Royal Hair Treatment with Products from A-Z

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Remember that post I wrote on being a hair mixtress when you find your hair products are costing you too much money? Well, today I’m giving you a list of DIY ingredients (from A to Z) to make your own hair products and to help ya out with your hair care needs. You’re welcome and here you go!

A – Aloe Vera to close those cuticles after washing
B – Beeswax for your DiY moisture sealing recipe
C – Castor Oil to stimulate hair growth
D – Date oil massaged into scalp to prevent hair loss
E – Eggs for a DIY protein treatment
F – Flax seeds for a homemade moisturizing gel
G – Goat’s milk for strong hair (great DIY recipe here)
H – Henna is a natural hair strengthener and colorant
I – Inositol is a major component of lecithin for hair loss (when taken as a dietary supplement
J – Jojoba oil for a royal scalp massage that simulates your natural oils
K – Kelp containing Vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E to thicken hair (Best when eaten but also great in hair products)

Download a “cheat sheet” here:

hair product ingredients

L – Lemongrass essential oil, a favorite light but fragrant oil
M- Marshmallow root for adding slip to your conditioner
N- Neem oil for treating dandruff, itching and premature graying and hair loss
O- Olive oil for sealing in moisture and providing shine and manageability
P- Peppermint oil to scent your products or stimulate your scalp
Q- Quinoa oil to protect and nourish hair follicles while promoting hair growth and strengthening hair against split ends
R- Rosehip oil to combating dandruff, dry and limp hair
S- Shea Butter to protect hair from harsh winds and improve the cellular structure of the scalp
T – Tea Tree Oil to fight dandruff and kill bacteria
U- Ulmus fulva bark extract (aka slippery elm bark) to add slip to your hair products, aiding in detangling
V- Vitamin E is a natural preservative of all your hair recipes
W- Water is the ultimate moisturizer!
X – Xanthan gum is a plant based thickener to thicken your hair recipes
Y – Ylang ylang essential oil is a natural antiseptic that can also stimulate growth
Z – Ziziphus to awaken and restore some of your curl uniformity

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Michelle Smith
Michelle is a Christian special needs mom residing in the NYC area who shares useful tips to grow and maintain fine natural hair. She's a published author and Creator of Fine Natural Hair and Faith, inspiring others with faith for living along side knowledge on how to care for their "crown."

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