry hair, add 1-2 teaspoons of olive oil or coconut oil to the henna paste.

Rub lemon juice all over your scalp and leave for 15-20 minutes. Then rinse off. This treatment ensures dandruff free and absolutely clean hair. The key to beautiful hair is a clean scalp.

Used tea leaves can be boiled again in 2-3 cups of fresh water. Strain the liquid, cool it and use it on your hair as the last rinse after shampoo. Let down your hair after shampoo and gradually pour the tea water on the head, rubbing gently with the fingers. This will improve the look of your hair and you will get more beautiful hair.

Semi homemade spray-on conditioner

  • 1 tablespoon on your favorite conditioner
  • 8 ounce (227 grams) spray bottle
  • water

Place a tablespoon of your favorite conditioner in a spray bottle, then fill it up with water. Shake well before using to control frizzes, condition dry ends or to treat dehydrated hairs.
Note: for less conditioning, use less conditioners; for more conditioning, add more conditioner.



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