Awesome homemade hair treatment for damaged hair

December 21, 2016

Awesome homemade hair treatment for damaged hair

Damaged hair? We care. At Inverse, we  believe in double take, knockout hair that’s not afraid to shout ‘awesome hair!’ every day of the week.

Here is the perfect recipe to get the most out of natural products with Inverse for deep conditioning.

Ingredients:
• 1 tbsp. of honey (retains moisture)
• 1 tbsp. of coconut oil (smoothing and nourishing)
• 1 egg yolk (high in protein)
• Half a ripe peeled avocado (avocado oil has similar moisturising properties as our own natural oil)
• 4 sectioning clips, bobby pins or hair ties
• Food blender, processor or stick mixer
• 1 mixing bowl
• Shower cap or plastic bag
• Inverse hair conditioning system (for ultimate hydration and to maximise and lock in the benefits of those natural ingredients).

Method:
1. Put all the ingredients into the food processor / bowl of stick mixer and gently pulse until a nice smooth consistency is reached.
2. Next, section your hair into 4 and clip - from the middle of your forehead to the middle of the nape and again, from ear to ear.
3. Begin applying to each section working up from tips to roots. Note - If you have over oily hair, then avoid the roots from about an inch or 2 from the scalp.
4. Wrap your hair into a bun, pin to the top of your head and cover with a shower cap, plastic bag or something similar.
5. Have a rest with a good magazine and tea for 30-40 minutes.
6. Then squeeze as much hair masque out of your hair as possible and proceed to Inverse, pop the core back in the freezer.
7. Next jump in the shower and cleanse your hair as per usual.
8. Towel dry and Inverse again –
All done!

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