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Jul
02

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?


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How Do You Make Scented Lotion?How Do You Make Scented Lotion?

We have had a few of our customers asking the following question: How do you make scented lotion? So, we thought that describing the purpose of our wholesale lotion ingredients would help everyone understand what goes into making scented lotion. While some ingredients are optional, others are crucial for the functionality of your recipe. So, let’s lets talk about your lotion making supplies and see what you need for a homemade lotion recipe!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Easy DIY Lotion Recipes

First, we will talk about pre-made lotion bases.  These bases are perfect for beginners.  These easy to use, natural bases, are a wonderful way to start your lotion making journey.  Simply add water to the base until you have the consistency you are looking for.  Of course, you can always add scent and color as well.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Natural Goat's Milk Multi Base LotionHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Natural Goat’s Milk Multi Base Lotion

You can use the Natural Goat’s Milk Multi Base Lotion to easily create homemade lotions that are skin-loving and pH balanced. Also, you can create different kinds of lotion, which includes thick creams, light lotion, and even moisturizing body spray.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Yogurt Multi Base LotionHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Yogurt Multi Base Lotion

Additionally, you can use Yogurt Multi Base Lotion to create some easy homemade lotion. This lotion base  has many of the same qualities as the goat milk lotion base, as it is skin loving and has a balanced pH. So, both are great choices for homemade lotions.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Soy Body Butter

Finally,the all natural soy body butter base that can also be used to make a variety of body products.  You can use this base to create a body butter.  This base can also be used to create a body spray.  The product you create will be determined by the amount of distilled water that you add.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: How to Make Lotion from Scratch

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Emulsifiers

One of the most important parts of making lotion is the emulsifier. This is the ingredient that keeps everything together because the oils and water that are being mixed would separate otherwise. Since oils are non-polar, they only want to mix with other non-polar substances. But, we want these non-polar oils to mix with polar water. Similarly, polar water only wants to mix with other polar things. So, we need an ingredient that has both polar and non-polar parts, which is what we call an emulsifier! As you can see this single ingredient is quite crucial.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: BTMS 25 EmulsifierHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: BTMS 25 Emulsifier

The BTMS 25 Emulsifier is a natural emulsifier that is conditioning for the skin, too. So, this ingredient will hold everything together and care for your skin. In fact, this will leave your skin with a soft and powdery feeling.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: BTMS 25 EmulsifierHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: EMULSIFYING Wax NF- Traditional

Next, we have our Traditional EMULSIFYING Wax NF. Just as an emulsifier should, this cosmetic ingredient will hold your oils and water together in a homogeneous mixture. Plus, it is low odor, very stable, and can be effectively used in low concentrations.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Silky EMULSIFYING Wax

Also, you can use the Silky Emulsifying Wax, which is plant based and created to blend difficult mixtures. So, this emulsifier will be effective at holding all your ingredients together and is highly stable. Plus, it is low odor.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Moisturizing Oils and Butters
How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Apricot Kernel OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot Kernel Oil is a great ingredient to include in home made lotions. This oil is light and absorbs nicely into the skin. So, it would be perfect for creating light lotion formulations or for including in a recipe with thicker oils to ensure that the recipe starts working fast!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Argan OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Argan Oil

Another great cosmetic oil for lotion is Argan Oil. This oil will easily sink down into the skin and is light enough on the surface to allow the skin to breathe. Further, this oil is often used in acne fighting lotion formulations. So, this would be a great choice to include in face lotion recipes.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Avocado OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Avocado Oil

Next, we have Avocado Oil, which is a great choice for creating thicker creams. This oil is heavier and can take a bit more time to sink into the skin. But, it is perfect to combine with oils that absorb faster in a thick cream. This will ensure that dry skin is fully nourished.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Castor Oil How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Castor Oil

Also, you can use Castor Oil in your homemade lotions. This oil is perfect for creating thick creams that are very moisturizing. Since this oil is a humectant, it will pull moisture to your skin and will heal dry, damaged skin.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Cocoa Butter How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Cocoa Butter

