5 Best Homemade Hair Conditioners That you can make at Home

In the present times, the pollution and it’s day by day increasing levels effects and dwindles the quality of our hair. It leads to split ends, hair loss, and dandruff, frizzy and dull hair. We always envy those models having perfectly shiny and smooth and thus, keep spending large amounts of money on buying and using conditioners from different brands and then what? All we face is a disappointment and our hair turn into a mess. This is where the homemade so-called home remedies from our grannies and mothers come into the picture and make look beautiful as never before.

5 Top Homemade Conditioners are given below:

1. Mint and Tea Conditioner

This is the best restorative for oily hair. It helps in stimulating the blood circulation and also helps to purify the scalp and hair.
mint and tea conditioner

All that is needed is:

  • A handful of mint leaves
  • 2 tablespoons of black tea leaves
  • 3 cups of water

Steps to use it-

  1. Wash and chop the mint leaves.
  2. Add them to 2 cups of boiling water. Boil till the water reduces to half and then strain the liquid.
  3. Keep aside and let it cool. Heat a cup of water and add the tea leaves to it, Boil for 5 to 6 minutes or till you get strong liquor.
  4. Strain the tea and let it cool.
  5. Mix the tea liquor and mint water together and rinse your hair with this mixture after shampooing to keep refreshed, smooth and shining.


2. Sesame Seed Oil and Aloe Vera Conditioner

This conditioner will help to fight the infections and also heal your fungal infections, dandruff, and itchiness. Aloe Vera also helps in cooling the scalp and reducing inflammation.
seasame and aloe vera conditioner

All that needed is:

  • 2 Spoons Sesame Seed Oil and Aloe Vera gel,
  • 1 Cup Un-flavoured Yogurt
  • 1 Spoon Olive Oil.

Steps to use it-

  • Mix all the ingredients to make a paste.
  • Apply the paste for an hour.
  • Rinse off the paste using a mild shampoo.

Try this conditioner and your head will be as cool as ice.

3. Avocado, Shea Butter, and Apple Cider Vinegar Conditioner

apple, butter and avacado

Are you a person with thick hair? If yes then this is your type of conditioner. It gives maximum slip and lubrication that helps to detangle the tresses and straighten the kinks.

All that needed is:

  • 1 Ripe avocado
  • Half cup shea butter
  • 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

Steps to use it-

  1. Mix all the ingredients in the blender.
  2. Apply it and scalp for half an hour.
  3. Wash it off with warm water.


4. Egg, Yogurt, and Mayonnaise Conditioner

This conditioner reduces the dryness and dandruff and strengthens the hair follicles. It prevents hair-fall and adding to this, it makes your hair soft as fur.
egg yogurt and mayoneise

All that needed is:

  • 1 Piece Egg
  • Yogurt
  • Mayonnaise


  • Mix all the ingredients and whisk them well.
  • Apply it to your hair from root to scalp.
  • Leave it for about 40 minutes.
  • Wash it off but don’t use warm water.

NOTE- This remedy should be repeated twice a week for effective results.

5. Banana, Honey, and Olive Oil Deep Conditioner

Need straighter? Tired of using straightness? Don’t worry! We have the solution for you. Use this conditioner once a week and see the best results.
egg, honey and deep oils


  • Blend all the ingredients to make a smooth paste.
  • Apply it and leave on for half an hour.
  • Rinse thoroughly with water. Remember that banana can stick to your hair so you will need to rinse your hair with patience and apply shampoo after the pack is completely washed away.

Go ahead and try all these homemade conditioners and the evils of pollution would never be able to get through your hair. Probably, you do not know about homemade remedies. But homemade remedies are pure natural products. In its, there are no any chemical includes.

So you can make it or purchase from Ayurveda store. Because some of the Ayurveda stores deliver the original products such as Patanjali, Sri tattava etc. I hope that you like it. Thanks for coming…

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