Haitian Hair Oil
Key Ingredients: Haitian Castor Oil & Essential Oils
Rule #1 NEVER use butters and oils on dry hair. Butters and oils help to lock in moisture. If your hair is dry, by adding butters and oils on top it will cause your hair to become brittle. Coconut oil also is known to dry some people’s hair out.
Wash and condition your hair as normal. Using a natural shampoo and conditioner will be better for your hair and scalp. After you rinse your hair out use the oil in one of the ways mentioned below.
Haitian Hair Oil:
This oil was formulated to strengthen, moisturize and nourish your scalp and hair.
Pre-poo: Massage oil into your scalp and hair 20 minutes before washing.
Hot Oil Treatment: warm oil and apply to scalp before washing, massage it in for 1-3 minutes. Sealant: Use as a last step after applying Haitian Hair Butter to lock in moisture.
Other items that goes well with the Haitian Hair Oil.
Haitian Hair Butter: This butter was formulated to maintain a healthy scalp and hair. Part your hair in little sections and feed your scalp. Place the butter at the root of the hair and bring it to the tip of the hair.
Herbal Hair Mist: This hair spray was formulated to hydrate your hair before using any butters or oils. Spray your scalp and hair making sure your hair is damp then apply butters or oils to your hair.
Made with lots of love xoxo – Donata
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