Flaxseed Hair Conditioner

Updated: Aug 08, 2019

Flaxseed Hair Conditioner
General Information
  • DifficultyEasy
  • Estimated Time5 minutes
  • YieldAbout 1 cup
  • Form of UseTopical


  • Flax
  • Water
  • 1/4 cup of Flax (seeds)
  • 1 cup of Water (distilled)


Many people might not know that flaxseed is not only an important part of one's diet, but also an effective ingredient inhome beauty remedies. Its richness of vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids help nourish hair follicles and scalp, thus strengthening the hair, making it less prone to breakage, and stimulating its growth. When used regular, this easy flaxseed leave conditioner will leave your hair looking shiny and well-nourished.

  1. Place the flax seeds into a pot with distilled water. Bring it to a boil.(3 minutes)
  2. Once boiling, take it off the stove and strain the mixture, reserving the liquid.(2 minutes)
  3. Transfer the liquid to a jar and set aside to cool before putting in the refrigerator for storage.

After straining your flaxseed leave-in conditioner, you may add a teaspoon of coconut oil and 5-10 drops of your preferred essential oil for extra nutrition.

This natural conditioner well gelatinize and thicken as it cools. Once you have washed and conditioned your hair, place a small amount of the conditioner in your hand and rub it between your palms. Then massage it throughout your hair and scalp without rinsing it.