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High Protein Scalp Conditioner | Natural Socialite

In Hair, Homemade Mixes on August 19, 2011 at 11:34 am

This high-protein, all-natural hair conditioner will help to dislodge any debris or pollution that may be clogging the tiny openings in your scalp.

This conditioner will also open the tiny openings for better passage of nutrients into your hair. This scalp conditioner also enriches the hair, helping to make it stronger and more lustrous.

Blend together, preferably in an electric blender:

  1. 250 ml (1 cup) fresh skimmed milk
  2. 1 egg yolk (separated from the egg white)
  3. 2 capsules of wheat germ oil contents (you may have to open up capsules & squeeze the contents out)
  4. 1 tablespoon of fresh wheat germ
  5. The contents of 1 tablespoon of lecithin granules (you may need to open capsules)
  6. 1 tablespoon natural wheat brain (available in bulk also)

*Besides the milk and eggs, all other ingredients are most likely to be found at a health food store*

Instructions

Slowly and firmly massage the mixture into your scalp. Leave the mixture on for about 10 minutes. If you cover your head with a shower cap or you drape a towel around your head and lie on a slant board while the conditioner does its work, you will benefit even more because of the gravity effect.

After 10 minutes, completely rinse conditioner from your hair with warm (not hot) water. Follow with your usual shampoo and rinse-out, and follow with a deep or leave-in conditioner.

Its best to apply this recipe in the bathroom because it can get a little messy.

Source: HairBoutique.com

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