Another option for lotion making is our Cocoa Butter Deodorized. This is a hard butter that is perfect for making luxurious products.  Also, you could use Cocoa Butter Golden Natural, which has all the same properties and has a chocolate-like aroma.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Coconut OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is another choice for creating quality lotions at home. The Coconut Oil 76  has a melt point at 75 degrees, while Fractionated Coconut Oil is liquid at room temperature. However, both oils are skin loving ingredients that are non-greasy and perfect for lotions.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Grapeseed OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Grapeseed Oil

Also, you can use Grapeseed Oil in your homemade formulations, as it is high in antioxidants. So, this oil is great at keeping your skin looking healthy and young. Since this oil is light, it can be used in facial creams or in homemade anti-aging creams.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Jojoba OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Jojoba Oil

Next, we have a luxury oil that is wonderful for skin care. Jojoba Oil is a liquid wax that has amazing absorption and moisturizing properties. Plus, this high quality oil has a very long shelf life of 1-2 years!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: LanolinHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Lanolin

If you are looking to create a thick lotion, then solid Lanolin or Lanolin Oil may be a good idea. Solid lanolin is easily absorbed into the skin for dry skin and can even be used to protect burns. Also, you can use lanolin oil as it has the same properties but is in a liquid form.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Macadamia Nut OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Macadamia Nut Oil

If you want a quality lotion that isn’t greasy, then Macadamia Nut Oil is a good choice! This cosmetic oil will nourish the skin to reduce signs of aging. Plus, this oil will sink into your skin to moisturize without leaving a greasy feeling on your skin.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Mango Butter How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Mango Butter

Another great choice is Mango Butter, which is a lovely luxury oil. This oil is thought to reduce wrinkles as well as moisturize the skin. So, your skin will feel soft and look healthy!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Meadowfoam Seed OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Another great oil that will sink into the skin is Meadowfoam Seed Oil. This oil is able to sink down to repair dry and damaged skin. So, the oil won’t leave your skin feeling oily but it will provide all the nutrients your skin needs.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Pumpkin Seed OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Pumpkin Seed Oil

Next, you can check out Pumpkin Seed Oil. This cosmetic oil is full of skin loving nutrients, like fatty acids and vitamins. Plus, this oil will sink into the skin and won’t leave a greasy feeling on your skin.  So, this oil is able to sink in to help repair damaged skin.

 

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Rice Bran OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Rice Bran Oil

Another great oil to include is the Rice Bran Oil. This cosmetic oil is a great replacement for olive oil, as this has many of the same skin-loving properties.

 

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Safflower OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Safflower Oil

Also, Safflower Oil is perfect to add to your lotion making supplies, as it is high in Oleic acid. This means that this oil is nourishing and will help replenish healthy skin.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sesame Seed OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sesame Seed Oil

Another great oil is the Sesame Seed Oil, which is light and high in nourishment. These nourishing vitamins and antioxidants are perfect for creating a lotion that will sink into the skin and care for it.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Shea ButterHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Shea Butter

Next, we have a butter that is moisturizing and nourishing for the skin. Both Shea Butter and Shea Butter Unrefined are perfect for lotion making. The only difference between the two is that unrefined has a slightly yellow color.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sunflower Oil How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sunflower Oil

Another skin loving oil is our Sunflower Oil. This cosmetic ingredient is high in Oleic acid and is great for skin care. This oil will nourish the skin and create a gorgeous lotion recipe.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sweet Almond Oil

Another great oil for lotions is the Sweet Almond Oil. This lovely cosmetic oil is light and perfect for all kinds of lotions. Plus, it sinks into the skin easily and won’t feel leave you feeling greasy.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Vitamin E OilHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Vitamin E Oil

Lastly, we have Vitamin E Oil. This ingredient is great for the skin and your products. Due to the antioxidant properties, this cosmetic ingredient can reduce the amount of oxidation in products and reduce oxidation of the skin!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Thickeners

