Natural moisturizers for black hair can benefit hair more than store bought conditioners. Some women have a hard time finding a conditioner that works for them. Several of them have many chemicals in them that can actually have a reverse affect to your hair. This article will explain how you can make moisturizers at home, which work for any type of hair!
All of these recipes can be used by anyone, on any type of hair. The reason for this is the ingredients that are used. Things such as olive oil and avocado, they trap moisture and lock it into the hair. This allows the hair to receive the moisture that it needs, all day long.
Every time you buy conditioner, you could be buying something that you already have at home. You may not realize it but all of your moisturizing needs lie in your kitchen, waiting to be discovered. Let us begin discovering them now.
Eggs: Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to crack an egg on your head? Well you are about to find out! Beat one tablespoon of water into the egg mixture and blend thoroughly. Wet your hair with warm water and towel dry excess moisture from your hair. Apply the egg mixture to your entire scalp and massage the froth gently into your head. Rinse your hair with cool water, making sure to continue rinsing until all of the egg is washed away.
Egg and Avocado: Separate the egg white from the egg yolk, combine the egg yolk with a mashed avocado. Apply to your hair for fifteen minutes and then wash hair as normal. If you do not want to waste the egg white, you can apply it to your face as a moisturizing mask.
Mayonnaise: Measure out one half of a cup of mayonnaise. Apply and work the mayonnaise into damp hair. When you have applied to your hair, cover with a shower cap for twenty minutes. Rinse the mayonnaise out before shampooing as normal. You can also heat the mayonnaise if preferred.
Goulash: Everyone loves a good fruit salad now and again, even your hair! You will need: one over-ripe mashed banana, one rotten mushy avocado, half a cup of mayonnaise, one teaspoon of olive oil, one egg and a handful of oatmeal. Mix together all of the ingredients, in any order are fine. Apply this goulash mess to damp hair and allow it to sit for fifteen minutes. You will need to rinse very thoroughly before shampooing.