By locking in moisture as well as adding softness and shine, leave-in conditioners support your hair. From the spray-on kind to the creamy kind, it is easy to make leave-in conditioners at home. In this article, we are sharing a very easy & effective DIY conditioner to make your hair shiny & silky-soft.
- 6 tablespoons Aloe Vera Gel
- 4 tablespoons Rosewater
- 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
- 2 Vitamin E capsules
- 8 drops of Jasmine Essential Oil
- In a bowl, mix all the above-mentioned ingredients and blend well until a smooth and creamy consistency is achieved.
- Use this Aloe Vera leave-in conditioner on damp or towel-dried hair until the shampooing and conditioning are finished, then style as normal.
- On your mid-lengths and ends, make sure to apply the leave-in conditioner, avoid roots, as it might leave your hair looking greasy.
This will detangle your hair, aside from adding extra shine, which will help make styling simpler.
ALOE VERA GEL
Aloe vera is an ideal ingredient for enhancing the health of your hair.
It works as a great conditioner and leaves all your hair shiny and smooth.
It moisturizes and strengthens damaged, dry hair with this natural gel.
Aloe vera produces something called proteolytic enzymes that repair the scalp’s dead skin cells.
It also serves as a great conditioner and leaves all your hair shiny and smooth.
It promotes hair growth, prevents the scalp from scratching, decreases dandruff, and conditions your hair.
Rosewater makes a perfect addition to every routine in hair care.
It decreases frizz, replenishes lost moisture, and allows hair healthier and more manageable.
Rosewater helps to preserve the hair’s natural shine.
Rosewater helps regulate hair that is frizzy.
It will give your hair some shine.
It also moisturizes and decreases dryness in your hair.
Coconut oil, which is rich in vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients, is ideal for dry and brittle hair.
Coconut oil provides the hair with luster, shine, and softness.
It also reduces hair breakage and split ends.
In general, coconut oil stands out because it serves as both a moisturizer and a hair sealant.
This means that this oil is completely versatile and can, as a leave-in or hair sealant after the fact, provide conditioning properties and lock in moisture.
It is filled with natural fatty acids, good anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that help our scalps remain healthy enough to produce hair growth that stimulates new skin cells.
Vitamin E battles this oxidative stress with its antioxidant properties, which is one of the key triggers of extreme hair dropping.
In a way, because of free radicals, vitamin E prevents the erosion of your scalp tissues, thereby avoiding hair fall as well as premature greying.
Similarly, there may be various infections that can cause dry, flaky skin, and in such cases, the savior may be a topical application of vitamin E.
A dry and itchy scalp can actually be a symptom of vitamin E deficiency.
Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory properties that can combat skin irritations in the scalp.
A protective coating forms over the skin of the scalp and keeps it hydrated.
In addition, since vitamin E is fat-soluble, it can penetrate deep into the skin to cure infections.