How to condition hair naturally

Conditioning your hair properly is vital in order to maintain the health of the hair and also to prevent damage.  Dry and damaged hair does not only look odd and becomes difficult to manage but also triggers hair fall.

So, to stay away from all these problems conditioning your hairs properly is vital. There are numerous hair conditioners and hair masks in the market that claim to condition your hairs in the very best way, but leaning towards the natural ways surely has its benefits.

The natural ways are never harmful and they will never cause damage to your hairs even when used in the long run.

In addition to that, natural ways of conditioning your hair are least expensive and can make your pocket really happy.  So read on to know how you can condition your hair naturally,

The right diet

Your diet has a lot to say about how you look. If you are trying to have those naturally conditioned and nicely manageable hairs, first you need to ensure that you are taking in a proper diet that can sustain healthy hair; otherwise no matter what measure you take it will not be effective.

So, ensure that your daily diet has adequate amount of protein and leafy vegetables, along with fresh fruits and adequate amount of water. Also munch on nuts regularly to get naturally conditioned beautiful hairs.

How to get rid of frizzy hair

You can pick any of the following or a combination of the following treatments to condition hair naturally,

Egg and almond

Take one egg and mix it with grounded almond paste made from 5-6 medium sized almonds. Apply this mixture to your hairs.

Leave for 1 hour and wash off with a mild cleanser. Egg will supply protein and vitamin to your hairs, while Almonds will give it added vitamins for maximum conditioning and health.

Jojoba flower and leaves

Take 20 numbers of jojoba flowers or leaves which ever you find, or even a mixture of both will do. Make a fine paste with these and apply it to your hairs. Leave for 30 minutes and wash off with plain water rubbing your hairs with your hands.

Jojoba flower or leaves itself will act as a mild cleanser and even will form some foam. So, you need not to follow with a cleanser, simply dry your hairs and live on.

Banana and honey

Smash one ripe banana to make a smooth paste and add 1 tablespoon of honey to it. Mix well and apply this mixture to your hairs. Let it set for 1 hour and wash off with plain water and a mild cleanser. Banana provides essential nutrients and moisture to the hairs, while honey helps in deep conditioning.

Apple Cider Vinegar

How to keep your hair moisturized

If you are trying to condition hair naturally; ACV can do the trick for you. Mix 2 tablespoon of ACV with 1 tablespoon of plain water and rub in this mixture onto your hairs. Leave for 15 minutes and wash off with plain water and get naturally conditioned hairs.

Yogurt and olive oil

Mix 2 tablespoon of yogurt with 2 teaspoon of olive oil. Massage in this mixture on your hairs. Leave for 1 hour covering with a shower cap.

Wash off with a mild cleanser and live on. Yogurt and Olive oil both are able to condition hair from deep within through their natural goodness and moisture content.

Avocado with coconut oil

Smash one Avocado to make a paste and add 2 teaspoon of coconut oil to it. Mix well and rub in the mixture to your hairs. Let it set for 1 hour and wash off with a mild cleanser.

Avocado and Coconut oil both are rich in ingredients that can revitalize hairs. This pack will provide the required moisture and will also protect the hairs, conditioning them naturally from deep within.


This is another one step solution for conditioning your hair naturally. Just take adequate amount of mayonnaise and rub it into your washed and wet hairs. Leave on for 20 minutes and wash off with water.

Mint leaves with black tea

Amazing fruit hair conditioners

Boil 2 spoon of black tea leaves in 1 cup of water till the water comes to half. Now strain the juice. Take a handful of mint leaves, wash them off well, chop them and add to 1 cup of boiling water.

Boil till the content comes to half and strain. Mix these two concoctions and use this mixture as a rinse off conditioner after washing your hairs to get conditioned hairs naturally.

Shea butter and vitamin E

Take half cup of shea butter and heat in a pan to melt it. Now add a whole Vitamin E capsule to it and mix well. Apply this mixture to your hairs, leave on for 1 hour and wash off with a mild cleanser.

Hot oil treatment

Heat a steel container on flame, and while it is still hot add 2 spoons of olive oil, 2 spoons of coconut oil and 2 spoons of almond oil in it.

Mix the oils by moving the container and apply this hot oil mixture to your hairs and scalp before going to bed at night. In the morning wash off with your regular shampoo and you will get highly conditioned hairs naturally.

Fenugreek seeds and curry leaves

Soak some fenugreek seeds in fresh clean water overnight, in the morning strain the water and make a paste with the seeds.

Take 10 curry leaves; boil them in 1 cup water, till the water comes to half. Now strain the concoction and mix with the fenugreek seed paste. Apply this mixture to your wet hairs, wait for 40 minutes, and wash off.

Aloe vera and sour curd pack for conditioning hairs naturally

Best homemade henna hair packs

A hair pack made from Aloe Vera and sour curd can be highly effective to condition your hairs naturally. Collect 3 spoons of fresh Aloe Vera pulp from Aloe Vera leaves and mix it with 3 spoons of sour curd (preferably homemade).

Apply this pack lavishly to your hairs. You can also apply it to your scalp and hair roots as this pack will also nourish the scalp. Let it set for 1 hour but do not let it get dry. Wash off with a mild shampoo.

Condition your hairs naturally with amla and shikakai rinse

Amla is known for its high vitamin C content which can be very effective to fight different scalp and hair conditions. On the other hand, shikakai is known for its natural hair conditioning abilities.

Soak 5-6 dried amla and 5-6 dried strands of shikakai in clean water overnight. In the morning boil the water to half and let it cool.

Squeeze out the juice and use it for rinsing your hairs after shampoo. After you use the solution on your hairs, leave on for 5 minutes and then wash off with plain water and you are done.

Orange juice and coconut milk hair pack for natural hair conditioning

Orange juice has high Vitamin C content which can add luster to your hairs making it soft; while the High vitamin E content of coconut milk ensures the best nourishment and conditioning of the hairs.

Mix 4 spoons of orange juice in 6 spoons of coconut milk and use this pack on your hairs. Let it set for 30 minutes and then wash off with water.

Use a mild shampoo only if required. In case you have frizzy hairs, it is best to not to shampoo the hairs after using this pack. Just wash off with plain water.