Yummy Homemade Hair Treatments

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July 31, 2011 ‐ By Dr. Phoenyx Austin

 

From the desk of Dr. Phoenyx:

You don’t always have to buy pricey, big name hair products to make your hair shinier, fuller and healthier. Sometimes the best things are actually very simple and found in the produce department of your local grocery store. Have you ever tried yummy foods like bananas and papaya in your homemade hair “treat”ments? I’m a natural haired woman and know first-hand that many of these foods are amazing for hair. They work wonders on my hair. And I’ve been using are few of these foods for years to make my hair softer, shinier, and stronger. So be sure to check out these 5 Yummy Homemade Hair “Treat”ments and let me know how they work for you!

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  • Melissa

    Well, i have this hair
    care kit that comes with organic shampoo and conditioner designed to make hair
    soft, shiny and healthy especially if you use heat tools or hair dye. It also
    comes with a deep conditioning hair mask and an argan oil heat protectant that
    works miracles for frizz. You use it after a shower, it’s not oily at all and
    it’s actually real argan oil. The kit is called Pro Naturals argan oil system
    or something along those lines so look it up on their website or wherever you find
    it.

  • Vivian Westwood

    After my hair lost it’s natural glow when I dyed it blonde, I began looking for a hair oil to restore its healthy sheen. Not only does the Shielo Hair Oil have a wonderful smell, it made my hair silky soft and gave it a lustrous shine.

    I tried many different hair conditioning products, only to be left disappointed. Many of the other hair oils I tried either did nothing for my hair, or left my hair incredibly greasy. Shielo’s Oil is the first conditioning treatment that has left my hair silky soft and shiny without weighing it down.

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    Natural ingredients used in beauty products are wonderful.

  • http://Madamenoire it’s caramela

    i like posts like these.i’ve been co-washing and using olive oil+honey treats for over a year and it’s improved my hair condition.i s-poo the odd time too.to the o+h treat,i sometimes add coconut and vit e oil.

  • tess

    I really love that womans hair in that pic.

  • Seirra

    It doesn’t say how many tablespoons of milk, anyone know?

  • Love

    After trying the honey treatment i thoroughly enjoyed it helped with dandruff but it was def very sticky, I a natural and i have been for almost two years, i am always open for new natural ways to cleanse the hair

  • SisterSarah

    Food is too expensive to be wasting it on my hair. I think I'd get more benefit just eating the food.

  • Trina

    Are these recommendations for realxed or natural hair?

  • BostonChick

    I am natural have have been for awhile, the honey treatment is great… along with the banana treatment, make sure you wash your hair VERY thoroughly.

  • Britt

    @Kayla
    I cowash and I can say that my hair gets clean; but the key for me is to shampoo periodically (like every other week) with a moisturizing shampoo. I wash my hair weekly, and during the warmer months may have to do twice a week cleansing.

  • JustAshley

    I never even heard of the Bananna treatment. Wow.
    *
    @mike Good advice. Thats why I love co-washing my hair. Basically all you do is put deep conditioner on the hair, let it sit and then rinse it out. No shampoo necessary and it makes your hair soooo soft.

    • Kayla

      i've heard of that before. but does it actually clean and wash the hair

  • Prissy

    I am NOT natural and I use ALL of these things… And if you're feeling a little lazy and don't wanna make your own stuff… Target.. yes TARGET has the best affordable products for Black women's hair.. They even have a Natural/Ethnic section with TONS of different kinds of products. ;-)

  • mike

    From a scientific standpoint, it seems that any moisture giving benefit from the treatments would be reversed as soon as the hair is washed again. Take a shower, apply lotion, then take a shower again – there’s no way the previous application of lotion would still be valid. It seems better to only RINSE the hair after a treatment like this, then following it with a fave conditioner.

  • Lisa K

    I can't wait to try the honey and olive oil!

  • preya

    I really am going to try this NATURAL hair treatment..Can't wait..