It’s obvious that money and hair-care products are closely associated and chances are, the most profitable businesses in the market, therefore, companies with natural lines are popping up just about everywhere. Behind the large production of some natural beauty products and conditioners, is a steep cost.
However is it always worth every penny to shell out tons of dough on each product like the hair conditioners which we regularly use?
While there is a mystery with regards to the ingredients of commercial-bought hair conditioners, many of those are generally loaded with harsh chemicals you can hardly pronounce.
But the good news is, you can actually create fantastic hair conditioners at home that will absolutely suit your needs.
Every hair is unique and varies with texture for that reason, concocting your own hair conditioner is a great means of complementing your hair type aside from the price tag.
And it’s good to know that DIY hair conditioner can be created out of everyday ingredients which normally are available in any nearby grocery stores or might be inside your kitchen pantry.
Coconut Oil Deep Conditioner
2 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp jojoba oil
2-3 drops of your favorite essential oil
① Add 1 tablespoon of Jojoba oil to 2 tablespoons of Coconut oil. Just adjust the amount if you have longer hair. Making sure the above ingredients are room temperature — the coconut oil should be rich and thick.
② Add 2-3 drops of your favorite essential oil and mix all together.
③ Apply the mixture to your hair from roots to ends, paying particular attention to any dry areas. Cover hair with a plastic bag or shower cap and use a hair dryer to warm the hair.
④ Leave on for 15-30 minutes. Wash and condition hair as usual. Use it once a week for the fullest benefits.
Coconut Oil Detangler
1 part coconut oil deep conditioner (see recipe above)
10 parts water
1 spray bottle
Combine 1 part coconut oil deep conditioner with 10 parts water in a large spray bottle.
After shampooing and rinsing, spray hair with Coconut Oil Detangler lightly as you comb (use a wide-tooth comb) to help work through tangles.