Friday, December 27, 2013

Natural Hair | DIY Goat Milk Conditioner



Today's DIY Homemade treatment is the "Goat Milk Conditioner". I learnt about this treatment from Shelli of  Hairscapades blog.

Goat Milk has a lot of benefit to hair. Here are some that Hairscapades shared on her blog post:

via Black Hair 101
Goat Milk Hair Benefits:
  • Make hair soft and manageable.
  • Good for dry scalp and especially for dandruff conditions.
  • Softens hair and smoothes out nicks or scratches across the hair strand.
  • Makes scalp healthier and less prone to dryness.
  • When added to other moisture rich ingredients can make hair moisturized and pliable and extremely healthy.
Goat milk can be added to shampoos, conditioners or used with other nutritious ingredients as a deep conditioner or with tea as a rinse or added to your shea, mango or cocoa butter preparations for hair and skin.

Watch how to prepare and use Goat Milk Conditioner.

4 comments:

  1. Did I miss something or did you not heat the mixture at all? Did you skip this step because you used the heated towel?

    By the ingredients I can tell this is very moisturizing. I've never heard of guar gum, though. What does it do?

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    1. No, girl... you did not miss anything. I did not heat up the products. I just mix them, apply to my hair. I used a heated towel to encourage more heat into my hair cuticle. I could have skipped that and used just a plastic cap with a thick beanie.

      Guar Gum is a thickener and it also has some conditioning properties.

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