As much as we love to treat our natural hair with deep conditioners, hot oil treatments, steam treatments, etc., we forget that your extensions need love too! Your extensions need extra TLC, merely because they aren’t attached to your scalp and aren’t receiving nutrition from your body. Our hair extensions need vitamins, minerals, moisture, and protein like our natural hair. Here are 15 DIY deep conditioners products for your hair extensions!

DIY Deep Conditioner #1. Hair Mayo Madness

 What I love about this recipe is there is no wrong or right way to mix it!

You will need:

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Tea Tree Oil
  • Castor Oil
  • One Egg
  • Hair Mayo
  • Coconut Oil

Instructions: You can use as much or as little of each ingredient to customize the deep conditioner for your hair extensions. For extra dry and damaged hair, use more oil. If your extensions are not dry and are just a little kinky, use less oil to prevent grease build-up.

 I love to start with three tablespoons of hair mayo, one tablespoon of coconut oil, one teaspoon of tea tree oil, and one egg. Use a fork to mix the ingredients until there are no lumps evenly.

 After you shampoo your extensions, towel-dry the majority of water from the hair, then, use your hands to apply your DIY deep conditioners to the extensions. Comb the mixture through to ensure even distribution. Place your extensions in a plastic bag for 1 hour.

 Thoroughly rinse the hair with warm to hot water and blow-dry.

2. Honey Hydration

 These DIY deep conditioners are great to use on your hair extensions, but don’t be afraid to throw it on your natural hair as well if you have some leftovers! Honey is a fantastic humectant, drawing much-needed moisture to your parched strands.

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You will need:

  • Honey
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

 Instructions: Mix 4 oz (1oz = 29.5ml) of honey with 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Mix thoroughly with a fork until the mixture is smooth. Apply this to freshly shampooed and towel-dried hair. Allow your extensions to a deep condition in a bag for at least an hour before rinsing out.

DIY Deep Conditioner #3. Eggs Protein

 Eggs are a great source of protein for your natural hair and your extensions. If you have color processed your extensions, chances are they need some protein! These DIY deep conditioners are cheap (only 3 eggs) and packs the punch your curls need.

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 Instructions: Crack 3 eggs in a bowl and whisk them until the mixture is completely smooth. Apply this treatment to freshly shampooed and towel-dried extensions. Sit your extensions in a bag and allow them to condition for at least an hour before rinsing. Use your favorite conditioner to co-wash the hair if there is a lingering smell of eggs.

4. Avocado

 Not only does avocado make delicious guacamole, but it is also an amazing deep conditioner! Avocado is a superhero for dry hair. Packed full of vitamins A, D, E, and B6, avocado is also high in protein, amino acids, magnesium, folic acid, and iron. Avocado is also one of the few oils that can penetrate the hair cuticle and truly moisturize your hair!

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You will need:

  • 1 Ripe Hass Avocado
  • Blender

Note: You can use any avocado for this recipe, but I recommend Hass avocados because they are easier to mix.

 Instructions: Peel one avocado and adds the contents to the blender without the seed. Turn the blender on and slowly add water until the avocado becomes a creamy consistency. Pour the mixture into a plastic bowl. Apply the avocado to freshly shampooed hair and rinse thoroughly.

DIY Deep Conditioner #5. Aloe Vera Deep Conditioner

 Aloe vera is incredibly beneficial for your hair extensions, due to its ability to deeply moisturize the hair and add a beautiful shine. Olive oil is an amazing source of vitamins, which strengthens the hair and also adds a natural shine.

You will need:

  • Aloe Vera Gel
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Instructions: Squeeze 6oz of aloe vera gel into a plastic bowl and add a teaspoon of olive oil. Use a fork to whisk until the aloe vera is an even consistency. Apply to freshly washed extensions and rinse thoroughly.

6. Almond Oil Treatment

 Almond oil is rich in vitamins E, A, D, and B, and it also contains proteins that benefit the strength of the hair. This almond oil treatment is great for colored hair extensions because it will restore some of the protein lost from harsh bleaching chemicals.

 Heat up 80 oz of almond oil in the microwave or on a stovetop. Do not heat the oil to high heat, heat the oil to be warm. Using gloves, apply the heated oil to your extensions, focusing on the ends. Place the extensions in a bag and allow them to sit overnight. The next day, shampoo the almond oil out with sulfate-free shampoo and condition as normal.

DIY Deep Conditioner #7. Banana and Avocado

 Banana and avocado are great on their own, but when combined they take your hair to the next level. This DIY deep conditioners is sure to rejuvenate your dry, brittle extensions.

You will need:

  • 1 Hass Avocado
  • 1 Banana
  • An Egg

Double this recipe for long and thick hair.

 Instructions: If you own a blender, add all the ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. If you don’t have a blender, mash the avocado and banana together with a fork and slowly add the egg. Whisk the mixture until it is as smooth as possible. Apply to your extensions from tip to root and allow the hair to sit in a bag for at least an hour before washing with a sulfate-free shampoo.

8. Coconut Creme

 Coconut milk is used around the world as a home remedy to strengthen hair, and it’s no wonder why! Packed with proteins and essential vitamins like C, E, and B12, coconut milk is the perfect remedy for weak and dry hair.

You will need:

  • Canned Coconut Milk
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Honey

Instructions: Add the contents of the coconut milk can into a pan and set the heat to medium. Add 2 tbsp honey and 2 tbs olive oil to the pan and stir. Allow the coconut milk to simmer and the water to evaporate out of the milk for 30 min.

