Looking For Homemade Hair Conditioner?
From chamomile and rosemary to beer and vinegar, the kitchen and garden have always provided ingredients for the homemade hair conditioner and rinses needed for a healthy head of hair.
You'll probably pay a lot more for these ingredients when they appear in commercial products, so why not use them in their natural state.
Make your own hair conditioner, and reap the full benefit?
Pamper yourself with these time tested home made hair conditioner recipes below to give your hair extra shine.
This herbal rinse is a traditional way to add shine and to bring out the colour of every hair type.
These herbs can all be found at Mountain Rose Organic Herbs and Spices
You can also make this herbal rinse using herbal tea bags, just pop 2 tea bags in 2 cups of boiling water and stand for 15 minutes before rinsing.
Eggs were what our grandmother used to make her hair shine. They're best used as a prewash homemade hair conditioner, to bring out the shine of dull and damaged hair.
Did you know that the proteins found in the malt and the hops of beer can strengthen and repair damaged hair. Try rinsing with a cup of warm beer once a month and see the difference.
Simply wash your hair with your usual shampoo then rinse and towel dry. Then pour 1 cup of warm beer over your hair and leave to soak in for 5 minutes then rinse clean.
Or for extra shine, body and hold pour some beer into spray bottle and spray on to damp hair. The smell usually disappears once your hair is dry, however depending on your hair texture and the make of beer, your hair may feel a little sticky so have a trail run with this homemade hair conditioner.
This hair rescue recipe is warm and sticky but dose wonders for dry, damaged hair and split ends. It relies on the oil being hot, warm damp towels and plenty of time. Olive oil suits all hair types, but you can try sunflower oil for fair hair and wall nut oil for dark.
Pour 3 floz (100ml) of Olive Oil into a clean bottle or jar, add the chosen oils to suit your hair color then shake well. Once this oil treatment has been made up it can be kept for up to 6 months.
Now you know how to make homemade hair conditioner, check out this homemade conditioning scalp massage added by Karen from Maine!
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