Homemade Hair Conditioners

How much do you spend on hair products every month?  Probably more than you realize.  Research shows that the average woman spends almost 60 bucks a month on hair care and styling products.  That can REALLY add up!

But, I have some good news for you!  If you are willing to do a little shopping and put in a little preparation you can save some money by whipping up your own homemade hair conditioners.

These lush and rich conditioners will help to keep your hair silky, smooth and healthy. Here are some examples of four great homemade hair conditioners you can make yourself.

Essential oil conditioner:

Two tablespoons of sesame seed oil and Aloe Vera gel can be mixed in half a cup of curd along with a tablespoon of olive oil and apply to your head. Leave the mixture in your hair for 10-15 minutes and rinse.

Avocado and Shea Butter conditioner for dry hair:

Get half cup of Shea butter, 3 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar, and 1 Avocado. Blend it very well and apply it on your hair for 15 minutes and rinse it thoroughly with normal water.

Banana and Honey conditioner with essential oils:

Get 1 banana and add 2 tablespoon honey. Blend it very well. For moisture, add Olive oil or coconut oil. Apply it on your hair. Leave it on your hair for 15-20 minutes and rinse.

Vinegar egg conditioner:
Gather 3 Eggs, Olive oil, Honey, Vinegar and Lemon Juice. Mix 2-3 egg yolks and whisk it thoroughly, add one spoon vinegar and 1 spoon of lemon juice. Mix it well in a blender. Apply it on your hair for 15 minutes and rinse it.

Happy Conditioning!

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