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DIY HOMEMADE HAIR CONDITIONER

DIY HOMEMADE HAIR CONDITIONER
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Instead of Spending too much on expensive shampoos , here are some the best natural hair conditioners you can make at home. And get the desired results that you see in TV ads.

1.Egg and Mayonnaise Conditioner

The best natural remedy to gain protein are eggs. Eggs contain all the essential proteins that help in strengthening the hair and increasing hair growth.

Mayonnaise contains agents that help in conditioning your hair. Take two whole eggs and add 4 tablespoons of mayonnaise. Mix them well until it forms a smooth mixture. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil to form a fine mixture. Apply this mixture on your hair from the roots to the tip of your hair. After 30 minutes, rinse with cold water using shampoo. This conditioner also can be used once in a week.

2.Banana Conditioner

Banana contains a ton of vitamins, potassium, and natural oils that moisturize your hair, make it look shiny, and increase elasticity, which reduces breakage. Use it with milk to condition your hair from within.

First,mash the banana and mix in the milk until you have a thick paste.Then,apply this paste to dry hair from roots to tips.Next,put on a shower cap and leave it on for 30 minutes.Finally,wash off with lukewarm water and shampoo your hair.

3.Coconut oil and Honey Conditioner

Coconut oil not only helps your hair become smooth and soft, but also helps in making your hair  thicker. The essential minerals and fatty acids in coconut oil nourish the scalp well.

Take one tablespoon of coconut oil, one tablespoon honey, one tablespoon lemon juice, two tablespoons of curd and one teaspoon of rose water. Mix all of them well and apply them on your shampooed hair. Leave it for about 10-15 minutes and rinse off with running water.

4.Yogurt Hair Conditioner

 Yogurt is not just a flavor-balancer; it is also beneficial for the hair. It has good amounts of beneficial protein that can make your hair nourished and shiny.

To make it at home, combine a half-cup of full-fat Greek yogurt and a tablespoon of melted shea butter. Stir in a tablespoon of blackstrap molasses. Apply the mixture from mid-shaft to end and leave on for a few minutes, then shampoo a few times. The protein in the yogurt protects hair from heat, seals in moisture, and helps mend split ends.

5.Avocado and Baking Soda Conditioner

This conditioner will help cleanse the dirt buildup from your scalp while nourishing your hair.

 You will need 1 ripe avocado, 2 tbsp baking soda, and water. Mash the avocado and mix the baking soda into it. Add 1 tbsp of water to the mixture at a time until you end up with a smooth paste. Wet your hair and coat it with this paste from roots to tips. Leave the paste in for 5 minutes. Wash off with cool water.

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