Homemade Conditioner

  1. 2 years ago

    As promised, i am going to show you how to make a homemade conditioner as a follow-up to the homemade shampoo post i shared here a few days ago.

    You'll need two things

    1 Tbsp ACV (apple cider vinegar) - I suggest always using the raw kind that has “with the mother” on the bottle.
    1 cup water – Use whatever kind of water you wish

    I suggest combining ingredients in a clean repurposed squirt bottle for your conditioner. Double up on ingredients until you fill your bottle – the recipe above makes 8 ounces.
    Simply shake the bottle before each use and gently massage into the hair and scalp for a minute or two and rinse. After drying, your hair will not smell like vinegar. Trust me.

    This conditioner is the best option for use after a homemade shampoo. The ACV in this conditioner smoothens the hair cuticle and balances the pH of your scalp and hair. This conditioner is safe for all hair types and gently conditions without coating your hair and scalp with waxy chemical. You can add a few drops of rosemary or lavender to give it that rich scent.

    Try it out and share the results. Enjoy!

  2. robby

    18 Feb 2015 Administrator

    It looks interesting, maybe i will try :)

  3. I love homemade cosmetic, so I will try it for sure also!

  4. hm... i don't know if apple cider vinegar is good for hair.. I'm afraind that it can give negative affect..

  5. there ane not many ingredients, so maybe I should need to try, but I have doubts if it is really efective

  6. I think that this conditioner it's great, because apple cider vinegar gives for hair natural shining and it's very actual for dry hair.

  7. Yea, my mother knows how to make this conditioner at home and she used it all her life.. But I have doubts if its very healthy and useful

  8. I'm also still don't know if it really helps for our hair... Maybe it can damage our hair..??

  9. robby

    3 Mar 2015 Administrator

    have someone already tried this conditioner?

 

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