These homemade conditioner bar recipes are all that you need to pamper your hair with softness and hydrate them after shampooing!
1. Argan Oil Conditioner Bars
These DIY melt-and-pour conditioner bars are spill-proof, which makes them travel-friendly. And it includes a host of hair-conditioning ingredients like silk amino acids, cocoa butter, and argan oil.
2. Orange Blast Solid Bar
This DIY cationic conditioner bar nourishes and moisturizes hair locks with the goodness of silk peptide, shea butter, and orange zest.
3. Homemade Conditioner Bar
4. Lavender Essential Oil Conditioner Bar
These lavender-scented conditioner bars are travel-friendly and keep you fresh throughout the day with a springtime meadow-like smell. Here’s the DIY.
5. Avocado Oil Bar
This homemade conditioner bar keeps flyaway strands in place without giving a greasy, hat-head look. Check out the ingredients and the recipe here.
6. Vanilla Spice Bar
A conditioner recipe cannot get more luxurious than this- filled with emollient butter, hydrolized silk proteins, and vanilla extract. It offers a soft, creamy feel to dull strands, making them soft as cotton.
7. Natural Conditioner Bar
8. Solid Bar with Exotic Oils & Butters
Pamper dull, frizzy hair with these solid, biodegradable conditioning bars including the nourishing goodness of various oils and cocoa butter.
9. Hair Conditioning Bar
This detailed video gives you a beautiful illustration of making a homemade conditioner bar in a single afternoon and with limited supplies.
10. Ginger Lime Solid Bar
The antibacterial properties of ginger along with the fungus-fighting and growth-promoting nature of lime, make these solid bars perfect for conditioning the scalp.
11. Rosemary And Mint Homemade Conditioner Bar
For a fresh feel and a gorgeous look that stays all day, these DIY mint conditioner bars are worth trying.
12. DIY Conditioning Bars with Cleansing Properties
These miniature bars give you squeaky clean stresses without stripping off their natural moisture as it contains elements like cocoa butter and olive oil. Make them with this DIY.
Personalize any of these homemade conditioner bar recipes to nourish your hairs after every shampooing session with natural goodness. You’re most welcome to share some of your conditioner bars recipes in the comment section.