DIY: The most popular home made hair conditioners

You go through your cosmetics and nothing. You check dragstores and nothing. You visit online shops, nothing again. Sometimes we experience those moments in life when no hair conditioning product fulfils our expectations, and prices seem a little over the top. Don’t worry. There is a solution to every problem. You can always try some experiments with home made hair conditioners.

What are values of DIY hair conditioners?

Most of all, they are cheap, because they usually are made from basic ingredients. Often for home made conditioner are used food products, which can be found in every kitchen, like honey, lemon or eggs. Beside low costs you have control over composition of product. In home made conditioner are no artificial ingredients, which could be harmful or sensitise you. You decide what will be in the conditioner and you always choose 100% natural substances. But the most important is satisfaction of the fact that in easy and nice way you could make your own cosmetic.

The most popular home made hair conditioners

EGG CONDITIONER

This known for generations, protein hair conditioner, is a recipe of our grandmas. You just have to mix 2 eggs (whole, but best are just yolks) with one table spoon of olive oil and juice from half of lemon. Apply it on damp hair and rinse after 15 minutes. It perfectly strengthens, provides gloss and nourishes hair. The equivalent for oil and lemon can be honey. In modified version of egg conditioner, you need to mix 2 eggs with one table spoon of raw honey – it’s great for hair growth.

YOGHURT CONDITIONER

Very popular are hair conditioners made of yoghurt, milk or buttermilk. The preparation is extremely simple. Half of small natural yoghurt mix with one egg, crushed banana and one tea spoon of lemon juice. You can additionally add few drops of tea tree oil and tea spoon of vitamin E (of course, if you have those ingredients at hand). This conditioner cleanses scalp, smoothers, provides elasticity and strengthens. You can try also simpler version by mixing 2 table spoons of natural yoghurt with 1 egg yolk and 1 table spoon of honey.