Banana, Avocado And Coconut Milk Conditioner For Dry, Damaged Hair

Do you know that Indonesian women use Coconut Milk as a natural hair conditioner? This Homemade Nourishing Tropical Hair Conditioner is a very effective treatment for dry, damaged and brittle hair.

How to make it?

Take one ripe Avocado
One Ripe Banana
One Cup Coconut Milk

Mash Avocado and Banana and slowly pour in Coconut Milk until you get the right consistency.(It should be thick like conditioner)

Now apply liberally on hair and rinse off after 15 minutes. This deep conditioner repairs dry, brittle and damaged hair, makes hair really soft and gives shine .

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Comments

  1. 1
    LeAnne@Hairs My Story Team says:

    This is very true. I love to add coconut to my conditioner. also a conditioner that has all of this in it is MOP Extreme Moisture. But, when I do mix my own, I use a Queen Helene cholesterol as my base. Never tried it straight up like that.
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  2. 2

    hey there! i was wondering – how do you do it such that you don’t have bits stuck in your hair later? i spent ages trying to comb out the stuff after applying!

  3. 3

    Banana and Avocado should be really ripe and it should be a smooth paste(without any lumps). You can mix it with the help of a hand blender if you don’t get the right consistency. If the mixing is correct there shouldn’t be any problem.

  4. 4
    colioliolio says:

    do you apply to wet hair or dry hair? I have never made my own conditioner before however all my friends tell me its amazing and actually mkes your hair soft and it feels a lot healthier even after just one use.

  5. 5

    You can use it on dry as well as damp hair(after shampooing).

  6. 6

    Would this conditioner be ideal for someone who is trying to grow longer hair?

  7. 7

    You can try this recipe for longer hair- http://holisticsaffron.com/2008/04/hibiscus-hair-mask-for-beautiful-hair.html

    Rosemary essential oil mixed with coconut oil also helps in hair growth.

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