Hair Normal: Organic Care Nourishing For Hair Normal

Hair Normal: Organic Care Nourishing For Hair Normal
    It’s time to master the many recipes that will become your secret weapon in combating hair normal damage and enhancing natural beauty and shine. If you feel exceptionally creative and imaginative, feel free to alter the recipe to suit your desired results. I have however discovered the value in the following combinations, which I am delighted to share with you. You can use these‘normal’ hair normal recipes for practically any hair normal type.

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    Shampoo and Conditioner For Hair Normal

    Stimulating Carrot Seed Oil Shampoo


    • Water (1 cup)

    • Maple Syrup (2 tablespoons)

    • Carrot Seed Essential Oil (5-10 drops)

    • Jojoba Oil (10 drops)

    • Liquid Castile Soap (1/3 cup) or cleansing agent of choice


    Combine all ingredients together into a consistent mixture, shake well, and wash your hair with the desired quantity. Rinse well and apply your conditioner of choice afterward. Use shampoo within one month. Best stored in refrigerator.


    This shampoo is particularly beneficial for dry hair or dandruff, giving a vitamin boost from the carrot seed oil. Carrot seed oil is purifying, detoxifying, and stimulating with a mild aroma. It improves your circulation, stimulates growth, strengthens your hair, and aids in any scalp dryness. Jojoba oil dilutes the carrot seed essential oil and adds extra hydration to the formula. Its structure resembles our natural sebum, which adds elasticity and is not greasy. Maple syrup is soothing and deeply nourishing with wonderful anti-bacterial properties. Your shampoo will have a warm, energizing sensation.

    Nutritious and Aromatic Orange Oil Shampoo


    • Coconut Milk (1/3 cup)

    • Liquid Castile Soap (½ cup)

    • Orange Essential Oil (10 drops)

    • Castor Oil (10 drops)


    Add all ingredients into a container and shake well until all ingredients are combined. Lather and wash hair normal with the desired quantity and rinse well. Use shampoo within one month. Best stored in refrigerator.


    This shampoo is extremely nourishing due to coconut milk’s high vitamin and mineral content, containing high levels of vitamin E, C, B1, B 3, B5, B6, calcium, magnesium, iron, and selenium. You can choose a particular coconut oil that is suitable for your hair normal; for example, you may use a thicker coconut milk for normal hair that contains about 20% fat. Coconutmilk acts as a balm that nourishes hair intensively from root to tip and is beneficial for hair repair, preventing hair loss, detangling and hydrating, as well as stimulating hair growth. Orange oil is loaded with antioxidants and adds a fresh, enchanting fragrance that your senses will love. It nourishes the hair without feeling heavy or greasy. You will see your hair becoming thicker and stronger when using this shampoo regularly.

    Repairing Herbal Conditioner with Lavender Oil


    • Water (1 cup)

    • Herbs of choice (try nettle, sage, chamomile or nut-tree leaves)

    • Lavender Oil (5 drops)

    • Apple Cider Vinegar (1 tablespoon)

    • Almond Oil (3 tablespoons)


    Boil water and pour over herbs, let steep for 20 minutes. Strain liquid and pour into a suitable container to be mixed with other ingredients. Add all ingredients and mix well. You can use this conditioner for several months if you store in a cool, dry place. Lather onto your hair normal (especially the ends) and leave in or gently rinse.


    Vinegar is a traditional, yet potent remedy that fortifies and deeply cleanses the hair. This is an effective antibacterial ingredient that removes build-up, such as dirt, oil or residual styling products.

    Numerous herbs can stimulate hair growth and make the hair shaft stronger. Nettle may help bring back natural hues to graying hair. You can also use nut-tree leaves, recommended only if you have brown or dark hair, as the natural pigment may easily show in blonde hues (which of course works well if you choose to add darker shades into your hair). Chamomile is a great alternative for those with lighter hair. Nettle is a well-known and appreciated hair fortifier, as it stimulates hair growth and adds shine to dull, brittle hair. If you have balding problems, nettle is one of the best natural condition remedies that you can apply directly to your scalp. Sage is also an excellent treatment for hair loss and graying hair and will add extra shine and luster.

    Almond oil is extremely moisturizing and stimulating with high levels of magnesium. If you have long or curly hair with split ends, you have found one of the best weapons to make your hair look smooth, glossy and healthy again. It works to help detangle hair with ease and avoid breakage. Use this soothing conditioner often if you have any kind of scalp inflammation or irritation.

    Lavender oil is particularly calming and relaxing for both your hair and your mind. It releases stress and evokes a balancing and soothing effect no matter where it is applied.

    Soothing Rosemary Oil and Lemon Hair Conditioner


    • Apple Cider Vinegar (1 cup)

    • Rosemary Oil (10 drops)

    • Lemon Juice (2-3 tablespoons)

    • Sunflower Oil (1/3 cup)


    Mix all ingredients together into a container and shake well. Lather onto your hair, let sit for 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly.


    A great ‘go-to’ conditioner when you need a quick and cost-effective solution to nourish your hair naturally. Lemon will act as a unique tonic that will also add shine to your hair, whilst sunflower oil will provide nutrients and dilutes your rosemary essential oil. Ensure you use unrefined sunflower oil if you want to take advantage of its full benefits. Lemon juice contains vitamin C and antioxidants and adds a fresh, revitalizing fragrance to your conditioner. Rosemary essential oil is incredibly soothing for your scalp. Apply as a tonic (diluted with your preferred carrier oil)if you suffer from any irritation. Rosemary helps activate hair growth because it dilates blood vessels and stimulates your follicles to produce new hair.

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    writer and blogger, founder of Hairzee .

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