DIY all-natural pre-wash nourishing hair conditioner 

Hello friends! This post was being long due ever since I posted the DIY all-natural hair serum to manage frizzy hair. Every time I go for a hair cut I get irritated with all the crazy recommendations done by the so called hair experts 😜 in the saloon. It’s their full time job to do so, please don’t blindly believe them and the misleading advertisements! Between are you aware that people working in saloons are prone to adverse health effects due to over exposure and contact with harmful chemicals, read this for yourself. Before using any products do check for the ingredients and check for their safety. Know the harmful chemicals to be avoided in shampoos and conditioners here & here. What if I say that u can diy a pre-wash conditioner in your very own kitchen in 5 mins! Yep it’s real simple, works great 👍 and is 💯% bio-degradable!!

I have tried n number of recipes, trust me I really did – fresh coconut milk, fresh aloevera gel, egg🥚<yuck I can’t take the smell> , soaked and ground fenugreek seeds with yogurt , fresh ground henna leaves 🍃 paste, fresh ground hibiscus 🌺 flowers & leaves 🍃 paste and the list goes on and on 🙂 over years and finally found out what works best and effective for my hair. Do try it out, it might work out for yours too!


Ingredients:

    Why these ingredients?

    Bananas are rich in potassium that strengthens hair, minimizes breakage by restoring your hair’s natural elasticity, and facilitates repair of damaged hair. Bananas also moisturize your hair as they contain natural oils and about 75% water. Strong, moisturized hair also is less prone to frizzing and tangling. 

    The vitamin E found in olive oil can smooth away split ends. Olive oil is good for conditioning and dandruff control, according to The Olive Source. It is made up of monounsaturated fatty acids with strong antioxidants, and vitamins A and E, which help moisturize and repair hair.

    Honey is a humectant, it attracts and holds moisture, explains the National Honey Board. This makes it a good choice for damaged or dry hair. It also has antimicrobial & antibacterial properties that make it an effective cleanser. 

    How to make?
    Peel and cut the ripe banana 🍌 into the blender. Add honey 🍯 & extra virgin olive oil and blend.. tadaa done ✅

    How to use?

    • Apply this hair conditioner from roots to the hair tips.
    •  Tie your with a clutcher or cover with a shower cap and let it stay for an hour.
    • Wash your hair thoroughly with the all-natural hair shampoo <DIY post to come up soon>.

    By using this conditioner regularly your hair becomes more soft, smooth, shiny, strong, manageable and also it helps reduce split ends & dandruff!

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      swethareddem

      Hello! For all those who are new to the group or don't know me, a little intro about myself - I am Swetha Reddem, have a 4+ years old naughty boy and another one 30+ (my husband 😊) . And about my likes I love ❤️ doing yoga - nothing feels more relaxing that that, n swimming 🏊‍♀️ n photography 📸 n playing with my kid. Am a nature lover 🌴 and would try my best not to harm it and a vegetarian 👩‍🌾 by choice from since almost a decade. Am a DIYer - I do prepare almost all my family 👪 n home 🏡needs from organic grooming n beauty products 👄👁👣💆 to home cleaners and food 🍲🍨🍧🥗🍦🍰🍪🥞🍕🍹 . I would love to share the recipes and my thoughts with you all! I am greatly inspired by the zero waste, minimalistic & eco friendly lifestyle! My goal is to inspire at least a few to lead a eco friendly lifestyle!!!

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