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How to Make an Aromatherapy Detangling Spray for Your Hair

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Written by Dena Bolton   



Intro:  There is nothing worse than trying to comb out wet hair after shampooing.  Instead of spending loads of money on various detangling products for your hair -- products that probably contain harmful chemicals, I might add -- make your own detangling spray using herbal oils.  This detangling spray is especially good for hair that is damaged by the weather and will keep your hair shiny and manageable, plus it smells wonderful!

Step 1:  Add 10 drops each of essential oil of rosemary, chamomile, and ylang ylang and 1 teaspoon jojoba oil to ½ cup water.

Step 2:  Pour into a spray bottle and store in a cool, dark place.

Step 3:  Shake well before using.  Mist your hair 2-3 times and then style as usual.

Tips:

•The oils in this mixture stimulate your scalp's circulation.

•Find essential oils at your local organic or herbal store.

•You might also be interested in learning How to Use Herbs to Enhance the Color of Blonde Hair.

•Ylang ylang is derived from the cananga tree and is frequently used in aromatherapy.  In addition, it is used to normalize the skin's sebum secretions.

Warnings:  Before using, test a small patch of skin and a strain of hair before using.






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