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Avocado Hair Mask Recipe

avocado hair mask recipe

This avocado hair mask recipe is the perfect way to boost your hair back to health. It’s packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that infuse your locks with everything they need to look smooth and shiny.

My avocado hair mask recipe is super simple to make and 100% natural… And you probably already have everything you need in your kitchen cupboards. I also prefer to wash my hair with sulfate free shampoos to make sure I’m not drying out my hair with harsh chemicals. You can check out my article on the best sulfate free shampoos to find out more.

Here are all the ingredients you’ll need with their benefits:

Avocado

Avocado Using avocado in a hair mask can help make your strands shiny, soft and silky. It is packed with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and protein to encourage healthy, vibrant-looking hair. Massaging avocado into your scalp can help unclog blocked hair follicles. Additionally it promotes new hair growth and provides a deep moisturization. Healthy hair begins with a healthy scalp. So it’s important not to overlook this area of your body and provide it with plenty of beneficial nutrients.

Banana

If you long for hair that’s soft, smooth and shiny, go grab a banana and whip up this moisturizing hair mask. It’s a rich source of potassium, which can help strengthen and thicken fine hair. Banana makes an excellent addition to many hair, skin and beauty treatments. Its natural oils help to soften hair and protect its natural elasticity. This means it’s easier to work through tangles and avoid styling damage and breakage.

Coconut Milk

You can use coconut milk as a natural conditioner and detangler to help leave your locks feeling silky smooth. It’s a healthy source of saturated fatty acids and contains Vitamins B1, B3, B5, B6, C and E. It has excellent moisturizing properties and provides a cooling sensation on your scalp. Coconut milk soothes dry, irritated skin and to treat minor scalp infections naturally.

Coconut Oil 

The high content of fatty acids in coconut oil means it can penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize from within. It naturally replenishes hair, adds volume and improves moisture and shine.
Coconut oil has natural anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. It’s ideal for healing itchy, flaky, dandruff-prone skin. It can also help your hair grow longer, thicker and at a faster rate

Olive Oil

Olive oil is rich in Vitamins A, E and antioxidants. It can help hydrate hair that feels dry, brittle and prone to split ends. It can provide a quick fix to tame and smooth frizz and flyaways, and promotes healthier hair in the long run.
Its chemical elements include oleic acid, palmitic acid and squalene. These are all natural emollients to help soften and add shine, body and resilience.

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Avocado Hair Mask Recipe

1 Avocado
1/2 banana
3 1/2 TBS coconut milk
2 TBS coconut oil
1 TBS olive oil

Blend all the ingredients together to make a smooth paste. Apply the mixture all over your hair, making sure you work all the way down to the ends. Massage it into your scalp for a few minutes so your scalp absorbs the nutrients.

Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. You can leave it on for longer if you like, but it’s best not to let the mask dry completely as it will be difficult to rinse out.

Wash your hair with a gentle shampoo which is preferably organic or sulfate free. You can use your normal conditioner if you like, but it should already feel easier to detangle.

Once it’s dry, your hair should feel silky soft and look beautifully vibrant.

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avocado hair mask recipeAbout The Author: Louisa Rose is from Cologne, Germany. She runs Body Health Love, where she blogs about health and beauty advice for young women.

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