Yogurt + Honey Conditioning Hair Mask

Dry, brittle. Can't deal in humidity. Frizzes out if you brush it. If this is your hair, this anti-frizz yogurt + honey hair mask will  be your new favorite! | littlegreendot.com

Dry, brittle. Can’t deal in humidity. Frizzes out if you brush it. If this is your hair, I have just the thing for you. This anti-frizz yogurt and honey hair mask will  be your new favorite!

Here’s what you should know: the main ingredient is yogurt and this is the game changer…

Yogurt and Honey Hair Mask | littlegreendot.com

Most hair treatments recipes are based on oil, but if you have thin hair like me –  you just end up trying to wash oil out of your hair for days. Right!?

That’s why, ever since I tried this mask – I haven’t turned back.

It deeply conditions your hair and leaves it looking happier and shinier. And if it’s not humid out… you might even want to wear it down :)

All I ask is that you try it and let me know what you think.

Yogurt + Honey Conditioning Hair Mask | littlegreendot.com


Ingredient Spotlight – Yogurt and Honey Hair Mask

How is yogurt good for your hair?

Natural yogurt is full of protein, it offers nourishment that our hair needs to grow strong and healthy. It also has fat that moisturises your hair and makes for a great natural conditioner.

Are you trying to grow your hair? Yogurt has lactic acids, which is great for cleansing the scalp and clearing away dead skin cells to help your hair follicles grow.

what to look for: full fat natural yogurt

How is honey good for your hair?

Honey is a humectant, it attracts and retains moisture in your hair. Honey is also an emollient, helping to soften and smoothen. Full of vitamins, it’s also skin food for your scalp.

what to look for: raw honey from a sustainable beekeeper

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DIY Deep Conditioning Yogurt Hair Mask for dry, frizzy hair

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4.41 from 5 votes
 
Author: Militza Maury | littlegreendot.com
Ingredients:
  • 2 tablespoons natural yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
Directions:
  • Combine all of the ingredients together.

  • Work the mask onto your hair, from the scalp to the ends.

  • Give your scalp a good massage - you want the mask to cover your scalp.

  • Leave the mask on for 15 -20 minutes.

  • Wash as normal, but really well! If you use conditioner, just a small amount on the ends will do.

  • Do this treatment once a week to restore and maintain your hair.

Recipe Notes:

For longer hair, just double the amounts of ingredients you use.

I hope you love this hair mask and it makes you feel really good :)

Militza xx


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Comments (47)

  • militza

    Love your remedies. Thanks for sharing. Here is some egg hair mask for amazing hair you can give a look.

  • militza
    Nia Reply

    Should the hair be wet before applying?

  • militza
    Rochelle Reply

    Hi! I wanted to know how long would this mask last if say for example you stock this in the fridge?

  • militza
    Sara Reply

    My hair is thin and curly, on the frizzy side. It breaks and creates knots easily so I thougt a yogourt mask would help but really it didn’t! It was even harder to untangle them after the mask. Not a good idea for my type of hair :(

  • militza
    Yoli Reply

    Hun that means there was yogurt still left ur hair…
    Anyhew i was wo derin if this mask will strip my color from my hair

    militza

    Hi Yoli! The honey in the mask, can lighten hair… I haven’t come across anyone who’s had the color stripped though. Its a small amount, that’s only on for 10-15 minutes… for me it hasn’t effected the color at all. You can also replace the honey with a plant oil, that would work really well too :)

  • militza
    Sarah W. Reply

    I have fine, thin hair. I really liked what the mask did for my hair. After a month of no poo, my hair went crazy. Greasy to dry and frizzy to what the heck!!! Coconut oil, egg wash, olive oil have all been nightmares for my hair. Tried this. I rinsed forever…. scrubbed forever and when it was dry it felt nice and looked great. However, while running an errand, all dolled up because my hair finally looked good, I caught a wiff of something foul. I thought maybe there was rotten food in the car. Turns out it was my hair. It smelled like rotten milk. :( I live 30 mins from town, so there was no turning around. Had to deal with skunk hair for about 4 hours…. maybe will just try honey by itself.

    militza

    Hi Sarah! Oh no! Next time, try it on a day that you’re not going out – and maybe see if washing it out with shampoo takes care of that. I haven’t had this happen, but I can imagine that it was a long four hours for you!! Give it another try, if it worked well for you hair – it’s just a matter of figuring out how to wash out the yogurt fully. Thank for sharing this!!

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