Make Your Own – Hydrating Honey Hair Mask

Make Your Own – Hydrating Honey Hair Mask

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This Hydrating Honey Hair mask packs an amazing nourishing punch! I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I have. You’ll have to let me know if you try it. I’ve outlined the benefits of each ingredient below. <3

Make Your Own – Hydrating Honey Hair Mask

What You’ll Need

3 tsp – Honey: Honey helps to Shine & Soften, improves Scalp Health, & Promotes Growth.

2 tsp – Coconut Oil: Rich in Vitamins & Minerals, Strengthens Hair, Fights Against Premature Aging, Baldness & Hair Loss. Nourishes Dry Scalp & Dandruff, Repairs Damage & Split Ends, Softens & Adds Shine.

2 tsp –Extra Virgin Olive Oil: Rich in Antioxidants, Stimulates Follicles which can Result in Thicker Strands. Moisturizes, Dandruff Control, Fights DHT Production (Hair Loss)

5 drops –Lavender Oil: Hair Growth, Prevents Hair Loss, Clears up Dandruff, & Psoriasis. Enhances Blood Circulation improving Scalp Health & Hair Re-Growth.

3-5 drops – Peppermint Oil: Stimulates Hair Follicles, Prevents Hair Loss, Promotes Hair Growth, Moisturizes, Reduces Dandruff & Dry Scalp. Helps Regulate & Restore Natural Oil Production.

This recipe makes enough for one application.

  • Soften Coconut Oil in a mixing bowl. Spoon in honey olive oil, & essential oils mix together well.
  • Apply like conditioner to wet / washed hair. Massage into scalp and all throughout strands. You can bring this in the bath or shower with you. Leave on for 5-30 minutes to fully enjoy the nourishing benefits. If you want to leave it on overnight you should wrap your head in a towel or shower cap to avoid getting everything sticky. ^_^ Rinse thoroughly or repeat wash & condition.

*It may be wise to test a small patch on your scalp first as peppermint oil can be spicy. Everyone reacts differently to everything. If it feels like it may sting or burn, dilute more with an extra spoon or two of Olive Oil and use less peppermint oil in the next batch.*

ALSO: please be careful if you’re doing this in the bath as it may leave your tub slippery from all the oils.

An extra bonus, after massaging this into your hair, your hands are left feeling extra smooth too!

Also, you can refer to my list on How to choose a Carrier Oil for making a mask for other hair types as this one is generally for normal to dry hair. You may want to swap a few ingredients if you have oily hair.

I recommend Mountain Rose Herbs for all of your herbal healing needs!
Images Edited using PicMonkey.  Please also see my disclaimer. Please ALWAYS do your own research before using essential oils. Thanks Friends.

Do you have an all natural hair treatment you like to make? 

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Briar Rose

Briar Rose - Canadian Mama to two beautiful boys, blessed wife to the most supportive husband, Positive Parenting, Natural Family Wellness & Motherhood. Saved by Grace, Lover of all things old. Antiques, Old Books and Old Homes. History and Ancestry. Refinishing or Restoring Furniture, Creating Rustic Designs, Ornate Antique, Primitive Decorating. Learning to bake, sharing on Old Recipe Book. Taking a break from Blogging @ Briar Rose Blog, The Herbal Healing Mama, & Rustic Reclaimed Designs. - Profile photo: Reflections of Life Photography.

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