 Post 30 min, the coconut milk should appear similar to condensed milk. Allow the mixture to cool for 10 minutes then transfer to an applicator bottle to easily apply the mixture to your freshly washed extensions. Allow your extensions to the condition in a bag for at least an hour and then rinse.

DIY Deep Conditioner #9. Shea Butter

 Shea butter not only can deeply moisturize your extensions, but it also can deter frizz and mask the look of split ends.

You will need:

  • 1+ 1/3 cup Shea Butter
  • ½ cup of coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil

Instructions: Heat the shea butter in a saucepan until it becomes a liquid form. Mix the olive oil in and allow it to cool for 15-30 minutes. Do not allow the mixture to cool completely. Add the vitamin E oil and whip the mixture until it becomes a mousse-like consistency. Apply this mixture to the hair 15 minutes before you shampoo. Be sure to get the majority of shea butter out to prevent greasy hair.

10. Sesame Seed Oil

 Sesame seed oil is a great ingredient. It can be used to minimize dandruff and itchy scalp. This DIY deep conditioner can work wonders for healing scalp infections and scalp fungus due to its anti-fungal properties that help treat and kill bacteria that may cause dandruff.

You will need:

  • 1 cup plain yogurt
  • ¼ cup sesame seed oil (not toasted sesame seed oil)
  • Two tablespoons of Aloe Vera Gel
  • One tablespoon of olive oil (or any penetrating oil)
  • 2-3 drops peppermint oil or tea tree oil
  • Plastic conditioning cap

Instructions: Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and stir until evenly smooth. Next apply the conditioner to damp or wet hair, cover your hair with a plastic conditioning cap and leave it on for a minimum of one hour. Lastly, rinse out the mixture thoroughly.

DIY Deep Conditioner #11. Simple Yogurt

 Yogurt is not just tasty; it’s also great for your hair! Yogurt offers nourishment and is full of protein to help your hair grow strong and healthy. It also contains lactic acids, which help with cleansing the scalp and removing dead skin cells. This will help your hair follicles grow.

You will need:

  • Yogurt- 1 cup
  • Coconut oil- 1 spoon
  • Castor oil- 1 spoon

Instructions: Whip yogurt thoroughly in a bowl. Next, add the remaining ingredients and blend them well. Apply the yogurt conditioner carefully to your hair and wear a shower cap. Leave it for an hour and then wash it off with water or take a shower.

12. Apple Cider Vinegar & Honey

 Apple cider vinegar is one of those things that has many uses. When mixed with honey, apple cider can act as a deep conditioner for the hair.

You will need:

  • Two tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar
  • One tablespoon Honey
  • 2 cups of water

Instructions: Mix all the ingredients well in a bowl thoroughly. Once you have shampooed your hair, pour this solution on your hair tips; avoid exposing it to the scalp. Do not rinse it any further. Adding water is a critical step in order to dilute the vinegar. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar helps smoothen your hair.

DIY Deep Conditioner #13. Banana For Dry Hair

 Let me tell you first if no one else does, when it comes to treating dry hair, bananas are one of the best-kept secrets. Bananas are rich in vitamins such as Vitamin A and potassium. For this DIY deep conditioner, you will also be using olive oil, which has been frequently used in a lot of these deep conditioners. Olive oil is used to help penetrate and add moisture to dry parched strands. The last and final ingredient is yogurt. Yogurt will provide the hair with a healthy balance of moisture and protein to help soften dry hair strands.

You will need:

  • One ripe banana
  • 2-3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1/4 cup plain yogurt
  • One tablespoon of pure honey
  • Plastic conditioning cap

Instructions: Mix the olive oil and banana in a blender until it is smooth. Next, add the remaining ingredients and mix well until there are no lumps. When using bananas, it can be tough to get all the lumps out. To remove the pieces, pour the mixture through a strainer. This will help to remove any extra lumps or banana pulp that you won’t want to deal with when you apply the conditioner to your hair. Apply the conditioner to wet hair then cover your hair with a plastic conditioning cap. Leave the conditioner on for a minimum of 30 minutes before rinsing it out thoroughly.

14. Jojoba Oil

 Jojoba oil has benefits for hair and skin. The great things about oils are that they can penetrate through the scalp. Jojoba oil can fight fungi and infections in addition to aiding your hair health.

You will need:

  • Jojoba oil- 1 part
  • Distilled Water- 2 parts
  • Peppermint essential oil- 3 drops

Instructions: Mix all the ingredients thoroughly and then put it into a conditioner bottle or container. The mixture will work more like a leave-in conditioner. Spray the conditioner on wet hair and rub it in! Your hair will feel fresh and shiny.

DIY Deep Conditioner #15. Aloe & Lemon

 Would you put lemon juice on your hair? Although lemon juice is acidic which can seem harsh for your hair, when you add aloe vera it balances out. Aloe vera helps stimulate hair growth while adding shine to hair. It helps restore the pH balance of the hair.

You will need:

  • One tablespoon of Lemon Juice
  • 4 tablespoons of Aloe Vera Gel

Instructions: Take one tablespoon of lemon juice and at least four tablespoons of aloe vera gel in a bowl and mix them well. Apply it to your shampooed hair and wait for five minutes. Lastly, rinse it off with lukewarm water.

Which Will You Choose?

 Now that you have natural, affordable, and effective deep-conditioning remedies for your hair extensions, which one will you try first? Remember all of these recipes can be edited to meet your personal needs. Double the deep conditioner recipes for extra long or thick hair. Do you know any DIY deep conditioners? Comment below for AZ Hair!

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