Coconut Milk Leave in Conditioner Spray 1/2 cup Coconut Milk 1 cup distilled water 1tsp of vitamin E oil (optional) Few drops of lavender oil or any other essential oil Mix it all in a spray bottle and mist it all over your hair. The homemade all natural leave in conditioner will not only keep your hair soft, shiny and moisturized but will also treat any hair problems naturally.
Coconut is the Swiss Army Knife of beauty products Its oil can be used to make this three-ingredient shampoo bar, homemade deodorant, tooth whitener, lotion bars, and even shaving cream. Oh, and body butter. (And, hey, you can just rub it on as a lovely body oil.) But as a leave-in conditioner? Yeah, not so much [&hellip
DIY Coconut milk hair mask--this is my go to DIY moisturizing mask right now (2x a winner so far)! Coconut milk, lots of evoo, grapeseed & castor oil, honey, lavender essential oil, & ACV. Xanthan gum thickens & adds more slip, moisture.
Who doesn’t love silky, shiny, bouncy and soft hair? No one desires dry, damaged frizzy hair. Those having fine hair are more likely to get their hair damaged. Hair can get damaged easily, but it takes somewhat longer time to repair it. But how do you repair it? Bleach, perming, straightening, expensive
The only oils on this list I don't have in my collection are the macadamia, mustard and hemp. Last night, I bought cans of Trader Joe's coconut milk, because it's preservative free and the cans are not BPA lined, for a new recipe of henna glosses. I'm using Minimalist Beauty's recipe, which calls for Godrej Nupur Henna with 9 herbs, coconut milk and Hemp oil. So, it was my intention to pick up hemp oil this week anyway. I've been thinking about macadamia oil for my bath oil blend for skin…