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DIY: Natural Homemade Hair Conditioner

DIY: Natural Homemade Hair Conditioner
All natural homemade conditioner

All natural homemade conditioner

A lot of people took great interest in our article about Illegal Cancer-Causing Chemicals in Shampoos so we did another one and gave you a safe solution – a recipe for all natural homemade shampoo. But the feedback was so big that many were asking questions and looking for a recipe to make a homemade hair conditioner. Of course we couldn`t leave you hanging so here is one of the most popular recipe for an all-natural conditioner for your hair:

First of all this conditioner is safe to make, works with all hair types and as an extra bonus will save you a lot of money over the years. To prepare it you`ll need only 2 ingredients.


  • 1 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar (use the raw kind of you can) and
  • 1 cup of water


Combine (mix) these 2 ingredients in a clean (squirt) bottle. Double up on ingredients until you fill it up. This recipe is for preparing about 8 ounces.

How to Use:

First of all don`t worry because your hair will not smell like vinegar. Before every use shake the bottle well and gently massage into your hair and scalp for a couple of minutes than rinse. The vinegar will eliminate the greasy feeling and will give your hair extra smoothness.

How Much Does it Cost?

Well it all depends of how much you pay for your vinegar but the price is approximately $0.13 per ounce.

Some extra tips of how to put a twist on your homemade conditioner:

A great way to give you natural conditioner an extra kick is by mixing it up with some herbs and essential oil.

  • For oily or greasy hair add 6-8 drops of an essential oil like lavender, lemon, rosemary, bergamot, tea tree, sandalwood or ylang ylang.
  • For dry hair and dandruff add 6-8 drops of essential oils such as peppermint, eucalyptus, lemon, sage, rosemary or tea tree.




Great article, I had learned a lot. Taking good care of myself is what keep me going everyday no matter how busy I am.

Good read! I love diy, I will definitely try your homemade conditioner. Hope this can help my hair too.

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