Pre-Shampoo Egg Treatment Recipe

Ingredients:

2 eggs

1 tbsp olive oil

1 cup lukewarm water (do not use hot water it will scramble the eggs)

1 tbsp apple cider vinegar

 

Directions:

Beat eggs. Add oil to eggs and beat well. Combine water and apple cider vinegar. Slowly add the water to the egg mixture and combine mixture. Pour mixture into a container. After shampooing, massage all the conditioner into hair, and leave on for a half hour or more under a shower cap, before thoroughly rinsing with room temperature water.

 

Side Note: For added richness, add half an avocado to the mixture.

 

Warning: Do not use hot water while handling this egg mixture.

 

Disclaimer: BlackHair101  does not guarantee that you will achieve the same results as we have by using this recipe on your particular hair.

8 Comments »

  • Miossoty said:

    Hey! Thanx for recipe. Is this pre or post shampooing? Headlines says pre- but the instructions say post.

  • Blujamaican said:

    Do I shampoo first then add the egg mixture?

    • Brenda Barrett said:

      Hey Blujamaican and Miossoty,
      It can be used both pre and post shampoo, I need to adjust instructions. I find that when I do it prior to shampooing, my hair smells better, the shampoo and then the conditioner kills the scent of the egg. However, if you have a really nice smelling conditioner or a strongly scented essential oil, you can do it post shampoo, rinse it out and then leave conditioner on hair, for ten minutes or so, to kill the ‘eggy’ scent.

  • Kelly said:

    Hea brenda I’m little lost on how to use this, what do u mean by pre shampoo can u direct me in how I shud use this. Also can I use this every week when I wash my hair?

    • Brenda Barrett said:

      Pre-shampoo means before shampoo. I cannot make a suggestion not having any information on your hair. Generally, though, it can be used every other week.

  • Chantelle said:

    Brenda, can you co-wash then do this treatment. Because I am planning to do Hot Oil Treatments every two weeks so I would co-wash on the weeks between and then do this recipe.

  • Terika said:

    Can I do this before or after my apple cider vinegar mixture and then go into the shampoo and conditioning?

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