Sure, we know how to make Homemade Hair Conditioner at home. In an emergency, you can mix 32 ounces of water with 3/4 cup of lemon juice or vinegar. This homemade conditioner is an ascetic solution that will neutralize any unwanted consequences of an alkaline shampoo. However, as most shampoos today are not alkaline, you accomplish little except to close down the cuticle (outer) layer of your hair. This will make it easier to comb through, if nothing else. Furthermore, adding honey, mashed up fruit (banana, mango etc) or thinking that mayonnaise will help your hair is like going back 100 years in time.
Today, hair product manufacturers use micro nano-technology to go into the structure of a plant and take out the exact molecule you would want to put back in to help your hair. This process eliminates all the extra pulp (and other unnecessary material) that comes with mashing up fruit. Today, the size of the components in hair conditioner are so small that using honey or mayonnaise on your hair is like trying to throw a basketball through a screen that keeps out mosquitoes. The openings in your hair are too small for the honey or mayonnaise. Big molecules just can't get in to help your hair.
Home made hair conditioners work in one of three situations:
It is an emergency situation where you want to protect your hair as much as possible and anything is better than nothing; a homemade conditioner is ok to get you by - temporarily.
In a situation where all you want to do is close down the cuticle layer of your hair, vinegar or lemon juice combined with water, as shown above, will do the trick,
In a situation where you want to add oil (or other things) to the outside of your hair, honey, mashed fruits, olive oil or mayonnaise may work to coat your hair. You may also get oily feeling hair as the cuticle is filled or coated with your favorite secret ingredient. Avoid oily feeling hair by using Moroccan Oil or Neem Plant Silk Serum or Jingles Spray Protein Extra with Silk - all designed to protect your hair, penetrating the cuticle layer and not leave an oily feeling, by clinging to the outside of the hair shaft. If you have colored hair use a product like Fade Protector and Moisturizer, by Lanza that increases color longevity by 107%.
Just know than any commercially made hair conditioner is going to be
better for your hair than what you can easily brew up at home. Your hair
is worth it, so get a conditioner that is made to pamper both you and
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