olive oil is good too if you don't want to use coconut oil.
but I've recently tried this new product from Ojon (Sephora sells it). It's 100% Ojon palm-nut oil.
Try this is an over-night deep conditioning: I suggest making sure and massaging it into the scalp and the ends (healthy hair starts at the roots) and combing it through to distribute it evenly. Then put on a shower cap...now this sounds wierd and all, but it'll help activate the product and penetrate it into the folicles as you sleep. The next day, shampoo and you'll feel the difference!
A good size pot is about about $50 and a small one for a bit cheaper. They even have a starter kit incase you're interested. I use their shampoo and conditioner as well and it leaves my hair shiney and managable (I sound like a commercial)...
And I've colored it and blow dry it so deep conditioning regularly is a must.
You can try the over night deep conditioning with most other oils as well if you can't get a hold of the Ojon oil. My suggestion for coconut, olive, etc is to lightly heat it up and massage it into the hair.
Eggs...also an inexpensive and great idea! Ever heard to putting mayo in your hair as well? I've never tried.
Another good idea is a fruit...avacado! The oils from it are supposed to be really good. Get a nice ripe one...at room temp, mash it up into a paste...add your choice of oil and apply as a hair masque.
There are plenty of home-made remedies you can try...maybe even now since you have the ingredients lying around.
Good luck and let us know how it goes.
QUOTE(YoungOne @ Feb 8 2007, 03:05 PM) [snapback]2712695[/snapback]
Now this is a true tip. I'm honest to God that I'm serious on this one. I read somewhere that people get bull sperms in their hair because it's rich on proteins, so shouldn't human sperms do just about the same? Maybe you should try using your own sperm as a conditioner.
IT'S PROTEIN!!! neh?!