DIY – Hydrating & Moisturizing Deep Conditioning Avocado Hair Mask

Hair-care is often the most neglected part of self-care. Though, you wash your hair and keep it clean, but sometimes that isn’t enough. Likewise skincare, hair-care involves a little grooming, a haircut every few months, and excellent products that keep them looking shiny. 

In addition, lustrous hair provide a good confidence boost in both men and women. Hair is one of the first things you notice about a person, and beautiful hair always leave quite an impression. Also, proper hair care helps prevent hair loss or reduces it.

Why Hair Care is Important?

Hair-care is essential as your hair is a reflection of how your body is receiving nutrients and vitamins. In contrast, damaged hair tell that you need to look into some everyday vitamins or switch up your shampoo. Taking hair-care for granted can lead to the following problems:

Bad Hair Growth:

Factors such as mineral and vitamin deficiencies along with over styling and exposure to heat all lead to slow and stunted hair growth. Also, environmental circumstances such as pollutants from car exhaust all damage hair and make them brittle and dry. Equally important, your hair need protein and vitamins to combat these external factors.

Scalp Problems:

A healthy scalp equals healthy hair. Protecting your scalp against the sun’s rays, keeping it hydrated, investing in hair masks, all go a long way in keeping scalp problems at bay such as flakes, dryness, and itching.


Dandruff is a form of fungus and is troublesome to have. A hydrated and cared for the scalp is a sure way to reduce the development of dandruff.

Overall, hair care should not be taken lightly. Healthy hair, apart from being an indicator of good health, also affect your mood. Subsequently, beautiful hair will always put you in a good mood, and what better way to pamper your hair than by a DIY avocado hair mask. Everything you need is readily available. Further, this hydrating mask is multi-functional and does a lot more than hydrate your hair!

Benefits of Avocado Hair Mask

Hydrates and Moisturizes Hair:

Avocados are the knight in shining armor for dry hair. Also, they are full of vitamins (B6, E, D, A) and have an abundance of proteins. Furthermore, they are also rich in amino acids, folic acid, magnesium, iron, and copper. Besides, the oils in avocados penetrate hair follicles, and deeply moisturize the hair. Avocados are super rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and phyto-sterols. Moreover, they have high levels of antioxidants (vitamin E). Their presence aids in providing moisture and protection against environmental stressors and damage.

Accelerates Hair Growth:

In addition, the presence of vitamins E and B work deeply to strengthen and protect hair. Vitamin E repairs scalp damage, while vitamin B promotes hair growth. Avocados also lock moisture and nourish the hair shaft from roots to strands.

Revitalizes Hair:

Shiny, bouncy hair is every woman’s envy! This mask makes that dream come true. Using this mask every week will make these worries of the past. You’ll be showing of shine, healthy hair in no time!

No More Dryness:

We’ve sung avocados praises of how it has all the right ingredients to moisturize your hair. Avocados help to get rid of dryness, flakes dandruff and in most cases also provide relief against eczema and psoriasis. 

DIY66 deep conditioning avocado hair mask

Ingredients ⭐️

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1 Whole.

Ripe Avocado

Avocado 200x120

2 Tbsp.

Olive Oil

olive oil 200x120

2 Tbsp.


raw honey

3 Drops.

Lavender Essential Oil

lavender essential oil

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How To Make 🥣

Step 1

Take a ripened avocado, peel it and remove the seed. Put it in the blender.

Step 2

Measure the rest of the ingredients and put in a food processor/blender and blend till a smooth, lightened color appears. A hand mixer can also be used if you do not have a blender/food processor. Viola! That’s it for the mask!

How To Use ❓

Firstly, apply the mask to damp hair, from your ends to your roots. Focus on ends. You can massage your scalp as well. After that, clip your hair into a bun and place a shower cap on it. Now, for next 15 minutes provide it with heat from a blow-dryer or better sit in the sun for 30 mins. Lastly, rinse and wash your hair as usual. 

Notes 📌

In case of oily roots, try not to put on a mask on the first inch of your hair from the roots up.

If your hair does not require too much conditioning, do this once a month instead of weekly.

Type 4 hair (thin and limp hair), do not require this mask. So, it is better to avoid, as it will weigh your hair down, giving you a shabby look.

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