These homemade hair treatments come straight
from the kitchens of our dedicated curly readers.
This treatment works on all hair/scalp types.
This easy to make homemade deep conditioner hydrates curls.
recommend this dense, hot oil treatment to add shine, strengthen and, if used regularly, lengthen the hair. It has a minty, floral scent provided by the essential oils, which also help condition hair and scalp. Recommended for dry, damaged, color-treated or chemically treated hair.
Avocado Conditioner is designed to be made and used immediately. Discard leftovers, use as a facial or share it with someone else to use.
This involves no other ingredient other than coconut milk coming into contact with your hair.
do this very frequently, about every other week to ensure that I do not have hair protein overload. I mix coconut milk with my moisturizing deep conditioners (not protein conditioners because coconut milk is a protein remember!!). The conditioners that I have had great success with coconut milk are Lustrasilk Sheabutter Cholesterol (in the bottle) and Proclaim Aloe&Shea all of which you can find...
Papaya is rich in vitamins, minerals and enzymes that help nourish hair, remove unwanted residues, and add shine and softness. Here’s how to get healthy hair with a raw papaya hair treatment.
Protein-rich deep conditioner that's easy to make
I was looking for a recipe that uses persimmons, and I found this one. Persimmons are also rich in sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and manganese.