Ghee is Loaded with antioxidants and fatty acids that make it easily absorbable into the scalp. It is capable of deep conditioning and repairing dry, frizzy, damaged hair.
Ghee is very good hair conditioner. But when we are talking about ghee it should be pure, not salty one. So try to make ghee at home or if you are purchasing it from market then it should be pure ghee. If you are using any home made conditioner you just need to add it to conditioner and apply it on your scalp and leave it for some time. After that wash it with lukewarm water.
It left my hair incredibly soft and moisturized more so than when I just used my traditional conditioner and the softness lasted a few days which is not a norm for my extremely coarse hair.
It is very cheap and there are no side effects also.
Dry, coarse hair means lots of split ends. But with the help of ghee, you can easily fight against this common issue. Warm it up a little and apply to the ends of your tresses. After an hour or so, rinse with a mild shampoo and cold water.
Another use of ghee is that you can also improve the texture of your hair drastically by applying ghee to it in a regular manner. It will impart great smoothness, extra shine and beautiful bounce to your locks.