15. Try Ghee
Ghee is clarified butter, and I know it sounds a little gross to be putting butter on your hair, but ghee is rich in healthy, unrefined fats that greatly nourish your hair. You'll want to apply it directly on your ends and let it sit like a mask for a few hours. Be warned, people may mistake that you're cooking if you live with anyone, but you can assure them that it's just your beauty regimen! Ghee is also great to repair dry skin or eczema, and can even heal sunburns, by the way. You can find it online or in some supermarkets nationwide.
There are a lot of home hair treatments for split ends you can do, and they'll all keep your hair incredibly healthy. If you spend a lot of time coloring it or styling it with heat, this is a great way to make sure your hair stays in good shape, right from the comfort of your own home. Most of these home hair treatments for split ends work with any kind hair type, although if your hair is extremely thin, thick, oily, or dry, you can find something just right for that type. Tell me, do you know of any other home hair treatments for split ends that work?