Do you have a natural hair that you’ll like to maintain, soften, and nourish with the much-needed hair nutrients? This DIY Deep Conditioner for Natural Hair is what your natural hair needs.
The ingredients in this DIY is loaded with vitamins, minerals, amino acid, fats, lactic acid, and many more ingredients that will strengthen, condition, and help grow your hair while clearing off scalp debris and adding shine and luster to your hair.
Best of all, if you have dandruff on your scalp, this deep conditioner can help get rid of the whitish scale on your scalp caused by dandruff.
Are you ready? Let’s get started with the ingredients.
DIY Deep Conditioner for Natural Hair
- One Bowls
- A storage Container
- Heat Cap
- Measuring spoons
- 3 Tablespoons Yogurt
- ½ Tablespoon Argan Oil (or Olive Oil)
- ½ Tablespoon Castor Oil
- 1 Tablespoon Honey
- 1 Teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar
DIY Deep Conditioner for Natural Hair Procedure
- In your bowl, add your yogurt
- Add the rest of the ingredients and mix very well till the whole ingredients combine with your yogurt.
- Section your natural hair into four or six
- Taking each section, apply the deep conditioner for natural hair. Ensure the conditioner covers the whole section. You can use your fingers to distribute the conditioner to the entire hair – from the hair root to the tip.
- After you apply the deep conditioner to each section, twist or roll it before moving to the next section.
- After, wear your cap for 45 to 60 minutes
- Rinse afterwards with tepid water before styling
- Avoid overusing the apple cider vinegar so as not to increase the acidity of the mixture. The ideal pH of hair product is between 4.5 to 5.5.
- You may double the ingredients if you have a long hair
- Store unused deep conditioner for natural hair in your refrigerator
- Apply your conditioner once a week
- Vegan can replace Yogurt with Coconut Milk
That’s it on Deep conditioner for natural hair. I hope you find it helpful. Still have more questions? Please shoot me a message using the contact us form on your screen.