DIY: bi-phased hair conditioner in 5 minutes

Do you think that home made cosmetics are just waste of time and money? Maybe you’re right, because why should you pay for semi-finished products and deal with whole preparations, when you can just buy some conditioner in the dragstore. Wrong! Home made production of hair cosmetics (and not only) costs less and doesn’t take that much time.

Let this bi-phased conditioner be the proof that home made cosmetics are much cheaper and faster option, because to make it you need only… 5 minutes! Beside one free moment you also need few ingredients, which you can easily purchase in online shops with semi-finished products or in stationary shops. Some of you may already have all ingredients at hand.

What do you need?

  • 100 ml/3.5 fl. oz. of rose essential water,
  • 100 ml/3.5 fl. oz. of any vegetable oil (e.g. almond, jojoba, argan, macadamia),
  • about 15 drops of brewer’s yeast or beeswax,
  • bottle with atomiser (capacity: 7 – 8.7 fl. oz.).

How to make bi-phased hair conditioner?

At the beginning of this text it was mentioned that home made cosmetics are considered time consuming. Bi-phased hair conditioner we present here, is the proof that it is not true. You not only do not need much time to make it, but also you do not have to know exact proportions, because you can adjust all ingredients the way you want it.

Base of bi-phased formula is oil and rose essential water. Those ingredients mix together more or less in the same proportions (1:1). Add to it a dozen or so drops of beeswax or yeasts, ad-lib. It is not a big issue if you add few drops more then its in the recipe. Proportion do not have that much of importance here. Ready!

While preparing bi-phase hair conditioner remember that it is called that way for a reason. Ingredients of hair conditioner in this recipe are mostly oil and water, which do not combine. Despite of apparent fusing, this conditioner will never have unitary consistency. After awhile oil will move to the top and separate from water. For this reason, before each use you have to shake the conditioner.