How to Make Your Own Hair Conditioner With Herbs

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Herbs play a very important ingredient in a variety of different homemade hair conditioner recipes. Make your own hair conditioner with herbs with help from a certified clinical herbalist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Deserie, your Natural Herbal Remedy Advisor. I'm here to talk to you today about how to make hair conditioner with herbs. First, we're going to start off with an infusion and my choice is rosemary. Rosemary is really great for improving circulation and it also inhibits gray hair which is something great for some of us. When you make your infusion, you want to bring the rosemary to boiling and then turn off the heat, cover it and let it steep for ten to twenty minutes. Once the infusion is ready, you want to strain it into a double boiler and lightly heat the infusion while you add one tablespoon of jojoba oil. After the jojoba oil and infusion are heated, you want to add them to a blender and at this point, you want to add about 20 drops of Vitamin E oil and your essential oil of choice. I've chosen ginger today, also another one that increases circulation. And increasing circulation to the scalp is a good thing because it's very, brings blood there which brings nourishment, which makes for healthy hair. So, 10 drops of your essential oil and you want to turn the blender on for two minutes at a high speed. Once your hair conditioner is blended, you want to transfer it into an empty conditioner bottle and just use it regularly as you would any conditioner by applying it to a clean wet hair, leaving it on for a few minutes and then styling it as usual. This is especially helpful for you if you use curling irons or flattening irons or even a blow dryer everyday. I'm Deserie, and this is how to make your hair conditioner with herbs.


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