Make your own Hair Conditioner

on Aug 14, 2013 @ 02:47 am

DIY Hair Conditioning Spray

The following article was written by
Vanessa Cunningham.

With all that we put our hair through,
it deserves some extra love to help it stay healthy and strong. Keep your locks
luscious with our DIY conditioning spray! Made with coconut oil, this spray
will infuse your hair with healthy nutrients like vitamin E. The great thing
about making it yourself is that you can see exactly what ingredients you're using
and guarantee that the final product is cruelty-free! With simple recipes like
this one, there's absolutely no reason to use any products tested on animals. Instead,
experiment with ingredient combinations and new products until you find the
right ones for you!

Conditioning Spray

2–3 Tbsp. coconut oil (try Trader
Joe's brand)

Spray bottle


  • Add the coconut oil to the
    spray bottle.
  • Fill the rest of the spray bottle
    with warm water (the coconut oil will melt right away) and fasten the top.
    Shake well.
  • Spritz the oil onto damp or dry

4 Replies

Love it! on Oct 19, 2013 @ 09:17 pm

What a great idea..I am gonna give this a try!

Great Diy on Oct 20, 2013 @ 08:20 pm

This is a great diy project, I love doing diy things saves money a major plus in my book

Coconut Oil on Oct 21, 2013 @ 10:29 am

Does anyone know, when coconut oil is mixed with water,will it stay liquid?

Coconut Oil on Oct 21, 2013 @ 11:54 am

I was wondering the same thing Alex....Because my Coconut oil goes all liquid in the summer but solid when its cold....Wondering when the water goes cold if it will clump?But this is a great idea!Coconut oil is so good for the hair.

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