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Avocado Hair Conditioner


Avocado Hair Conditioner is perfect for taming your hair for summer. I have been using the do-it-yourself treatment once a week for several months.  The conditioner has made a huge difference on my hair texture.

Avocado Hair Conditioner:

My hair is no longer brittle or dry and has a nice shine.   I love that it is 100% natural. The Avocado Hair Conditioner is so simple and easy to make.  I also love when I can pick up avocados for $1.00! It makes for an affordable deep conditioner too!  I often look for avocados on manager’s special to use as well.

When not in season I actually freeze avocados to use for the hair treatment and they work great too!  Another way to save money – you know I love that!  The Avocado Hair Conditioner is perfect for Summer.  It seems like with chlorine and sun damage that everyone’s hair seems to be drier than normal.  Hopefully this Avocado Hair Conditioner recipe will help you too!

I apply it and then take 20-30 minutes to read magazines while it is on my head.   I like wrapping my head with saran wrap or using a plastic grocery bag.  It keeps drips from making a mess and the heat adds additional success to the Avocado Hair Conditioner.  I do suggest that you wear an old t-shirt in case you get the Avocado Hair Conditioner on your clothes to protect.  I also suggest that you rinse your hair out in your kitchen sink so that you don’t clog your shower drain.

You may also like this Mayonnaise Hair Treatment too!  It works really well but it is not as natural as this, but it works well too!

Avocado Hair Conditioner Recipe

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Prep Time:5 mins
Total Time:5 mins


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1 egg


  • Mash 1 ripe avocado and add 1 beaten egg
  • Stir together
  • Saturate the mixture on your hair and allow to sit for 15-30 minutes.
  • I like to put a grocery bag on my head or wrap with saran wrap for an added benefit.
  • Rinse well in the sink and then wash and and condition as normal.
Servings: 1
Author: Melissa Jennings

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  1. 4 stars
    thank u for the tips, imma try that and I also use argan oil from pro naturals which is great for hair too. 😀

    1. Hi there Rhiannon.. 🙂 I put in on put it on dry hair if I am going to wash it it out but if I am going to leave it in I put it on wet hair so that my hair absorbs it and doesn’t feel greasy. I would also recommend you get a product called Pro Natural’s moroccan argan oil online because that stuff is the best for damaged hair. It’s not oily and it doesn’t make your hair greasy, you just pump a bit out and comb it through your hair, it makes hair stronger and healthier, plus it helps a ton with the frizz.

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