Another important ingredient for home made lotion making is the thickener. While some recipes will be just fine without one, others really need a thickener. But, it is all about the consistency that you prefer. If you are looking to make a butter or cream, then you will want something thicker. Or, your batch may just light lotion that doesn’t require a thickener like stearic acid or sodium lactate. It is all dependent upon the type of lotion you are creating.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Stearic AcidHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Stearic Acid

Since Stearic Acid is a thickener, it can be used in lotions to create a more creamy, luxurious lotion. This is useful for recipes that are nearly perfect but are a little too runny. We recommend that you add no more than 3% of this ingredient in your overall recipe.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Sodium Lactate

Instead, you could use Sodium Lactate in your lotion recipes. This ingredient can be used to help thicken your handmade lotions too. Additionally, this cosmetic ingredient can be used to regulate the pH of your product. In addition it is a humactant, so it helps moisturize your skin. Depending on your needs you may prefer one these over the other.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Skin Loving Ingredients

Also, there are some other ingredients that you can include to increase the quality of your lotion. While oils and butters are fantastic for skin care, there are some ingredients that you can include that have some effective properties that a regular lotion won’t have. So, you can combine one of these cosmetic ingredients with your butters and oils to create the perfect lotion recipe that will nourish and moisturize your skin!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Vegetable GlycerinHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Vegetable Glycerin

You can use Vegetable Glycerin in your recipes to add some extra moisture to your skin. This ingredient is clear, odorless, and has a syrup consistency. Plus, it is soluble in water. This cosmetic ingredient is added to lotions because it is a humectant, which means it will draw moisture to it for your skin.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Scenting Your Lotion

While you can make unscented lotions that are effective for skin care, there are so many wonderful scents that you can add to your effective lotion recipes. All these scent oils do is take an amazing lotion and make even better!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Fragrance Oil UsageHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Fragrance Oils

Fragrance oils are great, but you can’t use whatever amount you want. In fact, each fragrance can only be used in a certain amount to be considered body safe. The highest amount we will ever recommend will be 5%, but the IFRA sheet may allow more depending on the scent. However, there are some scents that may use less than 5%. You can find out the usage rate for each scent on its fragrance page. You can find all of our fragrance oil options on the Fragrance Oils page of the website.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Essential OilsHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Essential Oils

Also, you can use Natures Garden Essential Oils to scent your homemade lotion recipes. These simple notes are a perfect way to add some natural scent to your recipes. Plus, you can blend some of these natural oils to create a more complex scented lotion recipe.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Flavoring OilsHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Flavoring Oils

Another fantastic way to scent your lotion recipes is our Flavoring Oils. This option not only smells delicious, but it tastes great too! This is perfect for making massage lotions, but is just as wonderful in regular lotions, too.

 

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Preserving Your Lotion

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Optiphen PreservativeHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Optiphen Preservative

Another important ingredient for homemade lotion is Optiphen Preservative. This will allow you to keep your lotion for longer, as it will kill germs and prevent bacteria growth. So, this is crucial for anyone selling or storing their product. But, anyone using this for their own products will still benefit as this ingredient will expand the lifespan of your product. While you can add this to your lotion recipes made from scratch, Germall Plus is already in the multi lotion base lotion and soy body butter. So, you do not need to add a preservative to the pre-made lotion bases.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Packaging Ideas for Lotion

We have a variety of product packaging supplies that you can use to package your scented lotion. Not only will these keep your recipes fresh and convenient to use, but they are essential for making recipes that look official. So, anyone creating lotion to sell should look into some quality packaging.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Jars and TinsHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Jars and Tins

First, you can use either Plastic Jars or Metal Tins. Both of these packaging supplies are great options for your lotions, especially thicker creams or body butters. All you have to do is scoop out your finished product as it is needed and you are all set!

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Bottles and Lotion PumpsHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Bottles and Lotion Pumps

Also, you can lotion pumps with your plastic bottles to package lotions that are thinner or more liquid. This will allow you to conveniently use a pump to dispense your scented lotion. The 24/410  lotion pumps will fit with the 16 oz Bullet Bottles, 8 oz Bullet Bottles, 8 oz Boston Round Bottles, and 8 oz. Cosmo Bottles.

