DIY Fruit Hair Masks for Healthier Hair by Dax Cooke

You must already know the health benefits of fruits. But did you know that you can also make fruit hair masks at home for healthier, stronger hair? In this guide, Dax Cooke takes you through a few hair masks you can make at home using a few basic ingredients. Not only will these leave your hair feeling shinier, but they will also lead to thicker, more beautiful-looking hair. 

Homemade Fruit Hair Masks by Dax Cooke 

Here are a few homemade fruit hair masks you can try at home for thicker and stronger hair. 

1. Banana, Honey, and Yogurt Mask

Bananas are a great natural conditioner for your hair. If you have dry hair, then this hair mask can definitely work wonders for you. Start by mashing a banana with half a cup of yogurt and a little honey. Give it a good mix till it leaves a very pulpy mixture. Then apply it to your scalp and the ends of your hair and leave it on for around thirty minutes. Then wash it off gently with lukewarm water. This will leave your hair feeling softer and so much more nourished. Try to use this mask twice a week for healthier hair. 

2. Avocado and Mayonnaise Mask

This mask can work wonders for you if you have dry, damaged hair. Cut one avocado into small pieces, and remove the seed and the skin first. Then mash it and add two tablespoons of mayonnaise to this. Next, apply it to your scalp and your hair. Try to let this sit for at least an hour. Then wash it off to see amazing results. Dax Cooke says this is great for damaged hair. If you use this at least two days a week, you will see a significant difference in your hair. 

3. Papaya and Coconut Oil Mask 

Papaya has antioxidants that are great for your hair. It allows for greater sebum production in the hair, which is great for conditioning. To make this mask, blend small pieces of papaya in a blender and mix them with coconut oil. Once a smooth paste forms, apply it generously to your hair. Leave it on for thirty minutes and then wash it off. Dax Cooke advises doing this thrice a month to see visible results. 

4. Orange Juice and Olive Oil Mask 

This is probably one of the least heard-of hair masks. To make this, add some orange juice with olive oil and slowly massage it into your hair. Since this will be a relatively thinner mixture, it won’t stay on your hair like the other masks. You need to massage it deep into the scalp. Do this at least once a week and see how soft it leaves your hair. 

Final Words by Dax Cooke 

All these homemade masks by Dax Cooke are great for your hair. To see great results, be very consistent with these. You will see how this helps you with stronger and more luscious-looking hair. The best part about these is that you can make these with readily available fruits. 

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