Conditioner

Bangalore, India
March 4, 2009 2:52am CST
Hi friends please suggest me some natural conditioners for my hairs. My hairs are very dry.
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9 responses
25 Mar 09
try the aussie formula range - it was recommended to me by a friend and it is awesome - works so well, even after one use, and its not expensive either - try getting if off ebay if you can't buy it where you live!!
• Bangalore, India
26 Mar 09
hi I dont think I will get it in my place.. Thanks for sharing happy myloting..
@eshaan (6193)
• India
19 Mar 09
i dont know much about conditioners (natural , i mean)they differ by nature of hair, u may try curd i think, before washing apply it to the scalp and then keep it for 15-20 minutes, that will make the hair soft and silky or also u may try egg.
• Bangalore, India
20 Mar 09
Happy myloting.
• Hong Kong
14 Mar 09
If you don't mind making your own conditioner, I would recommend you to try this one: Coming up for Roses: http://beauty-tricks.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=965 It's really easy and natural and it moisturizes your hair and scalp nicely too.
• Bangalore, India
14 Mar 09
Hi I think its really nice I will try it out. happy myloting.
@diansinta (7550)
• Indonesia
5 Mar 09
Hi there chaitra001 dear, My suggestion is coconut milk. It will help your hair strong, shiny black I can quarantee that cause its my moms recipe. her age is now 53 years, but only small part is getting white. her hair also a lots. She use the coconut milk 1 hour befor doing syampoo. Happy posting always, oxox'dian from Bali island Indonesia.
• Bangalore, India
6 Mar 09
Thanks for sharing dear I will try out coconut milk next time. Happy myloting.
@bombshell (11266)
• Germany
5 Mar 09
i dont use condtioner but i use a hair massage 3x weekor use avacado to massage your hair
• Bangalore, India
6 Mar 09
Thanks for sharing happy myloting.
@elghrasya (502)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
I will recommend creamsilk conditioner but if there is no available product like this in your place just use any hot oil cream and use it as an alternative of conditioner. But be careful in using hot oil cream or just use it 3 times a week. happy mylotting..
• Bangalore, India
5 Mar 09
I dont think I will get any ways thanks for suggestions happy myloting.
• United States
4 Mar 09
I know you really want some natural homemade conditioners but I for one have never had any luck at them. My hair is very fine and gets dry and split ends really easy but for the past 6 month ive been using Garnier Fructis Fortifying Deep Conditioner 2-3 times a week and my hair is so much softer, shinier, and just completely healthy. Its says it does contain natural ingredients from fruit, however i dont know my ingredients very well so I would suggest you check it out next time your at a store just to see if it might be anything you would consider trying. I love the stuff! As well as the deep conditioning treatments i also do hot oil treatments once a month. That too also helps with the dryness, however i wouldnt recommend doing it more then once a month if you have naturally oily hair.
• Bangalore, India
5 Mar 09
Thanks for sharing happy myloting.
@atish19 (180)
• Mauritius
4 Mar 09
Why don't you use the herbal hair conditioner?
• Bangalore, India
4 Mar 09
I dont think they contain real herbs I suspect they might use some chemicals so want to have home made conditioner.
@pickwick (858)
• India
4 Mar 09
Try mayonnaise as conditioner.It has eggs, lemon and oil.Just microwave mayonniase and apply on hair.leave it for half an hour.The wrap a towel which has been dipped in hot water and squeezed.Then shampoo it.I tried and am very happy with the result.If avacado can be added in equal quantity it will work wonders.
• Bangalore, India
4 Mar 09
Thanks for sharing happy myloting. I dont know whether I will get mayonaise in my place. Let me try but it has eggs? then its difficult for me to use it I am vegetarian lol.