DIY Protein Punch Conditioner For Dry Damaged Hair

Hair, beautiful hair….till the winter and all it’s joy hits and you end up looking like you stuck your finger in a light socket. The forced heat, the change in the water, less humidity in the air, all lead to a dry static mess.

Like the skin, the hair needs some TLC too and although you may think that eggs and avocados make for a tasty breakfast – they do- they also happen to be an affordable, aaaa-may-zing hair treatment.

A good treatment packed with protein will leave your locks looking luscious all year round. This simple DIY recipe will give your hair the protein punch it needs.

DIY hair mask with eggs and avocado

 

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Protein Punch DIY Conditioner for Dry, Damaged Hair
Recipe quickie
Candice Batista The Eco Hub
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Ingredients
Candice Batista The Eco Hub
Instructions
  1. Mash the two together
  2. The Ritual: Apply to dry hair, massage from top to bottom, give the ends a bit more love
  3. Leave on for 15 minutes
  4. Rinse with room temperature water, shampoo as normal
Recipe Notes

Recommended for: All hair types

Shelf life: Use immediately

 

Avocado oil helps rejuvenate and moisturize the scalp. A rich source of proteins, amino acids, and vitamins, avocado helps soothe the scalp and promotes long, strong, healthy hair growth.

The yolk will work to condition your hair and you can use them as often as you want. The yolk is especially helpful for dry, damaged hair and when used alone or with other ingredients, the treatment will give you shiny, strong, and healthy hair.

If you try this recipe, I’d love to see a photo, tag @candicebatista on social media and use the hashtag #TheEcoHub, I’d love to see your creations.

CONCLUSION: If you have dry damaged hair, I really hope you’ll give this recipe a try. It has 2 powerful ingredients that work really well together. Remember, making the transition to healthy alternatives for your hair and body, takes time, it’s why I offer easy recipes that I feel anyone can do. I’d love to hear from you, do you have a favourite DIY recipe for your hair? Let me know in the comments below.

Candice

Candice Batista is an award winning Environmental Journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates. She has a dual educational background in environmental studies and journalism. Her career spans national and international media outlets, where she has used her background in environmental studies and media & communications to produce and report on various environmental and climate issues for primarily television and digital audiences including Huffington Post, The Globe & Mail, The Weather Network, CityTV, Rogers Television, The Pet Network, iChannel, and CTV, where she is currently the National Eco Expert for the stations number 1 daytime talk show, The Marilyn Denis Show.

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