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Vitamin Rich DIY Banana Hair Mask

Bananas are not only delicious, they are also rich with nutrients.

Bananas are filled with potassium and vitamins A, C, and E. All of these nutrients are the perfect candidates for hair growth. Instead of purchasing a conditioner, you can make a restorative hair mask with 4 simple household ingredients.

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After you’ve blended all of the ingredients allow the mask to sit in your hair for 15 to 20 minutes and wash it out with warm water. It will leave your hair feeling soft and rejuvenated. Interested in writing for KimberlyElise.com? Submit your natural health story today!


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5 comments

  1. Hi Kimberly,
    I reside in Montreal…..but was born in British Guiana which is now called Guyana.
    Since childhood I am using lemons to clean my entire body/face and drink the juice too.
    That’s one of my biggest beauty secret. Everything works with time.

  2. Shelly says:

    I love banana hair masks. I usually use olive oil instead of coconut oil. I have never added coconut water though. I think I’ll give this recipe a try the next time I do one. For a quick chuckle: Once I used a banana that wasn’t quite ripe enough and was picking banana from my hair for hours, lol. Have a fabulous day!!!

    Shelly

  3. patience says:

    I love love love this deep conditioner I have been using it for months and I have notice some difference in my hair my dc consists of two bananas,castor oil,avocado oil olive oil mayo honey and sometimes yogurt after this treatment and even when am applying it my curls are popping !!!! I keep it overnight and I love ❤ it it does wonders’ for my hair

  4. Martha Morales says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. I decided to follow you and read all your posts. I have a 23 year old that has autism, but lately I’m finding out that it is more then autism. I haven’t found the energy, motivation and the time to get myself back into where I should and want to be. I’ve gain weight, lost it, then gain it again, yet became codependent on food, specially sweets. I believe I’m hiding much much pain because of my son. We are also survivors of domestic violence. I pray that you continue to allow people to share there stories, from DIY products, to great inspirational deep encouraging writings. I believe many are reading and even if it’s only one person that gets some type of motivation, encouragement and make new great changes in there own pace and timing, then that’s all that matters. God bless you in all you do.

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