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

Militza Maury | littlegreendot.com
4.53 from 23 votes

Ingredients
  

  • 2 tablespoons natural yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Instructions
 

  • 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.

Notes

For longer hair, just double the amounts of ingredients you use.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

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

Militza xx


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Comments (110)

  • militza
    Dee Powell Reply

    5 stars
    Amazing hair mask I’ve been using it now for awhile and I’m in love with the way it makes my hair feels and it’s cheap so that’s always a plus.
    Thank you so much for passing this mask on to the public.
    Dee: from sunny Florida

  • militza

    4 stars
    This was real nice post. I will get back after trying the recipe.

  • militza
    Kari Reply

    5 stars
    Man o man…. my scalp already revealed this masque to me. I’m 54 and my beautiful youthful happy hair has changed. I started dying my hair instead of using bleach for highlights. My hair loss was 50% . Rats! Then I began with a occasional itch with no flakes and no idea why. In the middle of the night, one time was especially bad, I awoke and my scalp was so itchy it actually made me cry. I refused to appease my scalp by digging my nails in and scratching out more hairs. I applied some coconut oil…nope. I literally poured the bottle of olive oil on my head…nope. So I then was just upset and I could tell my being upset caused my scalp to be more inflamed. To the shower. I put the shampoo on before I got it wet. ( old trick) and I have always used top quality salon product on my hair. Rinsed with water suds again then apple cider vinegar and a cool rinse then I finally got some more sleep. This happened a few more times and I just started to throw away any hair stuff with chemicals into the dumpster. I stopped coloring my hair and after months of looking for no chemical shampoo I finally attained a few. But my scalp needed honey… and yogurt. Instinctively I knew to use them. Honey is good in many medicinal ways. Manuka is best and Greek whole fat yogurt I use both on my face and it is soft and glowing. So I find it is best to use this mask after I wash and clarify and let my hair dry. It’s a day long process but I no longer am shedding like a cat and I think my hair has began to be blonde agin instead of gray silver and white. I read the scalp loses moisture when hair turns gray and the follicles die from various things. So my old school knowledge from the 70s came to mind. Ph balance. With that in mind my entire beauty regiment has easily changed and I make most of my skincare in the kitchen. No more itchy scalp….one awesome thing most people don’t think about is NaPCA. Or sodium PCA. Our skins natural moisture. There is some you can buy and squirt it on your hair scalp and face and body and it is great in place of water when you need to activate a dry ingredient or thin one out.
    I love this hair mask. I have some pretty good conditioners too. Maybe I should blog. I like your content. Thanks for caring enough to share.

  • militza
    Lauren Turney Reply

    5 stars
    Should my hair be wet or dry? I tried dry and it was a bit difficult with the honey hardening in my hair.

  • militza

    5 stars
    Hay, how are you,
    i Hope you will fine!
    i read the blog post really impressive content
    thanks for sharing , i really enjoy,
    i used this method i helpful for me

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