Coconut Oil DIY Deep Hair Conditioner

Coconut Oil DIY Deep Hair Conditioner
Coconut Oil DIY Deep Hair Conditioner
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Just like we moisturize our skin, sometimes our dry hair needs some extra moisture, too. Pamper your hair with this Coconut Oil DIY Deep Hair Conditioner. Coconut oil can do wonders for dry, damaged hair, since the fatty acids can infuse moisture into your hair and strengthen it. This coconut oil deep conditioner packs a punch with just three ingredients. There’s no need to go out and purchase expensive deep conditioners when you can make this affordable hair conditioner recipe at home! You can even use this as a detangler spray if you dilute the conditioner with some water. How’s that for bang for your buck?

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


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So clever! I can't wait to try this

Best for those who want to grow their hair faster. Coconut oil will also make your hair thicker and stronger.

I always try to warm the coconut oil before i use it. Its great to know that i can use it when its solid. I love this two-in-one tutorial. the conditioner is amazing and the detangler am sure would be great for us curly haired girls.

I am so going to try this! I already use coconut oil straight from the jar at night, especially the night before I wash my hair. It does leave a residue on my pillowcase so I have to wash it more often other than that it does great. My ends are not split and my hair seems to healthier. My problem is it is falling out! My husband swears he does not know why I am not bald it falls out so bad, so I am hoping the will help keep it in my head longer.

This is so simple, and I never would have thought of it! This is a great way to save money, and I love that you can use essential oils in it to scent it however you want.

I already use the solid coconut oil and just rub it in the night before I wash my hair. Adding the essential oils would be wonderful though especially lavender as that is supposed to promote easier sleep. I have not heated it up in a shower cap (Ill have to pick up one of those) before so I am interest in seeing what the difference is. Tell me does it help keep your hair from falling out?

Coconut oil is the most ignored oil out there. It is so under rated. I have used it for so many things. I have extremely dry skin, especially in Winter time. The heels of my feet get cracked and ugly looking. I tried every foot cream out there. Then I started rubbing coconut oil in after my shower. Amazing what it did. And a side benefit is it smells great.

Can't wait to try this hair conditioner! I think the combination of lavender and peppermint essential oils sounds fabulous (all the essential oil suggestions are fabulous though)!


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