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Tips for Conditioning of Hair - Ingredients used in Conditioners - Some Homemade Conditioners

Hair is composed of three layers: an inner layer i.e. medulla, middle layer i.e. cortex and outer layer i.e. cuticle. Hair conditioning is used to provide strength and moisturization to the hairs.

Deep conditioning with a low pH conditioner after hair color removal helps protect your hair as well as return it to natural softness and shine. Conditioners will not repair your hair once it is damaged. They may affect its look and feel, as well as detangle and improve the wet compatibility of your hair. But they will not repair any structural damage present in the hair.

A conditioner is generally designed to add moisture to the hair and scalp and prevent tangling. As with shampoos, choose the conditioner best suited for your hair type. Many conditioners can also be used as a hair dressing to control frizz and add shine look for "Leave In" on the label. Some conditioners can be heavy and weigh down fine hair.

Tips for Hair Conditioning

The value able tips for hair conditioning are as:-

  • Hair conditioners can coat the hair with a lubricant or synthetic that replaces the stripped out sebum.
  • Hair conditioners are used to smooth the cuticle and restore sheen to the hair.
  • Avoid using shampoos that will strip your hair and leave it dry.
  • For the better effect of conditioners that you have applied, wear a hat in the sun. The sun dries your hair out, as it bleaches it too.
  • Before applying conditioners, dry your hair gently, by blotting and squeezing, not rubbing. Never brush wet hair. Instead, use a wide-tooth comb.

Ingredients used in Conditioners:

Hair conditioners, consist of various pure herbs and natural ingredients. It contains the following herbs and natural ingredients: birch sap, jojoba, camomile, vegetable protein, green tea, nettle and rosemary.

  • Birch sap: This is an effective astringent and has good antibacterial properties, and has a very positive effect on the elasticity of the skin , as well as eliminating toxins.
  • Jojoba: Jojoba rapidly penetrates down to the scalp and hair shaft. The scalp and hair follicles are left clean and free to continue their normal function. It is also an excellent soil-dissolving agent, which can remove sticky build-up on the hair from many modern hair preparations.
  • Horsetail: It is an extraordinary remineralizer of the skin and hair . It has haemostatic properties and provides natural silica to the skin and hair. 

Home made conditioner:

Home made conditioning consists of honey. It is high in vitamins and minerals, and has wonderful benefits for the skin and hair. Honey is a good humectant and emollient, serving as a good moisturizer and conditioner.

Directions for using honey in hair.

Add a teaspoon of honey to a teaspoon of shampoo. Work 1/2 cup through your hair. Put a plastic shower cap or bag over the hair for 20 to 30 minutes to let your body heat optimize the conditioning benefit of the honey, then shampoo and rinse thoroughly.