Harsh weather conditions can damage your hair and make it dry and brittle. Your hair can also get damaged due to over-processing, using too many products, or it can be due to just plain genetics. To keep your hair healthy and moisturized,  you don’t have to go to a salon or spa and don’t need a store-bought product. You can fix your hair for a fraction of the cost of using salon or drug store products. And you probably already have the ingredients in your kitchen.

How Do You Make Deep Hair Conditioner At Home?

Try using the following DIY natural deep conditioners. Here are some of the best natural hair conditioner recipes to get healthy hair on a low time and tight money budget. The best thing about all these at-home recipes is that ​they all have one thing in common: they can all be made with basic ingredients from your kitchen.

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# 1

Deep Conditioning Hair Mask For Damaged Hair

The main ingredients in this deep conditioner are extra virgin olive oil, mayonnaise, honey, and avocado. Each one of these ingredients is good for your hair in its own way. The olive helps repair dry, brittle hair while softening your tresses at the same time. Whereas the high-fat content in mayonnaise will soften and moisturize your hair while adding shine, the honey will work as a humectant, so it locks in moisture. Avocado acts as a natural hair moisturizer and is also chockfull of vitamins and minerals, which will help nourish your hair and stimulate hair growth.

You will need:

(i) Extra virgin olive oil: 1 tablespoon

(ii) Mayonnaise: ¼ cup

(iii) Organic honey: ¼ cup

(iv) Ripe avocado: ½


(i) Pour one tablespoon of the extra virgin olive oil into a bowl. Place it in the microwave for 10-15 seconds to warm it up.

(ii) Mix in ¼ cup of mayonnaise and ¼ cup of honey with the warm oil. Stir well all the ingredients with a wooden spoon.

(iii) Place ½ of the ripe avocado into a separate glass bowl. Mash it with a fork until it’s lumps-free and of paste-like consistency. Mix the mashed avocado with the mayonnaise, honey, and oil mixture. Stir the mix well to have a uniform paste.

(iv) Massage the mask into freshly washed, dry hair. Start from the roots and work the mixture down toward the ends of your tresses.

(v) Stack your hair on top of your head, and cover it with a shower cap to keep the hair in place. Allow the mixture to sit in your hair for about 20 minutes, then rinse it with lukewarm water. Shampoo and condition your hair as usual.

Bonus Tip: You can apply extra virgin olive oil alone to provide your hair with a hot oil treatment each week to facilitate deep conditioning for extremely dry, damaged hair. Put a little warm extra virgin olive oil in your hand and, beginning with the hair ends, massage through your dry hair. Cover your hair with a shower cap and take a long, warm shower. Use your favorite gentle shampoo to remove the olive oil from your hair, and follow with a moisturizing conditioner of your choice.

# 2

Deep Conditioning Hair – Olive Oil and Egg Hair Treatment

Eggs are naturally rich in protein, an integral part of the hair. So eggs are good for reconditioning and nourishing tresses. Egg yolk is also well known as one of nature’s best moisturizers.

You will need:

(i) Egg: 1

(ii) Olive oil: 1 ½ teaspoon, extra virgin

(iii) Water: 1/8 cup

You can adjust quantities proportionately depending on the length and texture of your hair.


(i) Whisk the egg until it turns frothy. Add in ½ teaspoon extra virgin olive oil and 1/8 cup water. Mix well all the ingredients in a glass bowl.

(ii) Shampoo your hair and apply the mixture, leaving the mixture on for at least 15 minutes.

(iii) Rinse your hair thoroughly with clean water to remove all the mixture ingredients completely.

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# 3

Deep Conditioning Treatment For Distressed Hair

The main ingredients in this deep conditioner are mayonnaise, eggs, apple cider vinegar, and extra virgin olive oil. Eggs nourish and fortify; apple cider vinegar adds shine; mayonnaise and oil moisturize and protect hair. The mixture addresses all the complications of distressed hair.

You will need:

(i) Mayonnaise: ¼ cup

(ii) Extra virgin olive oil: 1 tablespoon

(iii) Apple cider vinegar: 1 tablespoon

(iv) Egg: 1


(i) Whisk the egg until it turns frothy and mix well all the ingredients in a glass bowl.

(ii) Apply the mixture onto your washed, dry hair. If your hair tends to be oily, avoid the scalp.

(iii) Massage the mask into your hair thoroughly, and then cover your hair with a disposable shower cap, plastic bag, or plastic wrap. Allow the mixture to stay for at least 15 minutes.

(iv) Rinse your hair thoroughly with clean water to remove all the mixture ingredients completely. If needed, shampoo as usual with a gentle shampoo of your choice.

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# 4

Coconut And Honey Natural Conditioner For Dry / Damaged Hair

You can use this mixture as an excellent hot oil treatment (when used before washing) or a good deep conditioner (when used after washing). It has honey for moisturizing hair and coconut oil for hair strengthening. Thus you get the best of both worlds.

You will need:

(i) Organic Coconut oil: 4 tablespoon

(ii) Organic honey: 2 tablespoons extra virgin


(i) Mix the coconut oil and honey well in a small plastic bag and place the bag in hot water for a minute or so to warm the mixture.

(ii) Massage the warm mixture gently onto your hair, and wrap your hair with a plastic grocery bag followed by a soft towel. Let the mixture stay on your hair for about 10 minutes, then shampoo as usual. Let your hair dry out.

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Bonus Tip: While using any messy hair mask, bend over the sink or tub so the mixture does not drip onto the floor. Pour the conditioner gradually onto your hair and use your hands to collect the dripping conditioner into your hands. Massage this remainder in your hand into the parts of your hair where the conditioner could not reach. Once you are done pouring, do a full-on massage of your hair to spread the conditioner.

Now you know my secret of deep conditioning hair treatments. These Do-It-Yourself (DIY) natural therapies are safe and gentle. They’re chock-full of high-performing proteins, vitamins, and emollients. Although your hair will look and feel better after one use, we recommend using any of them once a week to keep it in top condition.

After trying any of the above deep conditioners, please share your experience with us. Or, if you have your own DIY conditioner recipe, please share it in the comments section below. Leave us a comment; we love to hear from our readers.

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