Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dry Scalp and Hair

October 24, 2010 by Karen O.  
Published in Hair

Looking for a good conditioner for dry scalp and hair? Why not make your own, using items you have around the house.

There are so many hair products available on the market. And often, media want us to believe that the more expensive the price tag on the bottle, the better results are going to be. Truth to tell, we are not really sure about the content of these products. There may be harmful chemicals mixed in these products that can cause serious health problems in the future. Let me share with you a recipe for Banana-Rose Conditioner for dry scalp and hair.

You will need:

1 cup water

½ cup milk

1 cup dried rose petals

2 bananas

2 tablespoons honey

2 tablespoons almond oil

Directions:

Peel the bananas and use a fork to mash them in a mixing bowl. You should get a lumpy consistency. Mix in the water, milk, honey, almond oil and rose petals. Use a mixer to ensure smooth texture. You should end up with a slick mixture. You can use only a small amount whenever you wash your hair.

Bananas contain potassium and are great for your hair and scalp. They improve manageability and shine while moisturizing your skin and helping to prevent and control dandruff. Rose petals will leave your hair sweet smelling. The honey is full of vitamins A, B and C. The almond is a great lubricant, making the conditioner feel so good on the hair while smelling so pleasant and sweet.

This is a very good beauty recipe to try since the ingredients are all affordable and easily available. The best thing about it also is that there are no harmful chemicals, just natural, organic components. Go ahead and try it out!

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7 Responses to “Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dry Scalp and Hair”
  1. cjnuble Says:

    well-written. great info!

  2. lapasan Says:

    Good information.

  3. Eunice Tan Says:

    Wonderful share. Thank you.

  4. Linvio Says:

    very Pinoy… good job!

  5. Nhil Ocampo Says:

    Hi Karen,

    I would love to do this as well, simple ingredients and easily accessible ones to make a natural hair conditioner. :)

    Thanks for sharing. :)

  6. Cienna Says:

    In this tough economic times one can think of a million ways to save. This is also very natural perfect for preggy moms. Thanks Karen!

  7. Raine Says:

    How long can you store it and should it be kept in the fridge?


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