Sunday, September 27, 2015

How to make homemade hair conditioners

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Just cleaning or washing the hair with a good shampoo is not enough, its important to use a hair conditioner in the hair after shampooing it. Hair conditioner moisturizes the hair and makes it healthy. As we know, commercial hair conditioners contain a lot of chemicals which might affect the mane in a negative manner, so natural homemade products are safer and better in many ways. In this article, we shall give you some tips on how to make homemade hair conditioners.

Aloe vera-coconut oil homemade hair conditioner – Aloe vera and coconut oil not only repairs damaged hair but also make the hair lot more healthy and adds shine to it. Making homemade aloe vera and coconut oil conditioner is not a difficult task. Just take a cup and put two tablespoonful each of aloe vera and coconut oil in it. Put half cup of water in the mixture. And thats done!
Wet your hair, and apply this mixture. Keep it for 15 minutes and after that wash it off with water. If you have extreme dry hair, just apply the conditioner and don’t rinse it after that. This will help to style the hair.

Honey-yogurt homemade hair conditioner – This particular homemade hair conditioner is an extra moisturizing treatment which takes care of breakage of hair as well as split ends. Just mix 1 tablespoonful of white yogurt with 3 teaspoonful of honey, and put it on your hair. Leave it for 15 minutes. Take lukewarm water and wash your hair with it.
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Argan oil-shea butter homemade hair conditioner – Shea butter has moisturizing properties and argan oil makes hair soft, so this home conditioner will make the hair silky smooth. You just need half cup of shea butter and mix it with 3 tablespoonful of argan oil. Wet your hair and apply the conditioner on the hair.

Homemade mint hair conditioner – If your hair and scalp gets oily very soon, you must try the homemade mint hair conditioner. It will cleanse the hair squeaky clean, and also add nice fragrance to the hair. Just take fresh mint leaves and boil it in water upto 10 minutes. Using a strainer, strain the liquid. Let it cool down. Then you can apply the conditioner on your wet hair. And rinse thoroughly after sometime.

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