The only oils on this list I don't have in my collection are the macadamia, mustard and hemp. Last night, I bought cans of Trader Joe's coconut milk, because it's preservative free and the cans are not BPA lined, for a new recipe of henna glosses. I'm using Minimalist Beauty's recipe, which calls for Godrej Nupur Henna with 9 herbs, coconut milk and Hemp oil. So, it was my intention to pick up hemp oil this week anyway. I've been thinking about macadamia oil for my bath oil blend for skin…
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Steaming allows you to add moisture to your hair promoting longer and healthy hair growth. When your hair does not receive any moisture and is dry it will become dull, brittle, and break. Hair steaming helps increase the flow of natural oils produced by your scalp. It also helps the oil used for your hot
Lavender oil uses have been used for thousands of years for cosmetic purposes, as well as for their spiritually and emotionally uplifting properties. It goes without saying that this essential oil smells great. It not only help you relax but have significant benefits for the skin too. The oil hydrates and heals your skin without clogging the pores. Plus, it helps deal with many skin conditions – from acne, dryness, ageing to excessive oil. It also promotes hair growth and healthy scalp.