DIY Hair Growth (Dry Scalp) Spray




I made this spray for one of my coworkers after she had, what she would consider, a "postpartum crisis" and cut her hair really short. I found this recipe, made her a spray, and got her the essential oils to make more. After a few weeks, she started to realize, that her hair was growing back faster than normal! That is her testimony to Young Living essential oils!

A few months later, I noticed that my scalp was consistently dry. I looked up what essential oils or recipe would be good for dry scalp and found that the same oils would help! So I made myself a spray and after one application, I noticed a difference! Now I use it every time after I wash my hair and as needed. 

So what is in this DIY hair growth (dry scalp) spray?

Essential oils - 

* Lavender essential oil soothes and calms dry, irritated skin. It also combats excess sebum on the skin (so this would also be good for those with oily scalps)! Lavender is gentle on the skin and great for all skin types!

* Cedarwood essential oil is great for helping with hair loss. It also helps with skin problems, such as dry skin.

* Rosemary essential oil helps with hair loss. It can also help alleviate discomforts associated with dry, irritated, and itchy scalp.

Water - I just use tap water. You can substitute it for witch hazel though for added benefits.

Witch hazelWitch hazel is a type of plant that is a natural astringent (a chemical compound that helps to shrink or constrict body tissue). It minimizes the appearance of pores, reduces inflammation and skin irritations, decreases cell damage that may lead to skin cancer, decreases signs of aging, helps speed up healing, and it helps soothe the skin (1).


Ingredients
* 4 oz spray bottle (I got mine here)
* Water (can substitute for witch hazel)
* 5 drops Lavender essential oil (I get mine here)
* 5 drops Cedarwood essential oil (I get mine here)
* 5 drops Rosemary essential oil (I get mine here)

Directions
* Add Lavender, Cedarwood, and Rosemary essential oils to 4 oz. spray bottle.
* Fill the rest with water (or witch hazel)
* Shake well

In order to be compliant with Young Living and the FDA, I have left out the reference information regarding essential oils. If you have any questions, want to know more about the effects of essential oils, or want to know where I get my information about essential oils, please message me!
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