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Baby Banana

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The recipe:

• Organic banana flavored baby food • Extra-virgin olive oil • Honey

Banana is another great kitchen item that can help give you that soft hair you have been wanting. The key to this recipe is getting banana baby food instead of using an actual banana. When using a whole banana, if you do not blend it well enough or strain it, it can leave pieces of banana throughout your hair. You would then have to shampoo and condition your hair several times to get them out and that would defeat the purpose! When you use the baby food it’s already strained and liquefied so it can mix easily as well as still provide you with a great conditioner. Not to mention you have the great scent of banana and honey to accompany you throughout your day!

For a Baby Banana replacement: MYHoneyChild Banana Crème Conditioner or Curl Junkie Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix Moisturizing Conditioner.

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Great post, very informative. I've been using Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil System to tackle breakages and split ends and so far it has worked really well to protect and repair my hair. I recommend it!
Careful with honey... I've read where it becomes peroxide-like. Some people actually use it to lighten their hair color! http://www.longhaircommunity.com/forums/showthread.php?t=148
I tried this deep conditioner this afternoon and I definitely see the shine in my hair. Only problem was that my hair was tangled up from this treament.
i would use them but my friend is allergic to honey and i don't really want to accidentally make her break out in hives... :/ .... agian
I read about the aloe vera and knew I had some so I decided to try it. Mine isn't organic or anything and although it says pure 100 percent aloe vera there are a few other ingredients in it that I wasn't sure about so I tried it cautiously by using just a drop on my fingertips with a teeny bit of water to dilute it and put it though a dry curl on top and it worked great. It smoothed out the bit of friz and took away the parched look my 3b curls often have. Then I added some to my spray water bottle and used it as a spritz. I love it and will contine to do this. I also tried the extra virgin olive oil on the bottom of my ends at the nape of my neck and it worked very well also.
I've been using avocado for quite some time and it has worked wonders on my hair. I've never added honey, though, I'll try it next time I dc.
I put this exact recipe on my hair with no noticeable benefit! The only thing that my hair responds to is serious hot oil.
I dont think there are amounts on the recipes because it'll vary from person to person. Like I whould only have to use 1 tbsp of oil while my frenid whould have to use a 1/4 of a cup. and the genral rule for d.i.y. hairmasks once it's smooth put it on.
Wow.. There isn't a recipe really on some of them. I'm just going to throw stuff together with the thing on top with the most and go from there
So how are we supposed to make these deep conditioners? Just mash them all together and stir? There are no steps here...

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