Why make conditioner at home? Why can’t you buy it from the market?
Of course, you can. And now there’s an endless choice of conditioning products in the market.
Pick a shiny bottle of creamy goodness and slather it on your hair, rinse out, and your hair is left happy, healthy and in excellent condition. If you have found a bottle of conditioner that delivers this promise, you are winning the hair game.
Sadly, the ending is not happy for everyone. The store-bought conditioner with synthetic fragrances, preservatives, and silicone can often lead to an itchy, flaky scalp and dull, limp hair.
Yes, you can choose a conditioner made with natural ingredients.
But it can still have preservatives, alcohol, emulsifier, surfactant, fragrance and other stuff which your hair and scalp may not like.
If you are like me, whose hair detests every conditioner in the market, you can take the help of herbal hair rinses. (I also pre-condition my hair with oil, which also makes a big difference in the health and shine of my hair.)
Herbal Hair Rinses are nutrient-rich infusions made with herbs, such as chamomile, hibiscus, rosemary etc.
Depending on the herb you use, it will nourish hair roots, enhances softness and shine, add volume, remedy dryness as well as help with hair loss.
Natural hair rinses are simple to make, like making a cup of tea.
So which herb is best for your hair?
And how to make it?
Find out here: 4 Hair Rinses for Glorious Shine, Conditioning and Hair Growth