Coconut Deep Conditioner (for Protein Sensitive Hair)

Ever try using a protein rich conditioner, but instead of your hair feeling stronger and moisturized, it feels brittle, a bit dry,  or easily breaks. Most likely your hair is a protein sensitive.

This Coconut Deep Conditioner is great for protein sensitive hair. It can also used for Bananas and Coconut Milk have low amounts of protein and they are great for adding moisture and shine.

Now some naturals that are protein sensitive enjoy using this treatment, but everyone’s hair is different. I would suggest testing a small patch on your hair to see how this  conditioner works in your hair.

I’ve used this coconut deep conditioner in my hair several times and my hair is left moisturized and  shiny.

Ingredients:

1 Banana

1/2 can Coconut Milk

1 cup Aloe Vera Juice

2 Tbsp  Olive Oil

1 Tbsp Argan Oil (Optional)

Directions:

Mix all the ingredients in a microwave safe dish. Heat to just warm. On wet hair apply the mixture covering all your strands.  Leave on for 30-40 minutes.  Then rinse.

****If your hair is sensitive to coconut milk or oil then replace the coconut milk with goat milk. Goat Milk contains natural Lactic Acid, which also contributes to a stabilized, gentle PH level. The PH levels of goat milk may promote healthy hair,  by enabling the composition of proteins that penetrates the scalp and  soothes the follicle. Long-term application may significantly improve hair softness and moisture. 

Give it a try and in the comment section below give this conditioner a rate and review

1 -DIDN’T LIKE to 5- WORKS VERY WELL

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