If you decide to try this honey natural hair conditioner, make sure you buy organic honey. I have tried the recipe with store brands and it works all right, but there is a difference when I use organic honey. The hair seems to react to it better by becoming very soft, shiny, and manageable.
So, how is this recipe different from other homemade hair conditioner recipes found on this site? Well, this one contains honey. Other recipes are great of course, but honey hair recipes can be modified so they can be used whether you have oily or dry or normal hair.
Here is what you'll need to make Honey Natural Hair Conditioner:
1/2 cup of honey and
2 tablespoons of olive oil (if you have normal hair) or 1/4 cup if your hair is dry and damaged.
To prepare it:
Mix the two ingredients and apply on hair making sure the scalp is well covered. For even better results, gently massage the scalp. Cover the hair with a shower cap and forget about it for 30 minutes or so. Wash the hair with a shampoo and rinse well. Dry off as you normally would.
Note: Both honey and olive oil do wonders without a problem but I found that this recipe works even better if I take a shower while the conditioner is working or if I heat up the olive oil before mixing it with honey. The heat helps the nutrients penetrate the scalp better.
Honey is an antiseptic and is known to clean the scalp and hair well while olive oil adds the much needed moisture to dried out hair and just a little bit of moisture boost to normal hair.
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