Beauty Natural Hair

Easy Avocado-Coconut Deep Conditioner For Stronger Hair

This Avocado Coconut Deep Conditioner Recipe is a natural way to deeply moisturize and repair your hair.

Avocado Coconut Deep Conditioner

For Dry or Damaged Hair

Ingredients

  • 1 Very Ripe Banana – Minimizes breakage and facilities in repairing damaged hair.
  • 1 Avocado –  Extra moisturizer for dry and damaged hair.
  • 2 tablespoons Coconut milk – Conditions, fortifying your hair with protein and boost volume.
  • 2 tablespoons Honey – Helps hydrate your hair and lock in moisture.
  • 2 tablespoon of Coconut oil – Moisturizes your hair, encourages growth and adds shine.
  • Few drops of Essential oil (optional) – Smells good!






 

Instructions

Apply conditioner to your hair before washing to allow coconut oil to seep into the hair shaft. Apply for 35 – 40 minutes. Wash thoroughly. Have you ever tried a Do It Yourself recipe? If you use organic ingredients, you will not expose your body to harsh chemicals that damage your hair over timer. Best of all, most of these ingredients are already in your pantry.

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This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Be careful if you are taking other medication. Please be advised: you should always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet!!






 

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5 comments

  1. Sharon Carter says:

    I am going natural and my hair is thin I want my hair to grow and get thicker. Please help let me know what to do I am loving the natural look. I have always had problem with my skin. I hate brake out in my face and if there anything that i can use please let me know. Thank you.

  2. kl b says:

    Natural since 2004 and have tried NUMEROUS products both natural and commercial. DRY, Tightly coiled with straight ends sporadically and worst of all low porosity. This combo sounds wonderful and I will try it. Ths mms for sharing.

  3. Mrs. Dimplez says:

    My daughter and i are going natural i chop my off, but my hair is really hard dry, course. As for my daughter, she’s eleven i didnt cut hers… she didnt want me too, she still has the prem in her hair only the ends but her roots are natural. What can i do for her and i??? No more PREMS.
    Pls help me. Thanks a million
    xoxxo
    Dimplez

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