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Now You Can Make Your Homemade Conditioner That Works

How about saving a lot of money by making your own homemade conditioner at the comfort of your own home? Do you want to avoid packing into your hair some dangerous, carcinogenic ingredients that also breaks your hair? Then this homemade hair conditioner may just be what you’ve been looking for.

This homemade conditioner contains all the oils, ingredients, and nutrients that you need to add life to your hair, increase hair volume, and reduce hair breakage. Just stick to the recipe, and you’ll be able to achieve your desired hair length.

Homemade Conditioner Equipment

  • Hand mixer
  • Bowls (2 to 3)
  • Opaque conditioner storage bottle
  • Measuring spoons
  • 2 Double Boilers (that’s a pot of water on a source of heat like gas, electric cooker, etc)
  • Kitchen thermometer

Homemade Conditioner Ingredients

A

B

Homemade Hair Conditioner Procedures

  • Ensure you sterilize your utensils in chlorine water or with ethanol
  • In a bowl, add A ingredients (your castor oil, e-wax, stearic acid, and cetyl alcohol). Place it on a double boiler
  • In another bowl, combine your B ingredients (distilled water, xanthan gum, and honey). Place the bowl in the second double boiler
  • Heat A and B to 70 degrees Celsius or till the wax melt
  • Add B to A and mix very well with your hand mixer
  • Using your thermometer, ensure that the temperature drops to 45 degree Celsius or slightly below
  • Add phenoxyethanol and your essential oils, and give it a final stir
  • Transfer your Homemade Conditioner into your storage conditioner bottle

Homemade Hair Conditioner Application

  • After washing your hair with your sulfate free shampoo, apply your homemade conditioner to your hair – from your hair root to the end
  • Leave on for up to 5 minutes
  • Rinse off with a tepid water

Please Note

  • Make sure you clean all your equipment in chlorine water or with alcohol (ethanol)
  • Make a smaller batch to avoid the conditioner from going rancid
  • Store unused conditioner in your refrigerator
  • You may replace castor oil with sweet almond oil, organic coconut oil, or any other natural oils

That’s it on Homemade Conditioner. I hope you find this DIY really helpful. If you have any question, please drop them below. Thanks so much for reading.

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