If you can't use coconut oil all the time, a little coconut milk can also be a effective replacement.
Coconut milk is rich in vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, which make your hair healthy, shiny, smooth while stimulating hair growth.
If you have the habit of using coconut oil as hair treatment, you will feel quite annoying when the weather is cold, because coconut oil will harden as fat. At this point, a little coconut milk can also be a effective replacement.
1. Coconut milk shampoo
Just mix coconut milk with normal shampoo with 2:1 ratio, you will have a mixture of super-moisturizing shampoo.
Wash your hair with this mixture frequently during cold season, you will always have soft, smooth and fragrant hair without conditioner or other hair care products.
2. Coconut milk conditioner
If you do not like to mix shampoo with coconut milk, you can also use coconut milk as conditioner. Mix coconut milk with conditioner at the ratio of 1: 1 and massage on your hair. Unlike normal conditioners, you can apply this mixtures directly to your scalp without fear of broken hair or hair loss.
After about 5 minutes, you can rinse with water. You hair will be softer, silkier than usual.
3. Hair incubation with coconut milk
Coconut oil can also be a very effective hair treatment. Mix 6 tablespoons of coconut milk with 6 tablespoons of honey, then use a comb soaked in this mixture to brush your hair evenly. Use a shower cap incubating for 30 minutes, then wash your hair with shampoo like normal without conditioner.
Coconut milk combined with honey will create effective moisturizing layer for your hair, making it softer.
4. Coconut milk hair spray
Mix 1/2 cup of water with 1 tablespoon of coconut milk, 1 capsule of vitamin E and a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Pour this mixture into a spray bottle and spray on your hair before styling with dryer for long-lasting style and strong hair.
Since coconut can not stay fresh for long, after using, you should store it in the refrigerator for longer and better storage.
By: Emma Lane