The most cost effective way to get started with essential oils is to order an essential oil starter kit. You’ll receive all 11 essential oils (including lavender and peppermint), a diffuser, samples and other goodies. The starter kit also gives you a lifetime membership of wholesale prices (24% off retail), which you can use to order additional oils like cedarwood, rosemary, and clary sage.
Use this nourishing lavender cedarwood hair mask to stimulate hair growth and improve the health of your hair.
I’ve been all about my homemade natural beauty treatments lately. DIY masks, eye serum, night cream, and my healthy hair mask.
I’ve been using this mask once every couple of weeks for a few months, and I feel like my hair is getting stronger and looks healthier.
I started to experience hair loss and hair breakage awhile ago (perhaps from wearing my favorite top knot so often or from stress or both). So I started doing some research on ways to improve the health of my hair and I had my blood work done to see if I was deficient in anything.
Luckily, my blood work didn’t show any deficiencies. So I’ve been using this hair mask, increasing my omega-3 fatty acids, drinking chlorophyll water every day, and cutting back on my top knot wearing.
This hair mask is great for stimulating hair growth, nourishing your scalp to get rid of dandruff, and balancing your scalp pH to undo damage from hair products.
Lavender Cedarwood Healthy Hair Mask
1-2 tablespoons of castor oil
2 drops lavender essential oil
2 drops cedarwood essential oil
Combine ingredients together. Massage into scalp (with dry hair) for a few minutes. Let sit for at least an hour.
Wash out using your sulfate-free, paraben-free shampoo, gently massaging your scalp to remove the castor oil.
Other oils that are great for hair health: rosemary, clary sage, peppermint.