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/deodorant-stick-containersHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Lotion Bar Containers

Another option that you have for packaging your lotion is lotion bar containers. These are perfect for creating homemade solid lotion recipes. These lotion recipes are great for moisturizing on the go!

 

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: History of Body Cream

Simple body creams started out thousands of years ago with ingredients like animal fat or certain oils. There are a few civilizations, like Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans that created their own lotion recipes. Further, the bible even mentions lotions made of olive oil and spices. As time progressed, ingredients have changed to things like petroleum jelly, mineral oil, and various vegetable oils. If you want to learn more, then check out more in the History of Body Cream article on Leaf.

How Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Talk to UsHow Do You Make Scented Lotion?: Talk to Us

We hope that you learned something that you can use to create your very own lotion recipes. While there can be a lot to consider, formulating is easier when all the ingredient’s functions are explained. If you have any more questions about making lotion, then talk to us! An easy way to reach us on social media, which would include Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).

Mar
02

9 Ways to Use Lanolin


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99 Ways to Use Lanolin Ways to Use Lanolin

Lanolin is one of those products that you don’t think about, but it is in probably some of the most popular skin care products around. It can also be found in cosmetics, first-aid salves and believe it or not in some industrial grade products such as lubricants and rust-proof coatings.

What’s amazing about this stuff is that it is all natural! It is an oil that comes from the wool of sheep and is nature’s “raincoat” for the animals. Lanolin protects them from all the elements around them; from the dampness of rain and snow to the drying effects of the sun. One of the things that I like about lanolin is that even though it is naturally derived from the wool of sheep, it in no way harms them! It is done cruelty-free! In today’s world of animal’s rights that is a pretty important factor!

Lanolin has the amazing ability to hold up to 400 times its weight in water which means, not only is it a super-moisturizer, but it locks that moisture in and will give you baby soft, supple skin.  Lanolin easily absorbs into the skin, but keep in mind, a little goes a long way!  We have below 9 recipes that incorporate Lanolin in the pure form that is an amazing ingredient to blend into lotions or balms, and Lanolin Oil USP Liquid which is less viscous and is wonderful for soaps and shampoos. We at Nature’s Garden hope you enjoy creating some of these for your family, friends, clients or customers! So here you are, 9 ways to use Lanolin in your creations.

 

99 ways to Use Lanolin Beard Balm Recipe ways to Use Lanolin Beard Balm Recipe

Our first recipe is the perfect balm for your men’s line of bath and body products. Beards and mustaches are incredibly popular among guys today. In many cases, you see more hair on their face than on their head, which may mean something, and I haven’t been able to figure it out yet. At any rate, I do have an idea that their beards can get as unruly head of hair! Beard Balm is a perfect way to tame that facial hair!  With skin healthy oils and butters such as, jojoba oil, olive oil and shea butter and lanolin, their skin will be soft and moisturized as well as their beards and mustaches. Then, add in some Cedarwood Virginia Essential Oil for that woodsy, masculine scent and you will have yourself a best seller among your clients with facial hair!

 

99 Ways to Use Lanolin Beard Soap Recipe Ways to Use Lanolin Beard Soap Recipe

The first step to having a good beard is to have a good soap. After all, beard is hair and the first step to having good hair is to have a good shampoo, right?

Our Beard Soap recipe is a good start to beard maintenance. It’s a hot process soap that uses liquid lanolin USP which has the same benefits as the lanolin that comes in the more solid form. You also have the nourishing oils and butters of jojoba, sweet almond, and cocoa butter, to just name a few. Your beard will feel soft and moisturized. Not only does this beard soap clean without stripping but it hydrates your beard, and it will do the same to your skin beneath. We used our Gurjun Balsam Essential Oil for a soft, aromatic fragrance that smells woodsy with a tiny bit of sweetness.

