Posted by The Kid (other posts) on July 07, 2018 at 08:14:31 Previous Next
In Reply to: Natural oil fix posted by The Kid on July 07, 2018 at 02:06:48:
: Well, almost 7 weeks ago I put down the hair dryer because my hair was sdo damaged that it was breaking and very frizzy. I also started spraying different natural oils mixed with water in my hair. My hair soaked it up and it never looked greasy but the frizzies were gone and the oils started repairing the damage I had done to my hair over years.
: So what oils did I use-only natural and preferably organic oils and 100% pure. Coconut, jojoba, argan and extra virgin olive oil. I have 3 spray bottles and mix them with water but don't mix all the oils together. Here's a list of the bottles:
: Bottle 1: 1/2 coconut oil & 1/2 water
: Bottle 2: 3 tsp. jojoba oil, 1 tsp argan oil,1/2 tsp. coconut oil, 4 tsp water
: Bottle 3: 3 tsp extra virgin olive oil, 1 tsp argan oil,1/2 tsp. coconut oil, 1/2 tsp. peppermint oil, 5 tsp water
: Use a little of one of the bottles each day and spray on the ends of your hair and not on the scalp. Your natural scalp oil (sebum) will oil hair on the head/scalp. Shake the bottle up as water and oil won't stay mixed very long.
: The coconut oil is organic baking oil that right now is a liquid because it's so hot here but when under 76 degrees F it turns into a white paste. Not sure if it will do that when mixed with water. This may not be good during the winter.
: I've read that oil on the hair ends help protect it so that it won't break so easily and reach a longer terminal length.
: What other natural oils have you guys found is good for the hair??
Careful with that peppermint oil. I just wanted to scent the olive oil so people didn't smell like a pizza but that peppermint oil is concentrated so maybe only a drop or 2 and watch your eyes.