Nourishing Hair Oil at Home

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Hair can get dry and brittle, especially in the summer months during time outside, swimming or at the beach. Use of harsh chemical products can also damage hair, but this conditioning treatment helps nourish hair and strengthen it.

Try this easy and inexpensive home treatment that will naturally improve your hair. I even use this on my four year old to make her hair more manageable and easier to brush (she is very tender-headed). This recipe is so simple, it is hard to call it a recipe, but it works really well so I thought I’d share it anyway. Please note that it will leave hair oily and need to be washed/rinsed well as to not leave residue.

If you’re looking for other natural hair care recipes, check out my homemade coconut shampoo, DIY Beach Waves Hairspray and Dry Shampoo for Dark or Light Hair.

Nourishing Hair Oil Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil (affiliate)
  • 1 Tablespoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon epsom salt or magnesium flakes (optional- for volume)

How to Make Hair Oil

Combine all ingredients and whisk/blend well (I used an immersion blender). You may have to heat the coconut oil slightly to get it in liquid form. Epsom salt will still be somewhat gritty but will dissolve and work in to hair once applied.

Over a sink or shower, massage oil through the hair and scalp. Put a shower cap on (or old towel) and leave on for up to 30 minutes.

In the shower, rinse well, then shampoo. If still oily, massage a small amount of baking soda through the hair to remove or use dry shampoo after the shower.

Have you ever used oil on your hair? How did it work?

May be you could be interested for other handmade items, like Homemade Coconut ShampooDIY Beach Waves Hairspray or Dry Shampoo for Dark or Light Hair

source: http://wellnessmama.com/8599/nourishing-hair-oil-recipe/

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