Natural Hair Conditioners for Stressed Tresses

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The best natural hair conditioners

Do you think you can live without shampoos and hair conditioners? I know that is a greasy-hair-nightmare to many women, especially those with long hair. But just imagine how generations before us lived when our favourite hair care products weren’t even a thought yet.

I cringe just thinking of it!

I recently read somewhere that soap was used on hair before, but it showed bad results that’s why some people melt the soap and add some oils. Thanks to Kasey Hebert, we now have shampoos that give our hair some tender loving care. 

Going to premiere hair salons such as Rush.co.uk is a great way to pamper your hair, but let’s be honest, it can get quite costly.

However, getting your hair done once a month is a good idea to maintain healthy, beautiful tresses or just to pamper yourself with a little ‘me’ time.

If regular jaunts to the salon just isn’t in your budget, no fret. There are natural hair conditioners that can care for your coif without dousing your head with potentially damaging ingredients.

What are these natural hair conditioners? Read on, beauties.

The Best Natural Hair Conditioners

Coconut Oil

Also known as the “tree of life”, the coconuts have many uses – one of them being a solid hair conditioner.

You can find many hair care products such as Palmers Coconut Oil Formula Shampoo that harnesses this powerful and natural oil to not only cleanse your hair but wrap it in hydration.

Aside from conditioning your hair, the coconut oil also strengthens and makes your hair look shiny. For even more moisturizing power, simply apply this oil on damp hair.

Tea Tree Oil

Another popular contender in natural hair conditioners is tea tree oil as it can help soothe a dry scalp.

This potent little oil consists of antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties so you can be sure that your scalp and hair will return to its once lustrous state once applied.

Just be sure to only apply a small amount since this is a concentrated oil and you don’t want to overdo it.

Aloe Vera

This plant was used for medicinal purposes years ago, but recently it has become more known for promoting hair growth and treating scalp problems.

If you want thicker hair, then you can use aloe vera on your hair. You will see a gel-like substance oozing out of the aloe stalk when snapped in half and you can apply that directly onto your scalp.

Then just massage it directly onto your scalp and let it sit for around 20 minutes before shampooing and rinsing thoroughly.

With all of these natural hair conditioners, who needs a salon? What is your favourite way to look after your locks? Dish it in the comment section below!

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