5 Options of Natural Conditioner for Your Hair

November 11, 2014
5 options of natural conditioner for your hair. Finally you'll know how to get rid of chemical products that the market wants to make you think you need!

This article provides 5 options of natural conditioner for your hair. Finally, you’ll know how to get rid of chemical products that the market wants to make you think you need! Which, in addition to being unnecessary, are harmful to your health.

Our scalp absorbs the ingredients contained in shampoos, conditioners, dyes, etc and the packagings. This has a surprisingly negative effect on our health. For instance, especially the use of hair dyes can cause allergies or even death in extreme cases. Therefore, if you really want to use a hair dye, try first to get an allergy test done before using it.

Therefore, it’s always better to have a bit of patience and make sure the product won’t have any negative side effects.

What’s a hair conditioner?

It’s a product used after shampooing to moisturize and soften your hair, in order to style and handle it more easily. Thus, it goes hand in hand with shampoo.

For this reason, we’ve made a list of 5 products that you can use as a natural conditioner for your hair. More importantly, you can make them in the comfort of your home!

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5 Options of Natural Conditioner for Your Hair

Conditioner #1

The main ingredient in this natural conditioner is honey.

Honey as a natural hair conditioner

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons of natural honey
  • 1 tablespoon of buttermilk
  • 1 tablespoon of unwhitened natural flour

Instructions

  • Firstly, put the tablespoon of olive oil in a jar.
  • Add the two tablespoons of honey and the tablespoon of buttermilk.
  • Then, heat the mixture for 30 to 60 seconds in the microwave.
  • Add the tablespoon of flour to the mixture to make it into a paste.
  • Apply the paste to your hair when it’s cooled to room temperature and leave it on for 20 minutes.
  • Finally, rinse as you would normally.

Conditioner #2

The main ingredient in this natural conditioner is mint.

Mint as a natural hair conditioner

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of water
  • 2 tea bags

Instructions

  • Firstly, boil two cups of water with two mint tea bags.
  • Then, let it cool while you’re washing your hair with shampoo.
  • Finally, apply it on wet hair.

You’ll feel refreshed and your hair will feel healthier.

Conditioner #3

This is a nourishing natural conditioner, which the main ingredient is eggs.

Egg as a natural hair conditioner

Use this conditioner if your hair is brittle or dry. Don’t use it if your hair tends to be oily. 

Ingredients

  • 1 egg yolk
  • Baby oil
  • Half a cup of water

Instructions

  • Firstly, beat the egg yolk until it froths.
  • Secondly, pour slowly the baby oil and keep beating.
  • Thirdly, little by little add the water while you continue to beat the mixture.
  • Once it’s well mixed together, gently massage it into your hair so that it really gets into your hair follicles.
  • Finally, rinse your hair with warm water.

Conditioner #4

This natural conditioner for your hair is based on yogurt, honey, and egg yolk.

Natural hair conditioner with yogurt

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1 egg yolk

Instructions

  • Firstly, mix the cup of yogurt with the two tablespoons of honey and the egg yolk.
  • Then, once the mixture is uniform, apply to your hair.
  • Finally, rinse your hair normally.

Conditioner #5

The main ingredient in this conditioner is apple vinegar.

Apple vinegar as natural hair conditioner

This natural conditioner for your hair is pretty simple. Mix a cup of apple vinegar with a cup of water. Next, apply the mixture to your hair and then rinse as usual.

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Please keep in mind

Conditioners should be applied only to your hair, not your scalp. Especially if they’re oil-based mixtures.

Your hair needs to get used to using natural products. When you decide to start using them continuously, you might see some side effects. For instance, it’s likely that you get some dandruff or oily hair at the beginning of the transition towards the use of natural products.

Nonetheless, this will be just part of the detox process, since your hair has been used to the reaction of chemical products for years. More importantly, you can be sure that your hair will be much healthier and stronger. Definitely, it will be in the best condition it has ever been.

Remember: going natural requires patience and consistency for you to be able to really see the results effectively and over a sustained period of time.