8 Sure-Fire Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipes That Work

by Diana Ajih on March 15, 2010

in Hair

Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipes

Hair feeling on the dry side? Sometimes finding the best hair conditioner is right inside your kitchen. Not only does a homemade hair conditioner save you money, you can create a conditioner that has everything your hair needs to bring it back to life.

Allow your hair to be more manageable, tangle-free, shinier, and healthier. Here are 7 homemade hair conditioner recipes for you to try:

Avocado & Egg

Ingredients: 1 Avocado & 2 Eggs

Turn avocado into a paste. Take 1 cup of the avoacado paste and put inside a bowl. Add the yolk of two eggs, beat mixture,  and apply on your hair. Leave on for 30 minutes, then wash out.

Tropical Conditioner

Ingredients: 1 Avocado & Coconut Milk

Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

Egg Hair Conditioner

Ingredients: 1 tsp. Baby Oil, 1 Egg,  1 cup Water

Add 1 egg yolk into a bowl and beat it until frothy. Add 1 tsp of baby oil and beat mixture again. Add 1 cup of water and mix. Massage onto the scalp and leave on for a few minutes. Rinse out.

Jojoba Oil Hair Conditioner

Ingredients: 1 tsp. Jojoba Oil & 1 cup Beer

Add 1 tsp of Jojoba oil into a small bowl. Pour in one cup of warm beer and gently mix. Massage onto the scalp for a few minutes. Rinse out.

Sunflower Hair Conditioner

Ingredients: 1 cup Sunflower Oil, 1 cup Wheat Germ Oil, 1 tsp. Lemon Juice

Take 1 cup of sunflower oil and wheat germ oil and blend together. Heat it a little by placing it in the microwave for a few seconds. Apply onto hair for a few minutes then wash out with lukewarm water. Add 1 tsp of lemon juice to the lukewarm water during the final rinse.

Henna Conditioner (Dry Hair)

Ingredients: Henna, Olive Oil, and Milk

Take a good amount of henna and place in a bowl. Add 1 tbsp of olive oil and warm milk. Mix well. Apply onto the hair for 20 minutes. Wash out.

Henna Conditioner (Oily Hair)

Ingredients: Henna, Curd, Sugar, Water

Take a good amount of henna and place in a bowl. Add 2 tbsp of curd and a pinch of sugar. Add water for final mixing. Apply on the hair for 20 minutes. Wash out.

Deep Conditioner

Ingredients: 1 small jar of Mayonaise, 1/2 Avocado

Mix a small jar of real mayonaisse and 1/2 of a avocado into a bowl. Mixture should be a green color. Apply mixture onto the hair from root to tip and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse out.

Try anyone of these homemade hair conditioner recipes for healthy hair care.

Warning: Please exercise all precautionary measures when using the homemade hair conditioner recipes. Avoid using the recipes if you’re allergic to any of the products. All responsibilities lies with the reader and not Hot Beauty Health. Thanks!

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

abigail November 24, 2010 at 9:40 am

Really nice suggestion of homemade conditioner. Few of them I know but some of them really new to me. They are easy also to make at home. Thanks for sharing.

Rea April 2, 2011 at 4:55 am

Seems interesting, going to try and make my own hair conditioner soon, Hope I don’t mess it up lol

bharat @ lose weight fast July 12, 2011 at 3:07 am

From the above list the coconut is one of the best conditioner for hair. people in india use it almost everyday for there hair. Its a well known fact that even the big bollywood stars use coconut oil on daily basis.

http://jobsnsw.net/ October 11, 2011 at 6:12 am

Wow great’ very interesting. I have to try it out. thanks for sharing.

Laura July 17, 2012 at 7:41 pm

Ok, I get olive oil and jojoba oil but where’s argan oil? I’ve read it so many times and lots of people swear by it for making hair nice and healthy! I’ve been using an argan oil based shampoo from Pro Naturals that I got online (beyas) and I can tell you, argan oil does make a difference! More people should try it. Makes hair real smooth and shiny.

And I agree with bharat, coconut oil is another great thing for conditioning hair :)

sanjana February 11, 2014 at 11:01 am

is argan oil also known as morrocon oil cause i have got hair treated by it
and found it really nice

Diana Ajih February 11, 2014 at 4:03 pm

Hi Sanjana! Yes morrocon oil is argan oil but a lesser pure form of it. It still has many of the same benefits as Argan Oil and it cost less.

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