13 Delightfully Wonderful Homemade Hair Conditioners You Must Try ...


13 Delightfully  Wonderful Homemade Hair Conditioners You Must Try ...
13 Delightfully  Wonderful Homemade Hair Conditioners You Must Try ...

I didn't ever think that I could make home hair conditioner, but really, it's easy! There are also so many different homemade hair conditioners to try, it really makes it hard to choose! If you are looking to be a little more green and also create some homemade hair conditioners to try, why not take a look at my top 13 that I've tried and that I know work? I promise, they will make your hair shiny, beautiful, and silky soft! Plus, you'll save a pretty penny!

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Mayo, Egg Whites & Yogurt

food,breakfast,meal,dairy product,coconut, I know that this homemade hair conditioner sounds disgusting, but it does really work! It's also going to make your hair look beautiful from the inside out! You can swap out plain yogurt for vanilla to make it smell better and also make sure that you rinse this hair conditioner out in warm water, not hot!


1/2 cup plain yogurt
1/2 cup mayonnaise
egg whites from 1 egg

Seriously, that’s it!


Whip all that deep conditioning goodness around in a bowl, and you’re ready to rock. Lather it onto your hair, focusing on the ends where you’ll likely have the most damage, and make sure to really coat all the strands of hair.

Slap on a shower cap, and turn on your favorite episode of Dancing with the Stars while you wait for the conditioner to work its magic. It needs to sit on your head for about 30 minutes.

Another note: it will drip, which is totally nasty {but worth it in the end!}, so I recommend doing one of two things: tucking tissue or cotton balls around the edges of the shower cap, just like in the good old days of the home perm, or wrapping your head in a wet towel. Your choice.

When you’re all done waiting patiently to see your beautiful conditioned tresses, it’s time to rinse. Rinse really, really, really, REALLY well using LUKEWARM water. Hot water + egg whites = breakfast.

After you rinse you can opt to shampoo your hair, or wait and let the conditioner keep working its glorious magic. It’s your choice, your foxy hair.




food,dish,hand,flavor,dessert, The next homemade hair conditioner that we're going to talk about is honey hair conditioner! This one smells so much better than the one above and it's as effective! Just keep in mind some of the ingredients and how much you use, especially if you have naturally oily hair.


1/2 cup Savannah Bee Company honey (you may substitute any local or organic honey)

4 tablespoons light olive oil (depending on hair type, use lesser amount for oily hair)


In a small bowl, mix together Savannah Bee Company honey and olive oil until full integrated. Pour mixture through a funnel into a plastic bottle with a squeeze top lid.

When ready to use, gently shake mixture and massage into your hair until evenly covered. Cover your head with a shower cap and allow the conditioner to stay on your hair for at least 30 minutes and up to an hour. Shampoo and rinse your hair thoroughly.



Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil,food,lighting,produce,candle, Coconut oil is one of the few oils that can make your hair not only smell awesome, but also that will make your hair shiny and so, so soft. This coconut oil conditioner is designed specifically for oily hair. It'll get rid of the excess oil and truly leave your hair feeling so light and natural!


1 cup water
1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon of coconut oil (find it in the baking section of a grocery store, health food store, candle store)

A whisk and a bowl

Start by whisking the egg yolk until it becomes frothy, add the coconut oil, and whisk it a little more.

Add the water and then stir it until it becomes smooth. Apply the mix to your hair and scalp, massage it thoroughly then let it rest for 2-5 minutes.

Rinse your hair with clean cool water. Voila! The bonus is great smelling tropical coconut loveliness in your hair.




food,produce,plant,dish,land plant, The next homemade hair conditioner that we're going to explore is the avocado hair conditioner! Avocados actually are rich in good fats, which means that you'll have hair that is super shiny, super manageable and totally light and airy! Give this homemade hair conditioner a try ladies, I know you'll love it!

Here’s what you need:

one avocado
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons heavy cream


Mix all that up, comb it through your gorgeous hair and cover with a shower cap. Now turn on your DVR and catch up on Oprah for about 20 minutes while it penetrates deep into your hair follicles. Once you’re well versed in whatever Tom Cruise scandal is brewing, rinse the conditioner out with tepid water. Shampoo {you don’t want to smell like avocado forever}, rinse, and you’re all set.



Coconut Milk

food,coconut,breakfast,dairy product,meal, Remember coconut oil? Well, this is actually a coconut milk conditioner! All you need is avocados, coconut oil and coconut milk. That's it ladies! Just mix all of the ingredients on up and leave on for about 10 – 15 minutes for really deep conditioning!


