Oct 202019
Homemade Hair Conditioner – Everything You Need To Know!

Hair conditioners are important for both men and women. To get the best hairstyle, you would need to apply some amount of hair conditioner to smoothen your hair and set it out.

A hair conditioner is an essential part of the daily beauty routine. However, hair conditioners available on the market can create problems for your hair. For instance, recent research studies have found that hair conditioners contain harmful chemicals that weaken the hair strands instead of nourishing and protecting them.

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A lot of people don’t know about Sodium Laureth Sulfate – a foaming agent found in many hair products. This ingredient in most commercial hair products, like hair conditioners, can dry your hair and cause allergic reactions on your scalp.

Many hairstylists and experts who are inclined towards natural remedies for both skin and hair care recommend the use of homemade hair conditioners and shampoos. In this article, we will tell you why you should use a homemade hair conditioner. Read on!

Shiny and Stronger Hair strands

Homemade hair conditioners can make your hair shiny and stronger. For example, vinegar and eggs can be used in hair conditioner for these effects. Eggs add shine to your hair and therefore are an effective conditioner.

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To make your hair stronger, you should use olive oil, which acts as an amazing elixir. Similarly, honey can keep your hair hydrated whereas vinegar acts as a fantastic cleaning agent and great protector to prevent hair loss.

 

Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipe

First, you will need a blender and use it to mix these ingredients to make a thick paste.

You just need to have olive oil, eggs, vinegar, honey, and lemon juice to make this hair conditioner.

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Whisk 4-5 eggs, then add two tablespoons of lemon juice and a tablespoon of vinegar into it.

Finally, you need to add one tablespoon of honey and half teaspoon of olive oil.

 

The conditioner is ready!

Apply it on your hair tips. Leave the paste on your hair for about 15 minutes. Rinse it off with cool water.

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Coconut Oil for Smooth, soft, and Thicker Hair

Coconut oil is another great ingredient for adding into a homemade hair conditioner. It has some incredible benefits for your hair. For example, it can make your hair soft and smooth.

At the same time, when you use it in a homemade hair conditioner, it will make your hair thicker and longer. The fatty acids and essential minerals contained in coconut oil also nourish your scalp.

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Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipe with Coconut Oil

To make a homemade hair conditioner with coconut oil, you need to mix coconut oil with one tablespoon of honey, and one tablespoon of lemon juice.

Next, you will add two tablespoons of curd and one tablespoon of rosewater.

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Make sure you apply this homemade hair conditioner on shampooed hair.

Leave it for 15 minutes and rinse off with cool running water.

 

Conclusion

Homemade hair conditioners are safe to use because they won’t strip color. They will make your hair look more radiant.

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After all, they use natural ingredients like vitamins, oils, nutrients to nourish your hair and make your hair strands healthy and beautiful.

Homemade hair conditioners also prevent hair loss in both men and women.

 

A Few Final Thoughts

If you ever need a helping hand or have any questions on this product or want to leave a comment or a review of your own, please do so in the space provided below.

I will be more than happy to answer them as best to my knowledge and would enjoy hearing from you.

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Eco_Catherine

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Reader Comments

  1. Hi Catherine,

    Thanks for educating me on homemade hair conditioners.

    I didn’t know certain hair conditioners on the market can contain chemicals on the market, like Sodium Laureth Sulfate that can damage your hair.

    I have thick hair. Is there one of the above home made conditions on the market that you would recommend for my hair?

  2. Well, this post was an interesting read! I didn’t even know that homemade hair conditioners existed, but you proved it through your knowledge and understanding.

    I’ll have to try this out and make my own sometime.

    Great post!

    1. Hi Eric, I am delighted to hear that this information I have provided to you has inspired you to try it making it for yourself. There are so many health benefits that came from making your own. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as I do.

  3. Absolutely love these recipes for home made hair conditioners. I have been using coconut oil on my hair lately and I love it because it keeps my hair soft and shiny especially with all the humidity that my hair is exposed to on a daily basis.

  4. Hi Catherine

    Thank you for the information you provide on the homemade hair conditioner. I have personally witnessed someone who has used shampoos and conditioners over a period of 15 years.

    Their hair is falling out like crazy now. I believe it is from those harmful chemicals. This is my personal opinion. I used to sell natural products back then and they educated me on chemicals in products. Now I don’t even go there. I threw away all the bad products I had.

    Thank you for this post. I am sure it will help a lot of people to become aware of what is in the products people use every day. I will always make my own conditioner!

    Cheers
    Midsummer

    1. Hi Midsummer, wow this is very alarming. I knew these chemical-based products were harmful but I never knew they could have these kinds of effects. I was under the impression that the chemicals would irritate the skin. I will have to do some research into this. Thank you for reading.

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