DIY Leave in Hair Conditioner with Ylang Ylang and Rosemary Essential Oils
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Supplies for your DIY Leave In Conditioner Hair Spray
Glass Spray Bottle
For this leave in conditioner, we’re going to put it in an 8 ounce spray bottle. And since we’ll be adding essential oils, you’ll want to make sure to use a glass spray bottle. There are a few types of plastic that are safe to use with essential oils, but in general, I stick to glass.
This recipe will make 8 ounces of spray so you’ll want to find an 8 ounce or larger spray bottle. You can, of course, choose to double the recipe and whip up a bigger batch and use a 16 oz spray bottle, or even two 8 ounce bottles.
- 6 – 8 oz, Amber glass bottles, with black trigger sprayers.
Anytime you are working with essential oils, you want to make sure to use glass because the oils can break down plastic.
You can also go with something really pretty and visually appealing like:
- MULTI-USE SPRAY BOTTLE: Our Bottle Service reusable glass spray bottle is a versatile addition to your cleaning supplies; fill the empty bottle with your favorite product
You will definitely want some mini funnels around. You’ll find these extremely useful any time you are making DIY projects with essential oils that use small roller bottles, spray bottles or droppers.
Stainless steel is your best option here. There are plastic funnels available, but if you have a choice, grab stainless steel funnels because they are more durable and can be thrown in the dishwasher.
- Stainless steel mini funnels are the perfect tool for filling up any small portable travel bottle with all of your necessities. Whether you’re traveling or putting together a gift bag or gift basket, these silver stainless steel funnels will help you fill up all your bottles with the essentials.
Essential Oils and Ingredients for your DIY Leave In Conditioner Spray
The addition of Rose Water can help with excess oil and dandruff. It is also said to have a similar pH to our hair’s natural pH levels and so can help stabilize our hair’s pH.
- 100% NATURAL & ORGANIC: Naturally hydrate and moisturize your skin with our refreshing Rosewater. It’s USDA organic certified with ZERO additives, artificial fragrances & alcohol. Use it as a facial mist for a radiant glow or hair for a bright shine
Vegetable glycerin is a clear and odorless liquid derived from plant oils. It is commonly used in many skin and hair care products as well as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and foods.
Vegetable Glycerin helps to add moisture and promote softness in homemade hair conditioner.
This is the one I buy:
- MULTI-PURPOSE AND VERSATILE SKIN CARE: Pure vegetable glycerin is an outstanding moisturizer and skin cleanser that also provides softening and lubricating benefits
Rosemary Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang essential oil leaves locks looking full, smooth, and silky.
Ylang Ylang can help strengthen and prevent hair breakage.
Instructions for How to Make your Homemade Leave In Hair Conditioner Spray
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DIY Leave In Hair Conditioner Spray
- Add all ingredients to an 8 oz Glass Spray Bottle
- Add the Sprayer and shake gently to combine all the ingredients together
- Spray over damp hair after your normal shampoo and conditioner routine. Do not rinse. Style hair as usual.
Mix up a batch of this DIY Leave IN Hair Conditioner spray with ylang ylang and rosemary essential oils from doTERRA, then leave a comment and let me know how much your hair loves it!
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