this is one of my most FAVORITE DIYs using my oils! it was one of the first I ever made, and I loveeee it (when I remember to be consistent with it!)
my hair feels so soft and shiny, and I love how it grows! and smells lovely!!!
Step 1: grab your Young Living cedarwood, rosemary, and lavender essential oils
Step 2: use equal parts of each essential oil in your final recipe
Step 3: roll, spray, or massage onto scalp where desired!
PRO TIP: make up a 5mL bottle of the blend and use it in multiple applications or do your refiling quickly and easily! in an empty 5mL bottle, add 30 drops each of the 3 oils (90 total drops)
RECIPE STARTERS: here's a great place to start! experiment and see what works best for you, and adjust the recipes for your preferences! and remember: consistency is key!
ROLLER: in a roller of choice, add 20 drops each cedarwood, rosemary, and lavender. add carrier oil of choice if you would like (I use it neat!). roll onto hairline or where desired and massage with fingertips.
DROPPER: in a dropper bottle, add 20 drops each cedarwood, rosemary, and lavender. drop 1 to 2 drops onto scalp where desired and massage with fingertips.
SPRAY: in a 4 oz glass spray bottle, add 20 drops each cedarwood, rosemary, and lavender. fill the bottle 3/4 full with water then add a splash of witch hazel (if desired for mixing). shake gently before misting wet hair. helps as a detangler, too - some like to add a little bit of carrier oil for taming flyaways and extra detangling, too!
SHAMPOO: add one drop of the mixture of cedarwood + rosemary + lavender per ounce of shampoo as a place to start! keep out of eyes.
*** NOTE: as always, start low, go slow, and listen to your body! dilute as desired, especially for kiddos. keep oils out of eyes and ears. and have fun!!! ***
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