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- Add ¾ cup of VO5’s Tea Therapy Blackberry Sage Tea Revitalizing Conditioner to a 16 oz. flip-top container.
- This conditioner contains vitamins b3, b5, c, e, and h.
- It has blackberry and sage extracts that provide each strand with energy, volume, and balance.
- It is also supposed to energize limp hair and protect hair from UV rays
- Add ½ cup of distilled (not tap) water.
- Add ¼ cup of aloe vera juice.
- Add 2 tsp of extra virgin olive oil.
- Add 1 tsp of vegetable glycerin.
- Add ½ teaspoon of vitamin e oil.
- Vitamin e oil has anti-aging properties that prevent damaging effects from the environment (e.g., free radicals).
- This nutrient-rich oil heals and repairs skin and hair.
- It also acts as a natural preservative to keep the spritz fresh by extending the shelf life.
- I prefer to buy Sundown Naturals’ vitamin e oil.
- Add 15–20 drops of essential oil.
- I used 10 drops of clary sage essential oil for its ability to regulate the scalp’s production of sebum and 10 drops of tea tree essential oil to prevent dandruff, hair loss, and increase blood flow to the scalp.
- However, you can use any essential oil you prefer (i.e., rosemary, peppermint, lavender, etc).
- Add top, and shake vigorously to incorporate all ingredients. Enjoy!
I like to use a funnel. I bought a set that came in multiple sizes. It has proven to be a must for me when I make my own DIY hair and skincare products! While it’s not absolutely necessary, it does make the process (for me) much more stress- and mess-free!