Beauty Beauty Rituals & Grooming Natural Hair

Kimberly’s D-I-Y Conditioner Recipe for Winter Hair

My conditioner for winter hair helps to create beautiful, healthy locks during the cold season.

Your hair may lose a lot of moisture due to the cold elements of the season. This worsens if you decide to use indoor heat to stay warm at home. You can also use my D-I-Y Hair Moisturizing Serum for winter hair.

Kimberly’s D-I-Y Conditioner Recipe for Winter Hair

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When the cold winter air strips the moisture from your hair, hair becomes brittle. And if you wear hats or beanies, the static and frizz can be just as damaging as well.

You can lose a lot of hair if you don’t have a proper haircare routine. Consider my D-I-Y conditioner will help protect your winter hair.



  1. Blend the avocado butter, castor oil, and sweet almond oil in a small bowl.
  2. Add the essential oil and mix again.
  3. Pour the mixture into a jar.
  4. Use as necessary to protect and condition your hair (especially your ends) during the winter months!

Castor oil also promotes hair growth when you massage it into the scalp.


When it is absorbed by the hair shaft, it will restore its healthy look and your locks will become thicker. It will increase circulation to the scalp. In addition, castor oil will combat the frizz and static in your hair, making it a perfect ingredient for the conditioner!

Sweet almond oil will lock in the moisture in your hair.

It will promote hair strength. Sweet almond oil can also restore the shine that your locks have lost and it will help control hair loss.

Avocado butter is also known to nourish dry and damaged hair.

It is just one of many ingredients in this conditioner that will give you healthy and luscious locks this winter.

You can learn more about healthy natural hair care, by checking out  Kimberly’s eBook, Curly Halo.

Also, you can enhance your hair care routine by using my new Kimberly Elise Naturals Alchemy 27 hair serum. You can find it here.


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  • Reply
    July 13, 2017 at 10:27 am

    I can’t find almond butter here. Is there a substitute untiI order it?

  • Reply
    Kimberly Elise
    January 6, 2017 at 11:45 am

    Hi Ester, you can rinse it out if you want or you not.

    Visit the FAQ page for more information about how to use:

  • Reply
    January 3, 2017 at 7:46 pm

    Do you rinse it out?

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