Published on 15th May 2020
So, we’ve done “spa” treatments for your face and feet – today we’re going to make your hairdresser proud of you (no scissors or dye involved)! Let’s face it, we are all missing our hairdresser during lockdown. We’ve got rampant roots, floppy fringes and sloppy styling!
This gorgeous aromatherapy conditioner won’t sort your roots out, but it will give you shiny, luscious locks that will smell amazing. We’ve used our fractionated coconut oil in this recipe for its powerful moisturising properties; peppermint oil for its fresh, tingly feeling; rosemary oil to help banish dry scalp and promote hair growth; geranium oil to nourish and balance any oiliness; clary sage oil to help eliminate dandruff and, of course, our favourite lavender oil as it is purported to help hair grow thick and fast.
- 3 tablespoons fractionated coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 4 drops peppermint essential oil
- 4 drops rosemary essential oil
- 4 drops geranium essential oil
- 4 drops lavender essential oil
Put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix on medium/high speed for 5 minutes, until you have a thick, creamy consistency.
For best results apply to clean, DRY hair.
Comb through to evenly distribute.
Let it sit 15–20 minutes (now would be a good time to treat your face to our Marvellous Moisturiser).
Rinse, shampoo and style as desired (that’s your hair, not your face!).
Repeat once a week or as often as desired.
Any leftover conditioner can be stored in an airtight container for future use.
The Hairmazing Conditioner makes a lovely gift for someone who you want to cheer up, especially at this difficult time. You can either make it up yourself by ordering the ingredients in our online shop and dispense it into a pretty jar to gift or give the lucky recipient the ingredients along with the link to the recipe and they can have a go themselves!
We always recommend doing a little patch test first, as you should when trying any new hair or skincare product for the first time, particularly if you have sensitive skin. Always mix essential oils with a suitable carrier oil, never apply them directly on to skin.
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