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DIY Low-Porosity Friendly Protein Hair Treatment

What's a Protein Treatment:

A protein treatment is a conditioner that add strength and resiliency to damaged hair by attaching hydrolyzed proteins. That way your hair gets stronger, and is less likely to be damaged in the future. There are tons of different protein treatments on the market but I’m going to show you a more natural alternative for a protein treatment using things you might already have at home.

Signs You Need a Good Protein Treatment:

  • Low elasticity: If your hair does not spring back to its natural state or curl pattern when you pull on your freshly moisturized hair.

  • Getting a Limp, stringy or gummy reaction when hair is wet.

  • Extreme dryness and breakage.

  • If your hair has recently been chemically treated, trimmed, or heat-treated.

Give your hair a check now that you know the signs!

Great Protein Treatment Products:

1. Aphogee Two-Step Protein Treatment

2. Shea Moisture Manuka Honey & Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein Power Treatment

3. Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil Protein Conditioner

4. Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Treatment Masque

DIY Protein Treatment Recipe:

  • 1 Cup of Aloe Vera Plant

  • 2 tbsp raw organic honey

  • 1 egg

  • 1 Avocados


  • Separate Aloe Vera gel from plant. Chop it up into cube pieces.

  • Chop Avocado into cubed pieces .

  • Combine and mix all ingredients in a blender

  • Apply to hair post shampoo and leave on for 20 - 30 minutes with heat. 45 minutes without heat. Use this treatment once a month.

Benefits of Each Ingredient:

  • Eggs are a good source of protein for hair.

  • Avocados are a healthy source of protein for the hair. It also, moisturizes the hair with its natural oils.

  • Honey acts as a humectant and seals in moisture

  • Aloe Vera Gel provides various moisturizing benefits. In addition, It is made up of 96% water, protein containing 18-20 amino acids, vitamins A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E, certain organic and inorganic compounds.

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