Arizona’s dry heat is no friend to the health of our hair. Not to mention, the idea of continuously spending time and money at the hair salon for chemically made conditioning masks isn’t ultra appealing either. Luckily, there are a few at home remedies that can help with naturally conditioning dry hair.
What doesn’t coconut oil help with? From being a healthier oil to cook with to an excellent skin moisturizer, coconut oil does it all! In addition to all of its other miracle purposes, it’s even used to help strengthen and condition hair. Apply the oil in its liquid form to damp hair, and leave in for approximately an hour. Wash the oil out while still in the shower, and appreciate your healthy, renewed locks once dried.
Egg Yolk and Avocado
Both eggs and avocado are considered to be superfoods. However, not only are they filled with a multitude of health benefits, they are also great for moisturizing hair. All you’ll need is half of an avocado and two egg yolks. Mix the two ingredients together well and then apply to wet or damp hair. Let it sit for about 20 minutes, and then wash out for silky smooth results.
Yogurt, Honey and Olive Oil
Honey in your hair? Who would have thought! Mix one-teaspoon olive oil with one-tablespoon honey and a fourth of a cup of plain yogurt until all of the ingredients are blended together well. Apply the mixture to damp hair, and leave it in for about 15 minutes before you wash it out completely.
Banana and Almond Oil
These two ingredients are the couple of the year for your hair. Mash up half of a banana and mix with one teaspoon almond oil. Apply this mixture to the bottom half of your damp hair, and let sit for about half an hour, then wash. The proteins and thickness of the banana will help to protect your hair, while the oil works to add moisture and soften your mane, rendering it far healthier than before.