Natural hair conditioner coconut milk

Nikki, as you mentioned Giovanni 50/50 shampoo, I was wondering if you find it stripping. It contains olefin sulfonate which behaves similarly to sulfates and in my experience very harsh as well. Let me know what you think. Thanks.

A starter shopping list with only 16 ingredients (most of which you will find in your cabinet) to help you get started on your journey!

I suggest combining ingredients in a clean repurposed squirt bottle for your conditioner. Double up on ingredients until you fill your bottle – the recipe above makes 8 ounces.

" … [B]y leaving the natural oils on the hair, the hair doesn't need any styling products … If you don't apply any styling products, then there is no need to wash your hair. No products, no need to wash them out."

When I first went natural, I was inundated with information about natural oils. With properties such as fatty acids and emollients, oils are extolled; but with so many types it is difficult to tell them apart. To save you from the confusion, here is your cheat sheet:

Designed for all hair types, our gentle and light-weight conditioner can be left in hair and/or massaged into a dry scalp for all-day hydration. Effectively hydrates and ph balances without traditionally greasy oils, waxes and silicones that coat the hair shaft and weigh it down and irritate the scalp.  Massage a small amount into scalp and through the hair after showering as needed for instant and continuous hydration throughout the day.   Perfect for processed or dry hair and scalp. 

Scroll down to browse through specific hair care recipes. I've started with the best carrier oils for your hair type because you'll need to choose which oil to use in your conditioner recipe.

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I've used avacado, coconut milk, and olive oil. It's a bit messy, but it really added much needed moisture to my hair.

1 avocado
1 can of coconut milk
1 tablespoon of olive oil

I usually mix everything in a blender to make it creamy, then store the remaining in the fridge.

Now there wasn’t just one – but rather a series of products that, while had their differences, were all equally as effective and wonderful. As a result, I’ve separated them into categories instead of a numerical “list”.

Other than being all natural, one of the great advantages of whipping up this homemade conditioner for natural hair is you don’t have to invest a lot of time. All you have to do is mix the ingredients together and take a shower. That’s not so hard is it?

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