D.I.Y : HOME-MADE DEEP CONDITIONER FOR YOUR HAIR

Hello all!
It’s saturday and that’s when I get to pamper my self! So today I’ll be deep conditioning my hair, filing my nails and doing a facial, all in the comfort of my home. I normally use the Organics deep conditioning cholesterol for my hair, but today I decided to use something different. A home made deepconditioner that you could make also!

4 EASY STEPS:

What you need:

1 Banana, 1 Egg, 2 table spoons of olive oil, 1 table spoon of coconut oil. IMG_8653

Bananas are rich in beneficial nutrients such as potassium and Vitamin A, while Olive oil and coconut oil are great conditioners, they penetrate the hair strands adding moisture and shine. Egg is a rich source of protein, that improves thickness while strenghtening the hair.

STEPS TO FOLLOWDSC_0008 DSC_0010

 

DSC_0012 DSC_0014EASY RIGHT! Just ensure you mash the banana properly/blend it up to avoid little bits of banana sticking to your hair.

Let me know if you try it, or have any other Home made conditioning recipes, I’d love to try them out!

P.S. There’s a 10 day giveaway going on by Naija Naturals on Instagram, today’s prize is “Mane choice hair supplements”, click the banner to the right to check them out on Instagram! Good luck!

xoxo

Tosin

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4 Comments on “D.I.Y : HOME-MADE DEEP CONDITIONER FOR YOUR HAIR

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  2. I recommend adding avocado (proteins and vitamins A, D, E & B6) to this mix. The results are heavenly (for me). I haven’t got soft hair (don’t want to say it’s hard) but the avocado-banana-egg mix makes a huge difference for me! My hair gets all soft and mmm! 😀 Can’t remember the last time I used store-bought deep conditioner. But I suggest blending and sieving because avocado is quite fibrous and it can be a hassle to get the fibres out of your hair later. Optional step: wrap hair in cling film then wrap a towel dipped in warm/hot water (squeezed out) on it (that gives it a heat stimulated effect). Enjoy! xoxo

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