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Natural Hair Moisturizer Recipes that Can Work for You

By Edited Jul 21, 2015 0 0

It's amazing to think that if you look at the back of your favorite natural organic shampoo you will see a lot of ingredients which you could actually just pick up at your local health store and some of them come straight from the supermarket.

Buying an expesnive hair conditioner or shampoo can actually do more damage than good, and that is why it is important to find out something about the product you are about to buy. Don't be a victim of their marketing hype. You are not going to look like Cindy Crawford just because her face is slapped on the front of the bottle.

People have been coming up with new and used natural hair moisturizer recipes time and time again and having a lot of success. As the saying go, if you don't try, you don't know! This is so true because you really have nothing to lose by experimenting. This is the best way to know what works and what doesn't.  There are a couple of very well known ingredients that people use directly on their hair after they have given it a good rinse.

Of course, skeptics would think only a bunch of crazies would be using  natural moisturizer recipes, but if you have an open mind and try a few things out, not only will you probably be really surprised, but you will also be saving a lot of money and in day and age shouldn't you be looking for a couple of tips to keep your bank account looking a little more healthy?

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Here are a few homemade natural moisturizer recipes you can try out

  • Honey Conditioner

Honey is a product that if found in its natural form, and it can do a lot of good for your skin because of it's hydrating properties. For this, you just have to mix equal amounts of water and honey together. Once you have massaged the mixture through your hair, simply rinse it off well. You should probably give it two rinses to give the best results. For an extra dose of protection mix in half a banana and mash it all together. You will have to leave the magic potion on for about half an hour, so make sure you set some time aside.

  • Beer Conditioner

A great way of strengthening your hair is with beer. This works well with the way the proteins and sugars combine. This will make the keratin stronger, which in turn will also make your hair shine.

  • Avocado and Mayo Deep Conditioner

If you are looking for a treatment that will really strengthen your hair, then you should use something more and use shampoo to wash it off. This is really going to help pour moisture into the dry strands. For this you need to add an avocado with a little jar of mayonnaise.

This will be applied to your damp hair. Some people like to wrap their hair up in a towel so that every inch of hair  really benefits from the treatment.  This should be left on for no less than 5 minutes, but the ideal treatment will last about half an hour.

Natural moisturizer recipes for the skin

Moving onto the skin - here is a taste!

It's best to start with a rich oil like olive oil or sesame oil because this is going to do the best job at getting into those pores and hydrating the skin. Start by cleansing your skin with the oil. You can mix this with lemon, eggs or mayonnaise. This may sound kind of disgusting, but the fact is that it gets to the route of the problem. Leave it on for about 15 minutes before rinsing the whole mixture off with lukewarm water.

Things like coconut oil and cocoa butter are great for your skin because they are rich in vitamins. This will combine well with sesame oil because it acts as a natural sun screen. The coconut oil will protect your skin from the envionment. This especially applies if you live in cold climates where the wind will play a big role in drying out your skin even more. The fats in the oils soften the skin, whilst moisturizing it at the same time.

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Natural Moisturizer recipe for oily skin

Something a little more complicated, but designed to reduce those oily pores in no time are a bunch of healthy ingredients:

  • 1/3 cup Jojoba oil
  • 2 Tbsp beeswax
  • 2 Tbsp Aloe Vera gel
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tsp tea tree oil
  • 1 tsp vitamin E oil
  • 1 tsp peppermint oil
  • 1 tsp lemongrass essential oil
  • 1 tsp grapefruit extract

There is a lot more to experiment with, and that is basically what you have to do - experiment!

 

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