DIY Hair Mask – Vegan & Zero Waste

The mask I make is not only vegan but zero waste. It’s a combination of 4 oils that are proven to moisturize the scalp and stimulate hair growth.

Here are the oils you’ll need.

Moringa Oil

Moringa Oil is so healthy for your skin and hair. “It exposes your hair to essential vitamin and minerals, helps with hair growth, and may even reduce dandruff.”

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil has long been used in hair care. It adds moisture to your hair and scalp and helps makes your hair shiny. It also reduces fizziness.

Red Pimento Oil

Red Pimento Oil is an antioxidant. This help fight against hair loss.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

Jamaican Black Castor Oil helps moisture the scalp and stimulates rapid hair growth.

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How to Make the Mask

Rub a thin layer of Moringa Oil into scalp. Next, rub a thin layer of Jojoba oil into your scalp. These oils run thin so it’s easiest to make a base layer on the scalp with them first.

Next, rub a thick layer of the Jamaican Black Castor Oil onto the scalp and repeat with the Red Pimento Oil. These are thick and somewhat sticky oils.

Now, coat the rest of your hair in Moringa and Jojoba oil.

Lastly, wrap your hair in silk wrap and sleep with the oils in your hair.

The next morning shampoo the oil out of your hair. This may take two washes.

You’ll notice an immediate difference in the moisture and shine of your lovely locks!

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