Deep Conditioners Good Enough To Eat

Who would have thought that items that taste so good in your mouth would also make the best deep conditioning treatments? The key to these great recipes is remembering that they are for your curls and not your stomach (at least until you have finished the recipe)!

You’ll notice that these recipes have a lot of similar ingredients because these are what have worked the best for so many curlies thus far. Try them out and see which base product makes your hair feel the softest.

Special reminder: For some curlies, protein can actually dry out your hair. If you have find that happening, it might be best for you to try a different treatment or alternate between one of these and another one that doesn’t contain as much protein.

Sweet avocado
1 avocado
Extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO)
Avocado is great for deep conditioning. It can also be used for a quick softening, conditioning, and moisturizing mask. The use of honey on hair is talked about everywhere. Honey by itself is not sufficient enough to provide the conditioning necessary, but when combined with other ingredients it can make your hair feel softer and smoother. Substitute this recipe for Darcy’s Botanicals Avocado & Honey Twisting Cream or Miss Jessie’s Curly Meringue.

You can read the rest of the article over at


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: