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Apricots

Does summer leave your hair high and dry? How about a moisturizing spray that would make your hair shiny, all over again?

Dry and dull hair is the worst part of summer, if you love your hair. Who doesn’t love their crowning glory? What say ya, ladies?

So, here’s a moisturizing spray that you can use to bring back life to dull and dry hair in no time.

Ingredients

Apricot Oil – 1 Tsp.
Sesame Oil – ½ Tsp.
Aloe Vera Juice – 2 Tsp.
Vitamin E Oil – ½ Tsp.
Glycerin – ¼ Tsp.

Instructions

In a sterilized spritzer jar, add about 25 Ml of distilled water.

Then, add all the ingredients listed above and shake briskly.

Refrigerate and use as needed!

Shelf Life

This lasts for close to a week in the refrigerator, so prepare smaller batches every 4 – 5 days.

How to Use it?

Just spray on your hair and enjoy the results.

Why These Ingredients?

Glycerin (Vegetable Glycerin) is a great moisturizer and humectant that rivals Honey in my opinion. So, I often swap this for Honey in my recipes, as this doesn’t lighten or bleach hair. So, if your hair is brittle and dry, nothing helps it like Glycerin. It absorbs moisture from the surroundings and also helps your hair retain moisture, due to the humectant properties.

Both Sesame and Apricot Oils are light and don’t leave your hair greasy or weigh it down. However, you can substitute Sesame Oil with Argan Oil or reduce Sesame Oil and add Argan Oil in its place, for a lighter version.

We all know Aloe Vera is a cooling, healing and nourishing herb that does wonders for your hair. It also moisturizes your hair and helps it regain the lost vitality and sheen. With dry and brittle hair, frizz and tangles are a common problem. Aloe Vera can curb that too!

Vitamin E Oil is not only a preservative, but also a nourishing ingredient. However, if you find the version greasy, bring Vitamin E Oil down by a notch.

Apricots

Tips to Tweak the Recipe

You can also add nourishing, moisturizing and soothing Essential Oils like Chamomile or Lavender to this recipe. It also gives the recipe a nice aroma, which is handy for those who want to mask Aloe Vera or Sesame Oil smell.

You can increase the Glycerin used in the recipe based on your requirements and preference.

Don’t forget, this is a DIY Recipe and you can alter it as you see fit. Work around with the ingredients, feel free to add or remove what you don’t like and find out what ratio or ingredients and combinations work best for you! And do keep us posted with your results, if you find something interesting.

Don’t have time for DIY Recipes? Have you tried HY Vitamins Hair Care Range? Loaded with goodness of Argan Oil and Herbs, it is a one-stop solution for a range of hair problems. Your hair will be healthy, stronger, shinier and frizz-free in no time!