1 avocado
1 cup of coconut milk
2 tablespoons of coconut oil


Peel, pit, and mash your avocado. Add the coconut milk and coconut oil and mix until smooth. Work this conditioner through your hair (you can let it hang out for 10-15 minutes for deeper conditioning). Rinse and then shampoo. If you've never tried conditioning before shampooing, you're in for a treat!


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Shea Butter

food,dish,coconut,dessert,produce, Shea butter is one of the few ingredients that will make your split ends go away, that will really make your hair feel thick and beautiful. I love this homemade hair conditioner! It's a little on the heavy side, so you won't have to use much!


1 1/3 cups of Shea Butter
½ cup olive oil
1 teaspoon vitamin E oil
½ ounce fragrance oil (e.g. lavender oil, or rosemary oil)


Heat Shea Butter slowly in a medium saucepan until it has turned into liquid form
Add in the olive oil
Allow mixture to cool for 30-40 minutes. Do not allow it to set completely
Add in the Vitamin E and the Fragrance Oil
Whip mixture until you achieve a light mousse like consistency
Spoon mixture into an airtight container




food,plant,produce,banana family,banana, If you're looking for a super quick and easy homemade hair conditioner, this one is it! You basically take a few really ripe bananas, puree them and put them on! This recipes works too, my hair feels awesome!


2 or 3 ripe bananas


Puree the banana completely. This is important.
Pour the banana mixture into a glass or bowl.
With your hands, massage the banana puree into your hair.
Relax and wait 15 minutes.
Rinse and shampoo your hair.



Apple Cider Vinegar

food,produce,canning,distilled beverage,drinkware, I'm pretty sure everyone who uses apple cider vinegar has a love-hate relationship with it! My sister and I used to take "shots" of apple cider vinegar to get a boost of nutrients, but that was too nasty! However, I'm not opposed to using it in my hair! Apply cider vinegar, or ACV, will condition your hair, balance pH levels, and smooth your hair cuticles.

1 tablespoon ACV
1 cup Water

Combine in a spray bottle. Spray mixture into your hair and massage it into your scalp for one to two minutes. Then rinse.



Olive Oil

drink,distilled beverage,glass,flavor, For softer, sleeker hair, you've got to use olive oil! It will lock in moisture as well as provide your hair with much-needed nutrients! Plus, since one of the ingredients is store-bought conditioner, it's so simple!

1/2 cup of regular conditioner
1/4 cup olive oil

Combine both ingredients in a bowl. Apply to your hair in sections. Leave in for at least 15 minutes, detangle, and rinse.




food,close up,product,egg,petal, Ew, right? Eggs in your hair? But this is a long-practiced way of deeply conditioning your hair to make it shiny and healthy! Note that eggs do have a distinct smell, though! So after you condition, make sure you wash your hair again with a pleasant-smelling shampoo!

1 egg
1 teaspoon honey
1 tablespoon olive oil

Apply mixture of above egg, honey, and olive oil. Let sit a few minutes before washing your hair thoroughly.



Aloe Vera

green,drink,hand, Aloe vera isn't just for sunburns! Like many other ingredients on this list, it has multiple uses, including one for conditioning hair!

Aloe vera gel

Mix equal parts aloe vera and honey, then massage into your hair. Allow the mixture to sit for five to ten minutes. Rinse hair thoroughly.



White Vinegar

blue,bottle,drinkware,glass bottle,lighting, Make sure you use white vinegar very sparingly! It smells so strong, you definitely don't want to put more than a few drops in your hair at a time! But it's totally worth a slight odor in exchange for shiny, gorgeous hair.

A few drops of vinegar
Tons of water

FIll a small bucket about a quarter of the way full with water. Add a few drops of vinegar. Rinse your hair with this water.




Lakefront Fixed Gear,Fixed Gear American Red Ale,beer bottle,drink,alcoholic beverage, Believe it or not, beer can condition your hair very effectively! Like the vinegar conditioner though, you'll want to use a tiny amount of beer.

A few drops of beer
Tons of water

Fill a small jug/bucket with water, add a few drops of beer. Rinse your hair with this mixture to achieve soft, luscious locks.


So ladies, what homemade hair conditioners are you going to try now? I've tried all of these homemade hair conditioners and they all worked wonders on my hair!

This article was written in collaboration with editor Sabrina Yates.

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Hey I want some review about reverse hair wash treatment....has anyone tried it yet?

How often can you use these conditioners? My hair is super damaged from relaxing it and I'm trying to get it back to its natural healthy self so could I use it everyday or every other day?

Can i use peach yogurt for the first conditioner? Thats all i have!

Def trying these very soon ! Ahh! cant wait ..

So can we make bigger amounts of these and keep them in the fridge?

Should have puréed the bananas better, because after 3 consecutive washes, it is still in my hair. It's sticky and hard to get out..

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