Hey guys! Today I have prepared another post for you about natural methods of nourishing your hair – DIY banana hair mask that will nourish and strengthen our strands even in such terrible heat.
I remember this recipe since I was a child, in my home we often made such nourishing masks for face and hair, from products that can always be found in a home refrigerator. It is known that the simplest and most natural are the healthiest for the skin. Today, this method has been a bit forgotten, because it has been replaced by cosmetics that are easier to use and smell nicer. However, I think it is worth recalling this recipe! A banana mask for hair is a great cosmetic that will nourish it, give it shine, smooth it and deeply regenerate it. This hair care treatment is easy to prepare and takes little time. And if we have overripe bananas at home that we don’t know what to do with, DIY is also a great no waste cosmetic. Completely natural and cheap. So if you are curious,
Banana mask for hair – how does it work?
A banana mask is a great cosmetic for hair care. Using it regularly gives brilliant results, comparable to hair oiling. Bananas are a rich source of potassium, vitamins A, C and E. A homemade banana mask will nourish your hair, give it shine, smooth it and deeply regenerate it. This hair care treatment is easy to prepare and takes little time. And if we have overripe bananas at home that we don’t know what to do with, DIY is also a great no waste cosmetic.
Banana mask for hair – recipe how to make
- ripe banana
- 1 teaspoon of honey
- 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon of olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of yogurt or cream
- possibly a tablespoon of potato starch
Time required: 10 min ..
- We prepare and measure the ingredients.The banana must be peeled and cut, and the congealed coconut oil dissolved.
- We mix the banana.Banana is best cut into slices and blended in a blender, because when crushed with a fork leaves pieces on the hair difficult to rinse.
- Mix.In a bowl, mix all the above ingredients thoroughly until they form a thick and compact mass. If it is too thin, you can add starch, which has an additional smoothing effect and thickens the mask without changing its properties.
- We put on the mask.The banana mask can be applied to freshly washed, dry hair or used before washing. We apply the mask to the entire length of the hair and scalp.
- Compress.Then we make a warm compress from foil and a towel, wait at least 20 minutes.
- Washing off the mask.After use, we wash the scalp with a shampoo, because oils could overburden it. At the end of the care, you can use an emollient mask that will wet the cuticles.
The mask is moisturizing and emollient, but after adding yogurt it becomes PEH. The recipe can of course be modified, making this mask more protein-rich, for example by adding an egg or a heumectant with only honey and banana.
The banana hair mask is best used regularly, e.g. once a month for the best results in nourishing and strengthening the hair.
Let me know if you will take up the challenge of trying this DIY mask and how it worked for you!