Homemade conditioner for natural hair

The big day finally arrived. My mom turned our living room into a full-working beauty salon. A few hours later my first perm was complete. I ran to the my parent’s bathroom to check out my new do.

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.

Note: You can increase or decrease the portions, in the same ratio, depending on the length of your hair. The quantities listed below are suitable for medium to long hair lengths.

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Because you can never be too careful, always do a patch test on a small piece of skin (. behind the ear) to see how you and your skin react to separate ingredients

I make this in about 7-8oz batches – so that’s the recipe I’m sharing. However, you can make this in as small or large of a batch you would like. You simply need 2 parts  coconut oil  to 1 part  jojoba oil  – plus a few drops of  Tea Tree oil  per batch. I have also tried  grapeseed oil  & extra virgin olive oil in place of the  jojoba oil .   Argan oil  also works really good in this, but because of the price of it, I prefer the jojoba. You can also substitute another kind of essential oil for the tea tree if you like, but I prefer this one because of the fantastic moisturizing qualities it has on the hair.

Ingre­di­ents:
1 large over­ripe banana (sliced) OR 7 oz banana baby food
4 tbsp extra vir­gin olive oil
2 tbsp pure veg­etable glyc­er­in
2 tbsp pure hon­ey

Natural homemade hair conditioner recipes that will surprise you, like they did me. Easy, affordable and I am in charge

I make this in about 7-8oz batches – so that’s the recipe I’m sharing.  However, you can make this in as small or large of a batch you would like. You simply need 2 parts coconut oil to 1 part jojoba oil – plus a few drops of Tea Tree oil per batch.  I have also tried grapeseed oil & extra virgin olive oil in place of the jojoba oil .   Argan oil also works really good in this, but because of the price of it, I prefer the jojoba. You can also substitute another kind of essential oil for the tea tree if you like, but I prefer this one because of the fantastic moisturizing qualities it has on the hair.

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My hair has got dryer as I have gotten older, and could use a deep conditioning. I love making my own natural products so I will have to try this one. Thanks for sharing!

4oz water
4oz aloe vera gel
10 drops of essen­tial oil (pick your favorite!)
Direc­tions:  Add water and aloe vera gel to a small bowl and stir light­ly with a spoon. Pour the con­tents into a spray bot­tle and shake. Add an essen­tial oil of your choice and shake light­ly again. Use dai­ly or as often as need­ed to restore soft­ness.

Conditioner is used to balance the pH of your hair and return essential oils and shine to your hair after shampooing. Making your own conditioner at home is a great way to save money and stop using chemicals in your hair, and most of the ingredients are already in your house.

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