Because your mane wishes to be as gentle and shiny as possible. And this coconut cream conditioner will give you that spa-like bounce, naturally. The primary difference between a cream and a conditioner is absolutely the emulsifier used. The emulsifiers make a major difference in the texture, consistency, and overall fitness of the ultimate product. To the very reason, I cannot really recommend by using a different emulsifier, especially with no it attempted that specific emulsifier myself. I don't know if it could leave much feeling on flowing hair or not.
Glycerin is another drinking water soluble ingredient which you can use in place of part of the water element of your conditioner. It helps capture the moisture from the air to keep your hair moisturized, and it also helps with curl definition and frizz lowering! In the case of glycerin, you can definitely get an excessive amount of a very important thing. Not only did it get too sticky if you use too much, but it could also finish up working against you by actually tugging moisture from flowing hair and drying it in extremely dry out weather if used by themselves. (It could actually cause problems for your hair in extremely humid conditions when overdone.) I'd recommend sticking to around 5% of the final weight of your conditioner, and if you are living in an extremely dry out or humid local climate, you may want to consider less than that or leaving it out altogether.
Place the coconut oil and honey in a tiny cup and place the cup in a large bowl of hot water. Allow the cup to be seated in this for a couple of minutes before combinationture is warm. Pour the combineture onto freshly washed but towel blotted hair. Placed on a shower cap, and cover with a towel to prevent mixtureture from dripping onto face. Let it take a seat for 20 minutes, then rinse out 80-90% of the conditioner, and style as usual.
I take advantage of coconut oil in place of the coconut milk with avocado, banana and honey. It has made my mane stronger. I got the idea from those women in the circus that fell. Their hair is strong from the utilization of avocado etc. They may be held up by their wild hair. The hair didn't fail them but it was the thing that their mane was tied to.
I can't actually let you know for a fact that the mane breakage you have is because of overnight deep fitness, but in my estimation, it is something I'd stop doing. I could see how it could make your wild hair super gentle and over-moisturised and make it weaker and eventually break, but I don't see it causing knots. This as probably more regarding manipulation, not detangling properly, not preparing you wild hair to rest, not doing enough defensive or zero-maintenance hairstyles and some other things. To assist you further I would need to know more about your head of hair regimen.