Natural Remedies For Really Dry Hair: DIY Moisturizing Spray

Natural Remedies For Really Dry Hair:  DIY Moisturizing Spray

Looking for a natural hair remedy for really dry hair?  This Do-It-Yourself  moisturizing spray will not disappoint.  According to killakhal you will need to purchase several ingredients that can be found at your local health food store or on amazon.

This is a great natural remedy if you wear any type of twists or locs.

It’s recommended that this natural remedy be used in the morning and at night before bed.

To help make this process easier I am going to list the ingredients that are being used in this video and tell you a little about them and why they are good for your hair.

  • Distilled water or soft water filter -  is the best water to use when creating a spray or products for your hair because it has eliminated the impurities and mineral deposits that is normally found in tap water.  It also helps to keep your products from spoiling as well as deliver better results to your hair because it is soft water.
  • Honey – helps to restore the hair.  It also helps in preventing hair thinning and loss.  Not to mention it makes your hair shine.
  • Juice from a lemon – has many benefits.  To name a few it is great for preventing dandruff and helps to stregthen your hair roots.  Lemon juice is also good for stimulating hair growth.
  • 2 tsp of MSM powder (don’t use too much as it can make hair stiff) – MSM is an organic sulfur compound.  It helps the body to form keratin and helps strengthen the hair.
  • Aloe Vera Gel – Helps promote hair growth and prevent hair loss.  It also helps with dry hair and an itchy scalp.  It’s naturally used as conditioner that brings lifeless hair back to life.
  • Olive Oil – is the truth.  A few benefits of olive oil is it prevents dandruff when used to moisturize the scalp.  Avoid split ends by rubbing on the hair shaft and ends.  It gives you more shine and manageability.
  • Castor Oil – has anti-bacterial and anti-fungicidal properties that help protect your scalp from infection and hair loss.  It also coats the hair and seals in moisture.
  • Coconut Oil – is an excellent conditioner and helps with the regrowth of your hair.  It has lauric acid which is an antimicrobial agent that protects the scalp and prevents hair loss.  Coconut oil has a moisture retaining capability which is excellent for preventing dry brittle hair.
  • Vegetable Glycerin – has strong humectant properties which makes it able to retain moisture.  It strengthens the hair and makes split ends less likely.
  • 10-20 drops of Peppermint Oil – not only is refreshing and relaxing but it is a natural astringent that balances the PH of your scalp.
  • 10-20 drops of Lemongrass Essential Oil  – great aromatherapy treatment and it has antibacterial properties.
  • 10-20 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil – promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss.  It also combats oily hair and scalp.
  • 10 drops of Tea Tree Oil – natural antiseptic, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory oil.  It helps to clarify the scalp and treat oily scalp issues.
  • 5 drops of EMU Oil (a little goes a long way) – encourages hair growth and cellular rejuvenation.
  • 10 drops of Black Seed Oil – still lacks scientific evidence but it contains many of the same properties as the other oils that promote hair growth.
  • 10-20 drops of Jojoba Oil – contains vitamin e and it is a natural hair sealant. It protects the hair from damage of combing and brushing as well as seals in moisture.
  • 10-20 drops of Vitamin E Oil- improves circulation in the scalp and promotes hair growth.  It can make the hair lustrous and healthy.

Hope this is helpful and Stay Naturally Beautiful with these natural remedies for really dry hair.

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2 Comments

  1. aleta says:

    I can’t wait to try it my hair is thick & dry. I’ve taken my dreads out for w while. Thanks for the tip.

  2. shewanner says:

    I have real dry hair but it also absort lots and takes alot oil for my hair.Ho can i try some of your produtt ilook as it may help my process.

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