So ladies, remember to oil your hair regularly. We suggest you use these homemade hair oils that are perfect to smoothen your dry locks...
- Lavender and sandalwood essential oil
- Orange and lemon peels in a cold-pressed oil
- Peppermint and castor oil
Lavender and sandalwood essential oil
This hair oil contains only lavender, blue chamomile and sandalwood essential oil. It is simple to make and has a lot of benefits. The lavender essential oil has antibacterial properties which prevents dandruff, the primary cause for dry hair. Apart from its potent scent, sandalwood oil is also a relaxant and creates a calming effect when massaged into the scalp. Blue chamomile soothes your scalp due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Oh, and let’s not forget the carrier oil, for which you can opt for jojoba oil which will help nourish your tresses.
Take 10 drops of lavender oil and 10 drops of sandalwood oil in a jar and add in 5 drops of blue chamomile oil. Now add some carrier oil to it and mix it gently.
Rub this oil into your hair before washing it for smooth tresses.
Orange and lemon peels in a cold-pressed oil
It’s a well-known fact that dandruff leads to dry hair, so why not get rid of the cause for dry hair and get luscious locks? The orange and lemon peels in this oil are jam-packed with citrus which keeps the dandruff at bay. Go for a cold-pressed oil as a carrier oil since it contains more nutrients.
Sundry some lemon and orange peels for 2 days for a citrus peel powder. Take these tried peels and grind them to a powder. Heat your carrier oil in a pan and add 1 tablespoon of the peel powder to it. Strain the oil and store it in an air-tight container. When you want to use the oil, take 3 tablespoons of it and rub it into your hair. Let it stay for 20-25 minutes and then wash as usual.
Do this twice a week for quick results.
Peppermint and castor oil
A basic hair oil with peppermint and castor oil prevents itchy and flaky scalp due to the anti-bacterial properties of castor oil. Peppermint oil, on the other hand, improves blood circulation around the scalp.
Take some castor oil in a bowl and add 5-7 drops of peppermint oil to it. Mix well and store in an airtight jar. Take some into a bowl and heat it before applying into your hair.
Use this oil at least once a week.
Written by Disha Sampat on Sep 24, 2018