Lots of people finally realize the magic that is hair cream. Hair creams are great for controlling frizz, condition hair, and promoting hair growth while also preventing hair loss and tangles.
What is Hair Cream?
Hair cream, also known by its trade name “styling cream,” is a must-have product for shiny, lustrous locks. Not only does it tame the frizz and flyaways, but it also smooths the hair down and holds them in place. Moreover, it is light-weight and does not weigh your hair down.
It also nourishes hair and promotes healthier growth. Hair creams work regardless of your hair type and texture. People with curly hair swear by it as it helps keeps their curls in check and helps make them more manageable without any tangles.
Why Use Hair Cream?
Our hair requires nourishment as well, in a far more significant amount than our bodies. Hair creams fill this void of nourishment, making hair healthier and fuller while simultaneously making styling easy.
The hair cream is multi-functional. Have curly hair? Scrunch the cream into damp locks. It will maintain your curls. Likewise, for wavy hair, you can master the ultimate “beachy waves” look. Similarly, for straight hair, it can make it look soft and shiny while taming flyaways.
DIY Hair Cream Vs. Commercial Hair Creams
As usual commercial products area chock full of chemicals, and while they may provide temporary relief, they ending up doing more damage to your hair than good.
Natural organic products are a wise choice! They do not weigh down your hair or make the look glossed over. In contrast, they oomph up dull hair and give you a well-maintained look. Having good hair is a significant tick box in climbing that ladder of self-confidence.
Furthermore, the natural ingredients in the DIY cream provide nourishment, shine, and prevent further damage of hair by the sun’s harsh rays, exposure to pollution and dirt and grime.
Benefits of Ingredients Used
No hair care is complete without coconut oil. It is incredibly hydrating and has properties that make hair softer and silkier. Furthermore, it helps in detangling the hair and simultaneously adds shine and straightens them out!
Vitamin E Oil:
It acts as a preservative, allowing you to store the cream at room temperature if you decide not to refrigerate. If you don’t add vitamin E, be sure to keep your cream in the refrigerator or else it will go wrong.
Lemon Essential Oil:
It is an excellent ingredient to maintain a healthy scalp. It works perfectly on all hair types and balances our scalps natural sebum production. Moreover, it enhances your natural hair color and highlights with no trouble.
Chamomile Essential Oil:
Clean and healthy scalp? Check! Soft hair?Check! A soft and gentle smell? Check! This oil has it all; furthermore, it also enriches your hair color!
Lavender Essential Oil:
You cannot not add lavender essential oil when it comes to hair care. It suits all hair types, provides shine and moisture, and also promotes the growth of healthier hair; likewise, it also helps in cleansing the scalp.
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Vitamin E Oil
Chamomile Essential Oil
Lemon Essential Oil
Lavender Essential Oil
How To Make 🥣
Add all your ingredients to melted coconut oil. If coconut oil is solid, heat it lightly till it’s liquid.
Fold ingredients once or twice.
Use an electric mixer and mix it till it has a fluffy texture but is still stiff. This step will take a little more time, so keep mixing until you get the desired texture.
Pour your cream into the container of choice, and you are ready to use your DIY hair cream.
How To Use ❓
Hair creams can be applied before or after you shampoo.
Apply hair cream as you would any regular hair oil. The cream will strengthen your roots, hydrate your hair while preventing hair fall, and promoting growth. First, take a pea-sized amount in your palm, apply directly to your roots till the ends. Gently work the hair cream into your hair. Massage it for 2 minutes or more. Second, leave the cream in your hair for at least 30 mins and then rinse as regular.
Apply cream to towel-dried or damp hair. Take a pea-sized amount and finger comb it through your damp hair. Then brush your hair out once done for a shiny, sleek straight look.
If your hair looks too greasy after application. Ease up on the amount of cream you use! It has a shelf-life of 6 to 8 months, depending on if you refrigerate it.
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