honey for natural hair

5 Ways Honey Can Boost Your Deep Conditioners

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Sometimes our hair can get damaged or dried out because of heat styling tools, chemicals or even dyes that we place on it. Even exposing it to cold air and sun might decrease its durability which is why it’s really important to ensure that you use a deep conditioning treatment once in a while. This will help you restore your hair to its natural moisture and state.

Deep conditioning treatments do a lot on their own but sometimes you may want to boost it’s properties to help your hair look great again. Honey is one of the best products that you can find on the market when it comes to boosting the power of your current deep conditioner and there are numerous reasons for that.

1. Humectant properties

Honey is a humectant, so it captures and retains moisture to your hair. While your current deep conditioner does its job nicely, adding some honey will help replenish the moisture a lot faster by adding the necessary minerals and vitamins needed to achieve that result.

2. Anti-irritant properties

When you undergo a deep conditioning treatment you sometimes feel that your scalp is itching. This is most of the time caused by irritations that might appear during the treatment, but thankfully, honey can help in this situation. Honey exfoliates the scalp and aids in fighting irritation caused by the weather or your need to exfoliate your scalp.  Additionally, it can also help with tenderness or hair loss as well.

3. Helps you deal with split ends during the treatment

While undertaking the deep conditioning treatment you might have to deal with split ends. By combining a tablespoon of honey with mayonnaise, an egg, and apply then to the ends of your hair you can remove this problems easily. Honey hair masks can also improve the power of deep conditioners for natural hair, you just have to make sure that you apply it properly.

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4. Nourishes your hair

Thanks to its natural abilities, honey nourishes your hair by bringing all the necessary nutrients it needs in order to stay healthy. This helps deep conditioners do a more effective job of treating your hair and that is why you need to make sure that you add honey into the mix.

5. Soothes the cuticle

Your hair will feel even softer and look even shinier if you add some honey to your deep conditioning treatment. Instead of adding some chemical based add-ons to your conditioner, you can use honey to achieve the same results, only with a much lower cost.

In the end, honey provides you with a great way to boost and extend the power of your deep conditioner. By using honey you will take full advantage of its natural abilities to maintain and keep the health of your hair, so try it in your deep conditioning treatment as soon as possible!

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  1. Great post! I was just thinking about adding honey to my conditioner tonight. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I should definitely look for honey treatment for my dry hair problem.

  3. Marthalynn says:

    I need to do this ASAP! I could use some softening. And I like the idea of not using chemicals. Nice that it’s something I already have on hand, too!

  4. Tamika Edwards says:

    Hey I have a question for you and it’s about hair my daughter got her hair semi colored and my sister put a perm in it like 2 in a half weeks apart it started coming out and I am freaking out I went to the hair salon and the gave her a deep condition and some protein something for strap hair will she be bald headed

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