Mango Deep Conditioner Recipe

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sliced mangos

Mangos are great for supplying natural hair with moisture and slip for detangling. Mangos are largely underrated as a natural ingredient for hair care. Despite that fact, mangos are high in vitamin C and vitamin A. Mangos also have a citrus scent which makes hair care recipes smell good.

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Mango Deep Conditioner is ideal for…
  • hair that is dry, brittle or damaged
  • hair that is frizzy, puffy or tangled
  • hair that is in need of moisture 
Benefits for hair…
  • nourishes hair with vitamin C and A
  • moisturizes and adds shine to hair
  • smoothens hair cuticle
Recipe: Mango Deep Conditioner
Recipe © Love Natural Sunshine, LLC. 2015

¼ cup of Aloe Vera Gel
¼ cup of peeled, chopped Mango
¼ cup of Greek Yogurt
A Drizzle of Agave Nectar
*special note: make sure your mango is ripened before cutting

Recipe Instructions:
Preparation: purchase one mango from your local grocery. Place mango into a paper bag for 1-2 days or until ripened.

In a blender mix the Aloe Vera Gel, chopped mango, and Greek Yogurt together until smooth. Spoon mixture into a bowl. Drizzle Agave Nectar onto top and stir. Mixture should be smooth and a light-orange color. Check mixture for lumps. Drain mixture if there are lumps.

Apply mixture to hair that has been divided into 4-6 twists. Place plastic shower cap over hair. Let deep conditioner sit in hair for 30 min - 1 hour before rinsing.

Tip: Try using mango baby food if there are no fresh mangos at your grocery

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