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    Default Re: Banana puree for hair is great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hairkay View Post
    It works best with the ripest. Use your frozen ones and remember to sieve/strain it before use.
    Thanks for the tip!

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    Default Re: Banana puree for hair is great!

    Musical Spoons (clicked the wrong reply button)
    Not an expert here, but I just figured it works the same way oils do. Penetrating the shaft etc. While chemical stuff just makes it look good. I heard it on hair vlog, and assumed it was true.
    For example, a trichologist said, menta essential oil is scientifically proven to help new hair growth. I don't think it's the same if you rub it in the scalp as drink the menta tea or eo.
    Not a scientist here,so I'm not sure how the mechanism works.
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    Default Re: Banana puree for hair is great!

    I'm experimenting with homemade stuff, I don't want to use only store-bought products. Chunky banana victim present. I believe I managed a chunk free version later but not entirely sure. XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicalSpoons View Post
    *Looks at thread title*

    Um ... purée?
    😅 Why am I making this so difficult?..

    I agree mixture works as well though, as long as it is mixing two or more things (e.g. banana and water, in this case). Or just liquid, if it's reasonably runny. Mash ... eh, I've never mashed bananas (perfectly fine usage for anything mashed together like that) but I guess you want a smoother consistency than if you were cooking with it.

    Priska what would you call it in your native language?
    I am from Finland and I guess I would call this with name "banaanisose". 🙂 In english language there are so many synonymes that I don't always know which I choose..

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    Default Re: Banana puree for hair is great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Priska View Post
    �� Why am I making this so difficult?..


    I am from Finland and I guess I would call this with name "banaanisose". �� In english language there are so many synonymes that I don't always know which I choose..
    Well, according to Google translate that is literally banana puree.
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    Ok, thanks 😂 (this smilie is so great... 😉&#128077

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    Default Re: Banana puree for hair is great!

    I have used a banana/yogurt mixture for a hair mask before and loved how moisturized my hair was compared to yogurt alone! Going to try a plain banana next and see how well it is on its own 😊

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    Yesterday I tried blending an old frozen (thawed) banana and an avocado near the end of it's life in the blender, it made a smooth mix.
    I left the mix on for about 20 minutes and my hair loved it! So shiny and soft. Next time I'm wrapping it up and leaving it on longer.
    While drying I did find some little flecks of white however they brushed out really easily.

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