DIY – Amazing Conditioner Bars For All Hair Types

So shea butter is used for hundreds of years for skin and hair and it is known for so many benefits.
Coconut oil is the super ingredient in the natural skin and beauty world lately and does many stuff from killing bacteria to reducing PH.
Cocoa butter is actually very beneficial for our hair and can nourish and heal it.

Add to all of that essential oils and mango butter and you got one of the best recipes we ever seen for conditioner hair bars that will help with dry or oily hair by balancing it, reduce dandruff, hydrate and moisturise the hair, heal and protect from sun damage and more.

Try it now and tell us if you loved it like us 😍

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Ingredients ⭐️

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3 Tbsp.

Shea Butter

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2 Tbsp.

Beeswax

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2 Tbsp.

Cocoa Butter

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2 Tbsp.

Coconut Oil

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2 Tbsp.

Mango Butter

Mango Oil Butter

1 Tsp.

Argan Oil

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1 Tsp.

Avocado Oil

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2 Tbsp.

Lavender Essential Oil

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How To Make 🥣

Step 1

Set a double boiler on your table, add every ingredient inside except from the essential oils. 
Stir thoroughly what’s in the double boiler.

Step 4

Remove the mixture from the heat, and let the mixture cool for a couple of minutes. Add the essential oils and stir well once again in a double boiler.

Step 3

Pour into molds And let it cool until hardened, you can put it in the freezer to speed up the process

How To Use ❓

Rub just a bit of the bars on your hands, then put a small layer of the conditioner all over the hair and massage it well.
For best results leave the conditioner for atleast 10 minutes and wash completly with warm water

Notes 📌

The conditioner bars are sensitive to heat so you can always keep them in the fridge (it will also increase shelf life).
Can be used as a hair mask aswell.

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This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Laurie Gruber

    Mine never solidified. Hours later, when I tried to pop them out of the silicon molds, the bottoms were all mushy. Do you think I could remelt them and add more beeswax?

    1. Marie

      Mine too. Waiting for a reply on this. Also, is the measurement grated beeswax or melted?

    2. Island Team

      Hi laurie, thank for the comment.
      A simple solution would indeed be melting the bars and adding more beeswax according to your needs 😇

  2. Micaela

    What is the shelf life of this product?

    1. Island Team

      Because the bars don’t have water in it, you can keep it in a cool place inside a sealed container, should keep them good for a few months 👌

  3. Christine

    My guess for the not solidifying is the coconut oil. This recipe also seems very heavy on butters and oils. Sadly I don’t think this would work on my fine hair.

    1. Island Team

      Hi!
      We recommend to pay attention to amounts while using this recipe as it is indeed oily. 😉

  4. edith

    What carrier oil can i use in place of avocado oil? Would olive oil or sesame work just as well?

    1. Island Team

      Hi Edith!
      Best solution would be just removing the avocado oil and add coconut oil in the same amount instead 🙂

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