Natural Anti-Frizz Hair Spritz

 

Natural Hair SpritzTame your hair naturally. Mist a bit of this D.I.Y. Hair Spritz onto damp hair before drying, or anytime on dry hair. You’ll be amazed at how shiny and smooth your hair becomes almost immediately, with lasting styling power, and you’ll have peace of mind knowing that it contains zero toxic chemical ingredients such as petrochemical-based synthetic fragrance or ‘parfum’.

The base for this beautifully natural anti-frizz hair spritz is pure unscented witch hazel and pure distilled water. To this we simply add a wee bit of Himalayan pink salt*, real vanilla extract (made from vanilla beans & alcohol / no propylene glycol), and pure therapeutic grade essential oils known to be excellent for the health of the hair and scalp.

Witch hazel is a distilled oil, sometimes called a topical astringent, derived from the bark and leaves of the North American Hamamelis virginiana shrub. Witch hazel’s medicinal properties reduce irritation (to hair follicles) that may inhibit new growth. It is gentle, cleansing, hypoallergenic when organic, pure, and unscented, and is moisturizing to both skin and hair.

The same properties that make witch hazel beneficial to the skin make it good for the hair and scalp. Using witch hazel on your hair balances out its hydration level freeing it from frizz and giving lots of shine!

INGREDIENTS: For a 4 ounce (or larger) bottle with a spray pump or trigger sprayer…

  • 2 oz. distilled water (boiled and cooled)
  • 1 oz. witch hazel (Thayer’s Original Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera)
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract (must be 100% ‘bourbon vanilla’ made with alcohol & vanilla bean / no propylene glycol added).
  • 1/4 teaspoon *Himalayan pink salt
  • Pure Young Living therapeutic grade Essential Oils
  • 5 drops each of Cedarwood, Lavender, Rosemary, and Lemon pure Young Living therapeutic grade essential oil (these have nothing added to extend or adulterate them in any way – they are 100% what it says on the bottle… Young Living Lemon essential oil, for example, contains…Lemon essential oil cold-pressed from the rind. That’s it.)
  • plus 2 drops of YLTG Geranium essential oil

METHOD: Combine all of the ingredients in a 4 ounce or larger spray bottle (pump sprayer or trigger sprayer). Shake well until the pink salt is dissolved.

USE & APPLICATON: Shake well before each use. Spray on damp hair before blow drying or styling.

*About the Pink Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt naturally contains 80+ minerals and elements. Himalayan salt crystals form naturally within the earth and are made up of 85.62% sodium chloride and 14.38% other trace minerals including: sulphate, magnesium, calcium, potassium, bicarbonate, bromide, borate, strontium, and fluoride (in descending order of quantity).

Because of these minerals Himalayan pink salt can increase hydration, balance pH, and help regulate water content inside and outside of cells.

For more about the purest essential oils on earth used in this D.I.Y. ‘recipe’ visit: http://www.SeedToSeal.com

To order the finest, first distillation, therapeutic grade essential oils produced with utmost purity, shipped directly to your door from world leader in essential oils at 24% discount CLICK HERE

For questions, inquiries, and further information contact Diana E. Natalie at:

essentialoils.start@gmail.com

Or find us on Instagram: @OuncesOfPrevention

Updated 11.2018
IMPORTANT: THE INFORMATION WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT WAS OBTAINED FROM REPUTABLE RESOURCES (REFERENCED), LECTURES, AND BIOCHEMISTRY EDUCATION WHICH THE AUTHOR HAS RECEIVED OVER THE PAST TWO DECADES. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PRESCRIBE OR RECOMMEND A PARTICULAR TREATMENT OR PROTOCOL, BUT RATHER, TO EMPOWER THE READER WITH KNOWLEDGE THAT MIGHT HELP THEM TO HELP THEMSELVES TO BETTER HEALTH NATURALLY.

 

 

 

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