Royal Hair Treatment with Products from A-Z

Last updated on November 1st, 2023 at 11:01 am

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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 natural hair enthusiast. She's been natural for 20+ years and shares natural hair care tips and easy hairstyles for those with low density or thin fine natural hair. It's her joy to inspire you to live by faith in God while caring for your "crown."

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