Hair wax is a great product men and women can use to help add texture and style to hair. This easy DIY Hair Wax made with essential oils is healthy for your hair and is sure to be loved by your entire family.
Check out what this dōTERRA Employee had to say about this hair wax:
“This hair wax is fantastic. I love how I can use whatever essential oils I would like and how it works great on my ‘style-resistant hair’. The simplicity of the ingredient list also amazes me. I have been paying a lot of money for high-end products that contain some questionable ingredients because it has been the only thing that works for my hair. Those days are over, and now I can make my own!”
What You Need:
.75 ounces beeswax
.5 ounce shea butter
.75 ounces Fractionated Coconut Oil
10 drops Peppermint essential oil
10 drops Rosemary essential oil
Tip: For harder hair wax, use 1 ounce of beeswax and .5 ounces of Fractionated Coconut Oil. For softer hair wax, use .75 ounces of shea butter and 1 ounce of Fractionated Coconut Oil.
1. Combine all ingredients, except for essential oils, into a glass container.
2. Place jar in saucepan with 1-1.5 inches of boiling water.
3. Stir ingredients until melted and thoroughly combined. Remove from heat and let rest for three minutes.
4. Add essential oils and stir.
Tip: Use a popsicle stick for easy cleanup.
5. Pour mixture in an empty tin or glass jar with a lid.
6. Let the hair wax rest for 1-2 hours and you’re done. To use, just apply a small amount to fingers and style as desired. A little wax goes a long way.
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