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Best Homemade Hair Conditioners for Dry and Damaged Hair

Everyone wants a healthy mane but can neither afford those expensive hair spa sessions nor the hair packs from various brands which tend to burn a hole in the pocket. You can have those gorgeous locks by combining a few of the kitchen ingredients at the comfort of your home without having to visit the salon. I regularly use these packs whenever I feel the need to pamper my hair.

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Benefits of the Hair Conditioners

1. These are free from harmful chemicals which damage your hair in the long run.
2. They provide the much needed nourishment to dry and damaged hair, thereby making it healthy.
3. These packs are helpful in repairing the damaged strands and seal in the moisture which keeps friziness at bay.
4. They provide the extra care to dry hair and are cost-effective.
5. Some of these packs are good scalp conditioners and keep it healthy and free from various problems such as dandruff and itchiness.

Banana, Honey and Olive Oil Conditioner

Mash a ripe banana and add equal quantities of honey and olive oil, probably a tablespoon, to the pulp. Now blend this mixture to make a smooth paste and apply it to your hair. Keep it on for 45 minutes and wear a shower cap as it might drip on your face and neck. Wash it off and remove the chunks of banana if any for a hair which is softer and smoother.

Yogurt and Egg Hair Conditioner

Beat an egg and add equal quantity of plain yogurt and a tablespoon of olive oil to this mixture. Mix it thoroughly to form a smooth paste and apply it to your hair covering it from root to tip. Wear a shower cap and leave it on for 30 minutes. Wash it off with cold water and avoid using warm water as egg tends to form chunks and will stick to your hair.

Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil Conditioner

Aloe Vera is a magical plant and can be used for your overall health and wellness. It is known for its beauty benefits and medicinal qualities. This pack provides a deep nourishment to your hair and also helps to prevent split ends and hair fall. Scrape the gel out of a freshly cut Aloe Vera Leaf and add 1-2 tablespoon of organic coconut oil to this mixture. Keep it on for 30 minutes and wash off with a mild shampoo.

Shea Butter and Sweet Almond Oil Conditioner

Shea butter has numerous skincare benefits and is an excellent hair conditioner which repairs damaged hair and makes it soft and silky. Melt Shea butter using the double boiler method i.e fill a pot with water and place the bowl inside it with Shea butter on a low flame. Add sweet almond oil to it once it cools down completely and attains a cream like consistency. Apply this mixture to your hair and keep it on for 45 minutes. Wash it off with cold water.

Try these homemade hair conditioners and you will see a visible difference from the first use itself. Hope you all enjoyed reading the post and please feel free to share this further.

Stay Happy and Keep Shining 🙂

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