Homemade Conditioner

Homemade Conditioner

In every hair conditioner, ad and the fabulous model’s toss their hair in the air, and leaves us wondering if we’ll ever be lucky enough to have such lustrous tresses? It’s such a huge disappointment and an element of frustration when you try the same product and not only do you begin to lose tons of hair, but the results are nowhere near your expectations. Don’t worry, those gleaming long hair were majorly a result of excellent lighting and tons of products. No shampoo or conditioner alone can produce such wondrous results, mainly because market bought product contains harsh chemicals. They may appear to nourish your scalp for the time being, but are preventing your scalp from producing its oils and ultimately drying it up even more. But substituting your market made conditioner with a simple homemade DIY conditioner might just do the trick, and give you those silky smooth hairs that you’ve always wished for.

What You’ll Need

Ingredients

12 cups
Warm Wateramazon
3 tbs
Dishwash Soapamazon
½ cup
Hydrogen peroxideamazon
3 tbs
White Vinegaramazon
1 tbs
Essential Oil of Choiceamazon

Supplies

1
Mixing Bowlamazon
1
Spray Bottleamazon

 

Benefits of Ingredients

Yogurt hydrates the scalp and will remove all traces of dandruff that happens to be the main reason why you lose hundreds of that precious hair every time you brush. Both mayonnaise and egg white have conditioning properties which will turn your hair super soft. You can also swap mayonnaise with vanilla essence if you think the mixture is getting too slimy, and the smell of raw egg is making you gag.

Directions

Take a mixing bowl and add half a cup of yogurt in it. Whip it until the yogurt turns smooth. Once done, add half a cup of mayonnaise and an egg white to it.Continue to whip all the ingredients together till a smooth mixture is formed.

Finishing Up

Apply the mixture to your hair. Make sure to rub it gently into the scalp because that’s the region that nourishes your hair. Once you’re done applying, you need to leave it at least for twenty minutes. It is of prime importance to make sure that you are keeping a track of time because the same yogurt that hydrates your hair for twenty minutes can start dehydrating them once the time is up. So remember, tick tock! tick tock! The mixture will drip so it will be wise if you wear a shower cap and tuck in cotton balls at the open ends to make sure it doesn’t get messy. You can also wrap your head in a damp towel to help your pores open. Lastly, don’t forget to rinse your hair thoroughly for a few minutes after the time is up. You may also choose to shampoo your hair afterward if the smell still bothers you. It is to be kept in mind, however, that the egg white doesn’t last very long, so, you’ll have to make a new conditioner every time, about 2-3 times a week, but the results are truly worth the effort.