Friday, March 4, 2011

Kids Corner – Make your Conditioner!

Natural Ingredients Hair Conditioner
By Ms. NB

One of my lovely daughters (age 12) has recently discovered a passion for trying out homemade conditioners, shampoos and even face mask!  This past weekend, she made her own conditioner, with a natural ingredient recipe that she found online.  She used if after shampooing her hair and loved it.  I asked if she wanted to share it on my blog and she said yes. 

Here is the recipe she tried:
1/4 cup water
1 egg
1/8 cup baby oil
1/8 cup extra virgin olive oil

"Mix these ingredients until smooth. It may be watery, but that is ok. After you shampoo your hair, rinse it out well. Then part your hair into 3 to 4 sections.  Work the condition mixture into each section by rubbing it in all the way."   Leave the conditioner in and style while wet or when dry.  I have not tried this recipe myself, but her hair was very soft after using the conditioner that she made using the ingredients above.  Here is what she had to say after using the conditioner. "Your hair will feel soft and will make people behind you want to touch your hair. It is especially good for ladies with curly or wavy hair.” –  Ms. NB


  1. Sounds like a yummy recipe! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love simple recipes with easily accessible ingredients and this one is appealing to me. Thanks for sharing!!! I'll be trying this. :)

  3. I tried this today as a deep condition treatment. I made one substitute. I used a tablespoon of raw shea butter melted down instead of the 1/8 cup of baby oil. Then I donned a plastic bag and covered it with a knit cap and left it on while I ran errands and did housework, about 4 hrs. It rinsed clean and my hair came out shiny and soft. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. wow! This the first time I have read your blog and I think it is fantastic! Your writing style is breath of fresh air! thanks for sharing Natural Ingredients Hair conditioner information.


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