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    Want Soft And Silky Hair? Use This DIY Conditioner Made With Natural Ingredients

    If you dread conditioners available in the market due to harmful chemicals, try using 100% natural DIY conditioner for your curly mane. 
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    Updated at - 2019-08-17,10:36 IST
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    Managing curly hair is not an easy task. It takes a lot to make them soft and silky, but if they are taken care of properly then they can look really attractive. If curly hair is soft then half of your problem is solved as most hard work goes in detangling them. 

    To make your curly hair healthy, applying conditioner post shampoo is a must. You can surely find a number of conditioners in the market which promise to make your hair soft and healthy but at the same time, they damage your hair due to the presence of chemicals. If you are looking for safe conditioner for your curly hair then you can make one yourself at home. Here's you can learn how to make one with simple ingredients present in your kitchen. 

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    Coconut Milk

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    To make conditioner at home, coconut milk is really a good option as it nourishes the hair from within. Coconut is rich in vitamin E, so it plays an important role in strengthening the hair. Using it increases the natural shine of the hair. 

    If your curly hair has started to look dry and lifeless, then coconut milk can add new life to them. Its use relieves your hair from many problems such as dandruff, split ends, hair fall, etc. Coconut milk also includes antioxidants which help in making hair thick and healthy. At the same time, it gives natural moisture to the hair. 

    Banana

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    Banana is considered healthy for the body, but you’ll be surprised to know that it is really effective in increasing the shine of your hair. It is rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Apart from this, it also contains potassium which makes hair strong and prevents hair fall. Regular use can solve your problem of hair fall and make it denser. 

    Honey 

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    Honey seems to be the magic potion to maintain good health. Honey is believed to be effective in detoxing the body and keeping the skin young. Just like your skin, it also nourishes the hair and eliminates hair problems from the root. The use of honey makes hair soft and shiny. 

    Ingredients To Make The Conditioner

    1. 2 bananas
    2. ½ cup of coconut milk
    3. 4 teaspoon honey

    How To Make Conditioner

    Combine banana, honey and coconut milk in a bowl. If you wish to, you can also grind the three ingredients in a grinder to make a smooth paste. Once this mixture becomes fine, filter it in a sieve. This will remove the fibres present in banana, which can otherwise get stuck in your hair. 

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    How To Apply Conditioner In Your Hair

    Wash your hair as usual with shampoo. After that apply this natural home-made natural conditioner in your hair. Start applying it from scalp to the ends of your hair. Keep the conditioner on for 15 minutes and then wash your hair with normal water. 

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    You’ll find that your hair softer than before post washing. By using this conditioner regularly, you will also notice a considerable decrease in hair fall and your hair will become healthy.

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