Here is a natural recipe for tangled hair. It works very well for kid’s hair and fine hair quality. This recipe can be done without essential oils, but I like lavender for this. Vegetable glycerin gives little structure for the hair.
Essential oils are best to be stored in glass bottle in the dark. I use plastic little spray bottle for this and make a new batch every few weeks. Shake before use.
- 10 tea spoons of distilled water
- 1 tea-spoon of vegetable glycerin
- 5 drops of lavender oil
- 2 drops of coconut oil
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My own hair used to got greasy very quickly before. I used to wash it very often and I used chemical shampoos. Than I started to cut down the amount of washing and I left the chemical shampoos all together. It has balanced out my scalp a lot! Because I don’t use chemical hair products, except on a rare occasion, I don’t even have a need for a heavier wash.
When you are used to chemical shampoos, your hair gets different when you leave them out. So you need to be patient with the “rehab process”! 🙂 It gets worse, before it gets better! This also happened to me for few weeks. My hair was down a lot! 🙂 Usually now I rinse my hair and scalp with warm water. You can get good natural shampoos and conditioners (some are soap bars, where there is less packaging needed) from Lush, if you don’t feel like making your own!
DIY conditioner for dry, flaky or red scalp:
2 drops of geranium/lavender oil
1 drop sandal wood oil
2,5 tea-spoon of olive oil
Massage and rinse well!!
DIY Shampoo for greasy scalp:
3 drops of cypress oil
2 drops of rosemary oil
2 drops of lemon oil
5 tea-spoon of castile soap (f.e Dr Bronner’s baby or DoTerra’s cleaning concentrate)