If it says “organic” in the product description expect to pay a premium price for that product. If the pricing of organic hair conditioner creates heart problems, you can always choose to make your own organic hair products.
Here are some of the ingredients you will need to make your own organic hair conditioner at home. Eggs, yogurt, fruit, coconut oil, avocados, honey, cider vinegar, chamomile and oils are all essential ingredients in most recipes for organic hair conditioner. The better quality of the ingredients makes better quality products. By using certified organic fruits, vegetables and other ingredients will give you the best results by far.
Due to their organic nature it is best to use your recipes shortly after missing and allow the products to remain on the hair for a few hours to do the job. The extra time is necessary because there are no added chemicals to speed the process along. Since your organic hair conditioner has no preservatives it is important to store any unused portion of the recipe in an air tight container to prevent it from spoiling and getting moldy. You will want to experiment with different fruits to create different scents along with other ingredients to get to the desired effect. There is a product that is sold by a company called Nature Girl Lemon Thyme Cream Rinse. The reviewer gushed about how it squeaked off her hair while leaving the smell that it says it has lingering in her hair.
If you are a citrus person you will want to use various combinations of lemons, limes and grapefruit for that clean citrus smell. If citrus is too strong you can dilute it somewhat by using some aromatic herbs in combination like thyme, rosemary or sage. The key is coming up with a recipe for organic hair conditioner that has a great scent but conditions your hair properly.