Ayurvedic Conditioning Custard

Posted on 04 January 2016
Author:Emilia Obiekea

I love Ayurvedic herbs, flowers and everything natural. It's a new year and winter is taking its toll on our strands. When my hair needed a big dose of nourishment I created this diy mask. It is enriched with strengthening and softening ingredients. Check it out.

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Ayurvedic Conditioning Custard

Ingredients:

6 tablespoons of raw aloe gel

2 tablespoons of rose powder

3 tablespoon kalpi tone powder

5-7 drops of peppermint essential oil

1 tablespoon of mustard oil

1/2 a cup to 1 cup of coconut milk (adjust the amount to create your preferred conditioner thickness)

1 tablespoon of Budding Butter Treat

*Kalpi Tone is a nice blend of ayurvedic herbs. It is good for those that do not have many of these herbs or want to buy them. This blend contains: amla, maka, mandoor, japakusum, narangichal, shikaki, kumari, Kapoor kachli, wala, brahmi, methi seeds, khadir, chandan, neem, sitaphal seed and sugandhi dravya.

 

Utensils:

1 plastic/glass bowl and spoon 

1 small pot

a plastic wish

1 glass/ plastic jar 

 

Steps:

Put all powders into a bowl. 

Warm the coconut milk and pour over the powders. Blend very well with whisk until it's smooth. No lumps.

Add the mustard oil, budding butter treat, peppermint essential oil, and aloe. Mix well.

 

Use:

Apply it to freshly washed or dampened hair.

Cover the hair. Leave in for 30 minutes.

Rinse well. Then moisturize and style as normal.

 

Hair is left feeling extra soft, smooth and manageable.

Give it a try and share your experiences.

 

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