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Using Honey in your Natural Hair

Honey treatment for natural hair

Using Honey in your Natural Hair

If you have never tried honey in your natural hair as yet, then what are you waiting for? Honey is a natural humectant and conditioning agent. When I use honey in my hair, I am always left with soft hair. Now, I use honey in my DIY leave-in conditioner and DIY Deep Conditioner and I will never stop. I also do honey scalp and hair treatments. Try for yourself and see what the results are for your natural hair.

Below are a few recommended recipes that I have tried and loved:


Oil and Honey Treatment for Natural Hair

  • Combine honey and coconut oil or olive oil in a bowl
  • Mix and microwave for about 10 to 15 seconds
  • Use your hands or applicator brush and apply it to your hair and scalp
  • Leave it in for 30 minutes then rinse THOROUGHLY with warm water.
    Benefit: Whether as a pre-poo or after shampooing, this treatment leaves your hair very moisturized for a long period and super soft to the touch. It also strengthens your natural hair.

Honey Conditioners

  • Mix honey with your conditioner (equal parts)
  • 3 tablespoon of castor oil
  • Massage and leave it in for 30 minutes then rinse
    Benefit: Soft and strengthened natural hair.

Honey Infused Leave-in Conditioner

  • Fill your spray half full with Aloe Vera Juice
  • Then about 4 tablespoon of honey
  • 2-3 tablespoon of coconut oil
  • 2 drops tea tree oil (optional)
  • Fill the rest of the bottle with water
  • Shake and Voila!
    Benefit: Super shiny natural hair.

Honey Gloss For Natural Hair

  • Apply honey directly to your hair
  • Leave in your 30 minutes then rinse
    Benefit: Super shiny natural hair.

Have you been using Honey in your Natural Hair?


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