How to Deep Condition Your Hair at Home

Deep Condition Your Hair at Home

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A gorgeous head of hair looks wonderful. Whether long or short, beautiful hair is a sign of good health, prosperity, and youth. Your hair, however, does not get shiny, vigorous, or springy by accident; it requires maintaining a healthy diet, using a good shampoo, constant hair care, and most importantly, deep conditioning using a solution rich in protein, oils, and nutrients. The following tips in this article will help you learn how to deep condition your hair at home with a few simple tricks, as well as shield your hair from loss of moisture:

  1. Olive Oil and Honey:

A very old remedy is honey and olive oil. While the olive oil soaks into the structure of the hair and gives it the moisture it needs to maintain its healthy sheen, the honey helps the mixture stick to the hair and has a natural healing element for the body. This honey-olive oil solution reaches down into the hair shaft, nourishes the hair, and creates silky, shiny hair that is not dry or brittle. As a plus, olive oil is slightly acidic and tends to clean the scalp. This mixture is especially great for people who suffer from split ends or hair shedding, as it has a way of healing and enriching the hair.

Ingredients:

½ part honey

¼ olive oil

Slightly warm solution

Directions:

Slowly place the mixture on every part of the hair, moving your fingers from the scalp to the hair’s end, and then cover your head with a shower cap or towel. Let the potion sit on the hair for 30 minutes, and then rinse.

  1. Egg Whites and Olive oil:

There are many food items that make wonderful deep conditioners for the hair: eggs are one of these items. Hair soaks up eggs like a sponge, taking full advantage of its nutrients. It is a very rich solution and best for dry hair.

Ingredients:

1 Egg separated from yolk

Olive oil

Directions:

Separate the yolk from the whites, mix with olive oil and apply to hair after washing. Leave the solution on the hair for about 20 minutes then rinse with tepid water.

  1. Egg white and Lemon:

If you have thin limp hair, a combination of egg whites and lemon will bring it under control. Egg whites create a film that tightens the scalp and controls sebum secretions, while lemon juice, a natural cleanser, will help clear dirt and grease from the hair and scalp. This combination also rids the scalp of bacteria that might interfere with healthy voluptuous hair.

Ingredients:

1 tsp salt

1 egg white

1 lemon squeezed

Directions:

The first step is to use a whip to beat egg whites after separation from the yolk. Then add the remaining ingredients and lather over damp hair. The salt will help stabilize the egg white and the lemon will give the solution an acidic ability to clean the scalp. Afterward, wash hair and use your favorite conditioner for further moisturizing.

  1. Banana and Honey:

Many at home hair remedies only require a little of your time and are extremely easy to make. Hard to manage hair will profit greatly from the nutritional values offered in this easy to mix solution. It is filled with potassium and helps control the elasticity of your locks.

Ingredients:

1 banana

2 tsp honey

Direction:

Mash bananas in a bowl and add honey. A blender is a nice way to whip up the mixture but it is not mandatory. If you have ever wrestled with dandruff, you will find bananas a great scalp moisturizer.

5 Avocado Deep Conditioner for Dry Hair:

Choose this hair-friendly solution to use as your deep conditioning moisturizer. Avocados are known for their high nutritional value and are not only great for adding in your diet, but also great for nourishing and enriching the hair. They can also serve as facials while doing double-duty on the hair. The hair level of absorbance closely relates to that of the skin: the hair will soak up exactly the same nutrients as the skin.

Ingredients:

2 tsp pure honey (organic)

1 ripe mashed avocado

1 tsp olive oil

Directions:

Scoop avocado into blender or other container, and then add honey and olive oil and mix. Spread the solution over damp hair and let it sit. Let the conditioner sit for about an hour. Afterwards, rinse your hair with tepid water, and then wash and condition with your favorite shampoo and conditioner.

Conclusion

You want your hair to look good so shop for the things that make your hair healthy. The type of hair you have will determine the conditioners used. There are over the counter products that will assist in conditioning the hair but doing it at home with products easily obtained from your kitchen cabinet makes it especially easy to condition your hair at home.

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