Do-it-yourself conditioners for all hair types

applying conditionerrinsing hairHere are some easy do-it-yourself recipes to make your own hair conditioners. These are suitable for hair types and you can get equally superb results as you would by using well-known, expensive hair conditioners.

Sunflower oil hair conditioner


Wheat germ oil 5 tbsp
Sunflower oil 5 tbsp


Mix the two oils and warm the mixture. Massage it on the head and wash off with lukewarm water to which 1 tbsp of lemon juice has been added.

Cider vinegar hair conditioner


½ cup cider vinegar
2 pints of water


Mix all the ingredients together and leave on hair for 2 minutes. Rinse off. It gives your hair plenty of bounce and sparkle.

Avocado hair conditioner


Avocado paste ½ cup
Olive oil - tbsp
Egg yolk- 1 egg


Beat the egg and mix avocado paste, add olive oil and blend well to get a smooth consistency. Apply this for 30 minutes on your hair and then wash off with lukewarm water. This paste performs the twin tasks of a rejuvenating hair pack as well as a conditioner.

You might also check these recipes for conditioners meant for dry hair.

To know more about conditioning and tips for conditioning read these posts:

Tips for conditioning your hair
Conditioning your hair
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  1. Anonymous11:20 AM

    I have to tell you that the conditioner works magic on hair, it truly gives it the extra shine and the healthy feel that we all would love to have.


  2. Anonymous11:24 AM

    Very cute, indeed!

  3. Anonymous6:08 PM

    Those are great home remedies! I have never tried homemade conditioners for my hair! Probably should!

  4. Anusha11:56 AM

    Avocado-- Rich in vitamins A, D, E, potassium, sulfur and chlorine, this fruit is used in facial and hair packs and is deep penetrating.

  5. Amaresh11:58 AM

    Heat up one half cup of mayonnaise and apply to dry unwashed hair. Cover with plastic bag and wait for 15 minutes. Rinse and shampoo thoroughly.


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