Coconut Oil Deep Hair Conditioner
This deep hair conditioner made with coconut oil, shea butter and argan oil will help stimulate your scalp; just make sure to massage it in and leave it on for a good 20 minutes. The increase in stimulation will not only work to rehydrate your hair, but to help fight hair loss.
Coconut Oil Overnight Hair Mask
If you’re really crunched for time, go super simple using nothing but coconut oil on your hair. It won’t hydrate as intensely as the other masks, but will still leave you with a nice shine. Simply apply organic virgin coconut oil all over your hair, clip it, sleep with it overnight and then wash it out in the morning.
Coconut Oil and Honey Hair Mask
For this recipe, simply pour honey and coconut oil into a pan and heat it on a stove until it’s melted. Allow the mixture to be cool to the touch and then apply it on dry hair, split ends and scalp. Massage with your fingers and leave it on for about 20 minutes before washing it out.
The most effective hair masks lining beauty aisles tend to be expensive, but one thing manufacturers don’t want you to know is that they’re easy to whip up at home. Save cash while keeping chemicals out of your hair by turning to your kitchen the next time your hair needs some TLC. Coconut oil hair masks, in particular, have risen in popularity given their ability to penetrate the hair shaft to moisturize and repair from within. They’ll also leave your strands shiny while repairing damage from all those summertime aggressors like salt and chlorine.
Here’s a look at 11 of the best DIY coconut oil hair masks to give your hair a much-needed seasonal refreshing.
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