Looking for homemade conditioner for natural hair recipes?
You're in luck, here we will be showing off the five best natural hair conditioner recipes.
We recently wrote about what to look for in your natural hair shampoos, now let's talk about some conditioner!
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We get it, you go to the hair store and are over-whelmed with dozens of different hair products.
How do you know what works?
Sadly, with ever growing amount of women ditching relaxers and going natural, more and more companies are trying to tap into that market with their sad attempt at a natural hair conditioning product.
Enough is enough, let's talk about what do know works!
The best part? Most of these ingredients are probably in your home already!
Avocado Goodness Treatment:
Toss the sliced avocado, the olive oil, unrefined shea butter, and apple cider vinegar into your blender. Blend the ingredients together. You'll want a thick enough consistency that it doesn't run, but smooth enough to penetrate the hair shaft. Apply to clean, damp hair and leave on for at least thirty minutes. Rinse with cool water and style as desired.
Vinegar & Egg Treatment:
Begin by blending one tablespoon of honey with two teaspoons of oil. Then add in three eggs and tablespoon of vinegar. Add in two teaspoons of lemon juice. Mix well. Apply the paste and leave in for 15-30 minutes, longer if your hair is very damaged.
This one will leave your hair smelling so yummy! Begin my mixing in three tablespoons of olive oil in with a banana and mash with the back of a spoon until it's a runny consistency. The final step will be to add in a tablespoon of honey. Mix well. Apply to hair and leave in for thirty minutes.
Coconut & Honey Treatment:
Take five tablespoons of coconut oil, three tablespoons of honey, two tablespoons of rose water, and a tablespoon of lemon juice. Mix well and apply generously into clean hair. Leave in for thirty minutes before rinsing out with cold water.
Aloe Vera Treatment:
You'll need five tablespoons of aloe vera gel and one tablespoon of lemon juice. Apply to freshly cleaned hair, let sit for thirty minutes before rinsing.
We can't wait to hear which of these treatments you tried first, let us know in the comment section below!