Faith Amour Hair Care

Banana Avocado Conditioner

Posted on: January 2, 2011

* This conditioner is to be used immediately. It can be refrigerated for about 48 hours before it starts to turn colors

1/2 cup plain whole yogurt
1 egg
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil (optional)
1 teaspoon Honey
½ Avocado
4 drops Lavender oil

Place a half a cup of whole yogurt and honey in a blender. Yogurt is not only the creamy base of your conditioner, but is a gentle cleanser, working to clear the pores of your scalp and promoting hair growth. Yogurt is also naturally high in lactic acid, an element that will help to shine and smooth tangled hair, making it easier to comb, leaving your hair soft and beautiful.
Beat the egg until frothy and pour it into the blender. Raw eggs are said to strengthen and increase the elasticity of your hair, preventing damage and premature hair loss. Egg yolk especially is a deep penetrating moisturizer and will leave your hair silky and manageable.
Add one whole banana and ½ avocado to the blender. The skin of the scalp has a natural protective layer of fats that are meant to keep the skin moisturized to protect it from the elements. Often this layer is damaged with harsh chemical treatments and shampoos as well as other elements. Banana helps the skin to rebuild its own moisture level, protecting the scalp and hair and helping to cure dandruff due to dry flaky scalp.
Squeeze about one teaspoon of lemon juice into the mixture. Lemon is a natural astringent and will help to clean the hair of product buildup without damaging or drying your hair.
Include lavender oil and one teaspoon of Vitamin E oil into the conditioner.
Blend the conditioner and apply after shampooing, massaging gently into the scalp to the end of the hair. Allow the conditioner to set for about 15 minutes before rinsing well with luke-warm water. Apply as often as necessary for soft, healthy and manageable hair.


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