Avocados contain vitamin B6 & vitamin E
* 1 small jar of real mayonnaise
* 1/2 of an avocado
Put together in a medium bowl and squish together with your hands until it's a minty green color. Smooth into hair all the way to the tips. Put on a shower cap or wrap your head with saran wrap.
Leave on for 20 minutes. For deeper conditioning put a hot, damp towel around your head -over the saran wrap. And if you have really long hair and only need deep conditioning at the ends, cut the ingredients in half and apply only to the ends and just wrap them.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is thought to stimulate hair growth. A great remedy for itchy scalps and dandruff this easy to make recipe will leave your hair feeling softer, more manageable and smelling wonderful.
Add 2-5 drops of rosemary essential oil with 1 teaspoon of carrier oil of your choice, blend well. Work the oils through dampened hair and massage the scalp. Wrap your head in a warm towel and leave on for 45 minutes to deep condition the hair. Wash out and rinse with cool water. Keep out of eyes.
Ingredients can be found at any health food store.
* combine the phase A ingredients and heat to 70deg C whilst stirring
* when homogonous take off the heat and stir periodically to the recommended temperature for the brand of preservative that you are using (usually 40deg C)
*Lastly, add your EO or FO and mix well to combine.
Aloe & Chamomile hair conditioner
Phase A -
256g chamomile infused water or distilled water (73%)
1.4g guar conditioner (0.4%)
20g glycerine (5.7%)
20g aloe gel (5.7%)
Phase B -
17.5g condioning emulsifier (5%)
3.5g olive butter or shea butter (1%)
3.5g jojoba or liquid oil (1%)
Nutrient Phase -
3.5g hdrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolized oats or almond protein (1%)
16g chamomile or nettle extract or calendula - WATER SOLUBLE (4.5%)
3.5g dl panthenol (1%)
Phase C -
2.5g 0.7% phenoserve or 1g of Liquid Germall Plus (preservative)
3.5g EO/FO of choice (1%)
the only directions for making this that I have are 'use regular emulsion making techniques'. As I have yet to attemp this, I can't help you , but directions can be found on www.aussiesoapsupplies.com.au, which is where the recipes come from.