Banana Olive Oil Hair Mask for Damaged Hair

Updated on November 11, 2015
Olive oil is not only a great conditioner, but also repairs damaged hair shafts. This banana olive oil hair mask will add shine, volume and silkiness to dull hair!
Olive oil is not only a great conditioner, but also repairs damaged hair shafts. This banana olive oil hair mask will add shine, volume and silkiness to dull hair! | Source

Is your hair damaged due to heat styling, sun exposure, harsh chemicals in shampoo and swimming pools? Then you definitely need a deeply moisturizing hair treatment to naturally return the shine back to your hair, repair dull strands and split ends as well as nourish your hair with fresh nutrients. This banana olive oil hair mask is a simple, homemade remedy that is full of nutrients, as shown below:

How to make a banana and olive oil hair mask

It's simple really, you only need banana and olive oil to make this amazing hair mask for damaged locks. It's important to combine the ingredients thoroughly for best results. The banana should be blended into a smooth puree with no lumps. Use this hair mask once a week to restore damaged hair back to its former lustre. You can store excess hair mask for up to a week in the refrigerator, but if its starts smelling funky, throw it away.

Ingredients
Benefits for Hair
Banana
Hydrates and moisturizes dull, damaged and dry hair, rich in vitamins and minerals like potassium, which strengthen dull looks, balances pH of scalp.
Olive Oil
Oldest pressed oil known to mankind, rich in healthy fats and vitamin E, which makes hair sleek and shiny, deeply conditions, hydrates and moisturizes hair locks. Heals breaking hair and split ends.
Table showing some of the benefits of banana and olive oil hair mask.
With this hair mask, I actually noticed a great difference in my hair the day after!
With this hair mask, I actually noticed a great difference in my hair the day after! | Source

Ingredients used in this hair mask

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

Directions to prepare hair mask

  1. Get your ripe banana and extra virgin olive oil ready.
  2. Now into a blender, throw in your ripe banana (roughly chopped) and grind to a smooth, lump-free puree. This is crucial because you do not want to end up with lumps in your hair.
  3. Open up the blender and add your olive oil into the pureed banana. Give it another whirl in the blender. You will now have a really frothy and creamy hair mask that smells absolutely divine!
  4. Your banana olive oil hair mask is now ready for application! Get into the shower, wet your hair and use your fingers to apply the hair mask evenly through your hair strands and scalp as well. Allow it to sit for 10 - 15 minutes. Then rinse off thoroughly to reveal hydrated and conditioned, shiny hair!

You could add milk to make your hair mask more creamy, as milk is also a great conditioner. But this is totally optional.
You could add milk to make your hair mask more creamy, as milk is also a great conditioner. But this is totally optional. | Source

Useful Tips


1. Make sure you wet your hair evenly before applying the hair mask as this will make the mask stick to your hair better as well as make it easy to apply.
2. Use a shower cap to prevent the mask from dripping onto your body or clothes. This way, you can be moving around the house doing chores etc and keep the mask on for up to 30 minutes too!
3. Always choose fresh and preferably organic ingredients to apply to your skin and hair for long lasting beauty until old age.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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      nata 

      9 months ago

      i really felt that this mask was much helpful even for my 8 year old one.She has very bad hairfall but not now.Just 2 times a week,5 weeks minimum 3 months approx.

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      tanya 

      2 years ago

      The Shielo Intensive Hair mask is great like @aestheticx said. I have really hard water and it seems to be the only one that works. My hair is soft again. Be careful of HARD WATER!

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      sara 

      2 years ago

      You know that hair fall is normal matter for every man and woman, but excess hair fall is bad for life, it makes our life unhappy. But if you take some step for that then you can get good results for your problem

      http://health-vision-for-all.blogspot.com/2012/03/...

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      Ruchi Urvashi 

      4 years ago from Singapore

      Beautiful pictures and well written, nice recipe for hair mask.

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      Johnd484 

      4 years ago

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      Carlon Michelle 

      4 years ago from USA

      This was well researched and interesting. The images were beautiful. Thanks for presenting such good information in a lovely manner.

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      Ashraf hassan 

      4 years ago from United States

      very good idea

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