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Submitted 08/26/2011 by

Category: Deep Conditioner

Product Rating: 5.00 Spoons (Rated 5/5 based on 3 reviews) Login to add your review

This always gives my hair a healthy looking shine and adds moisture.


  • 1. 1 cup mayonnaise (room temperature if possible, like from a jar of brand new mayo just off the grocery store shelf)
  • 2 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 3. 3 egg yolks


1Blend all ingredients together in a bowl.
2 * If possible use room temperature mayo - if not, let mixture warm up to room temperature*. **If you are in a rush and just can't wait - microwave the mayo for 15 seconds - but be careful - if you nuke it too long it begins to separate**.
3 Apply thoroughly through your hair adding extra at the ends.
4Pile on top of your head and cover with a plastic shower cap and then cover with a towel to keep in the heat from your head.
5 Leave on for at least 10-20 minutes and then rinse out.
6 Should make 1 to 2 hair treatments depending on the length of your hair.
7 If you don't want to save the left over for another treatment use whatever is left over as a moisturizing face mask. Also can be used on dry elbow and knees (for best results, this should be used immediately after making and not saved. It will still work, but won't be as effective as when it's fresh).
8 DO NOT shampoo afterwards, just rinse it really well. Do this on a day when you are not going to go out. Any oil that clings to your hair after you rinse it out, will continue to condition your hair until the next time you shampoo it out.

Rating: Recipe Rating: 5 Spoons

Works well. I loved it!

Rating: Recipe Rating: 5 Spoons


Rating: Recipe Rating: 5 Spoons

hi How often to deep conditioner ??

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