4 DIY Moisture Rich Deep Conditioner Recipes To Revive Your Hair

4 Moisture Rich Deep Conditioner Recipes

Fall has officially arrived and the cool air is moving in, which means it’s time to focus less on hair styling and more on hair health. With winter not too far away, it’s important to develop a healthy moisture rich hair regimen now so that your hair is prepared to withstand the bitter cold air.

You’re probably more than familiar with popular moisturizing deep conditioners from brands like Shea Moisture and As I am.

But you don’t always have time to re-stock those conditioners and you may find yourself in a bind on wash day if you run out of them.

Fortunately, you may have the makings for a moisture rich deep conditioner right in your kitchen cabinet. These 5 DIY deep conditioner recipes will leave your kinks and curls feeling soft, manageable, and juicy! After giving these recipes a try, you may find yourself preferring the homemade route over name brands.

Honey and Olive Oil Moisture Madness Conditioner

Eggs Olive Oil And Honey


Main Moisturizing Ingredient: While honey may not be great to use on hair by itself, it has some super moisturizing power when mixed with other natural ingredients. Honey is a natural humectant, which means that it attracts and locks in moisture. In addition to its moisturizing properties, honey acts as a natural anti-bacterial and can help heal the scalp if it’s sensitive. Honey also controls dandruff and makes the hair shiny.

Recipe:

  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons of Honey

Directions: Warm the honey and olive oil in a bowl. Next, whisk the eggs into the honey and olive oil thoroughly. Apply to your hair from root to tip and let it sit for 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with cool water. Eggs will cook in hot water!

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About Portia Cole


Portia is a wife and mother who enjoys making things and people look pretty! As a graduate of Rowan University, Portia has an insatiable craving for natural hair, beauty, and fashion, but she also enjoys traveling and home decor. If you'd like to know more about her, visit her blog at huneybflyy.com. You can also follow her on Instagram (huneybflyy) and twitter (@huneybflyy).

About Portia Cole


Portia is a wife and mother who enjoys making things and people look pretty! As a graduate of Rowan University, Portia has an insatiable craving for natural hair, beauty, and fashion, but she also enjoys traveling and home decor. If you'd like to know more about her, visit her blog at huneybflyy.com. You can also follow her on Instagram (huneybflyy) and twitter (@huneybflyy).

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Verlyn Andrews

Good tips to know

Toy Jaynell

I beat a egg and put it in my shampoo

Donna Turner

Thanks for the info

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ladee neenah

I’ve become almost exclusively DIY when it comes to DCs so I’m always looking for new formulas to try. Thanks for these, they’ll be going into my hair recipe book.