Making your own homemade hair conditioner is not only better for your hair, but can save you money in the long run. Commercially made hair products carry a steep retail price, considering what goes into the bottle.By making your hair conditioner yourself, you keep money in your pocket, and the harsh and possible toxic chemicals out of your hair.
Beat the egg yolk until its frothy. Add 1 tsp of baby oil and then beat again. Add the mixture to the water and massage into the scalp and throughout your hair after shampooing. Rinse well. You can also use ‘ tsp of olive oil instead of baby oil.
Place olive oil and boiling water into large glass bottle or jar with a lid. After the mixture cools, massage it on your scalp and cover your head with a shower cap, then wrap your head in a hot towel that has been soaked in hot water then wrung out. After half an hour shampoo your hair as usual.
Baking Soda To Soften Hair And Water. If you add a small spoon of baking soda to your conditioner base, it will remove residue left from using hair products. A spoonful of vinegar to a water based conditioner will remove residue. The vinegar can weaken the hair shaft overtime so use vinegar only if it is diluted to a 5% solution. Use it once a week. For a hair and scalp treatment, massage the mixture onto the scalp and work into the hair. Leave on the hair from ten to to thirty minutes. You should wash a few times to remove any heavy feeling.
Mash an avocado well until it is really creamy. Apply it on damp hair and cover it with plastic cap 30 minutes. Rinse well.
Add a tablespoon of vegetable oil. Mix thoroughly into the conditioner. The vegetable oil is the key to giving your hair that gleaming shine afterwards. The oil will also work to tame split ends and flyaways.