 

99 Ways to Use Lanolin Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe Ways to Use Lanolin Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe

Here’s a “handy” way to keep your hands moisturized and protected without the mess of carrying around a bottle of lotion. Our Hydrating Hand Stick is perfect for keeping in your purse, pocket, or even your kids’ backpacks! With skin happy ingredients like shea butter, olive oil and lanolin oil USP liquid, you can be sure your hands will always be shielded from the bitter winter elements. They will stay soft and hydrated and since the ingredients are easily absorbed into your skin you will not have that greasy feeling some hand lotions leave behind. We’ve chosen our Nectarine & Mint fragrance Oil that has a citrus scent with a light touch of mint. A perfect scent that does not become too overpowering.

 

99 Ways to Use Lanolin Cold Process Shaving Soap Recipe Ways to Use Lanolin Cold Process Shaving Soap Recipe

You would be surprised at how popular shaving soap really is. In all honesty, using shampoo on your beard is a big no-no! Shampoo is designed to strip all the oils and dirt from the hair.  That is all fine and good for your hair, but it’s not so fine and good for your beard. A dry beard is an itchy beard. You will want your beard moisturized and soft, with all those important skin oils still intact!

Our Cold Process Shaving Soap is the perfect gentle wash to keep your beard happy and healthy looking. We’ve used shea butter, apricot kernel oil and lanolin Oil USP liquid to help keep your beard hydrated and soft. Bentonite clay, which is not just for facial masks, gives this soap a nice glide to the lather and helps if you have oily skin. We’ve chosen our Black Ops fragrance oil that smells like the popular men’s cologne. It has a nice masculine scent of citrus followed by a nice woodsy undertone.

 

99 Ways to Use Lanolin Pooch Smooch Solid Shampoo Bar Recipe Ways to Use Lanolin Pooch Smooch Solid Shampoo Bar Recipe

Washing your dog can be such a hassle sometimes. If your dog doesn’t like bath time and you have a large puppy dog, it can start out looking like something out of a wrestling match!

Our Pooch Smooch Solid Shampoo Bar recipe won’t make getting Fido into the tub easier, but it will make the process of soaping them up a little less crazy! With these shampoo bars shaped like cute doggy bones, this is a gentle and easy soap recipe that uses our Oatmeal melt and pour soap, some skin beneficial Vitamin E and Lanolin Oil USP liquid. Your furry friend’s skin and fur will be moisturized, soft and have a nice, clean feel to their fur. Our Pooch Smooch fragrance oil that inspired this recipe has a light scent of melons and cucumbers. How cute would these look in your line of doggy care products? I say they would look adorable!

 

99 Ways to Use Lanolin Rejuvenating Foot Balm Recipe Ways to Use Lanolin Rejuvenating Foot Balm Recipe

Feet have it hard, wouldn’t you agree? You stand on them, walk on them, run on them, stick them into heels, tennis shoes, flip-flops. Or you just go barefoot! This happens to be one of my favorite things to do in the summertime! They support you all day, every day. Give your feet a much needed treat!

Give this Rejuvenating Foot Balm a try for those tired dogs! With shea butter, olive oil and lanolin oil USP liquid, it will give your feet some moisturizing protection.  You will have soft, smooth skin that will thank you for giving them a lift. We made it even better by adding essential oils that will help perk up your feet, and your nose too! We’ve chosen Peppermint (Redistilled), Tea Tree Australian, and Eucalyptus Globulus essential oils which are awesome for relaxing your body, soothe sore muscles and help heal skin conditions. After a long day, no matter what it is you do, give this foot balm a try!

 

9 ways to Use Lanolin Foaming Body Scrub for Men Recipe9 ways to Use Lanolin Foaming Body Scrub for Men Recipe

This eye-catching Foaming Body Scrub for Men would make a wonderful addition to your men’s line of handcrafted bath and body products. You could even just give this body scrub to any man in your life as a gift. This foaming body scrub has some amazing skin-loving ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil and of course lanolin oil USP to help lock in that moisture and keep the skin soft and hydrated. We have also used activated charcoal powder to help detoxify those skin pores and slough away dead skin cells! Your man’s skin will look healthy and vibrant after their shower. Our fragrance oil of Black Tuxedo will leave them smelling of wood, leather and musk. A very sexy scent that will make your nose happy!

 

9 Ways to Use Lanolin Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process Soap Recipe9 Ways to Use Lanolin Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process Soap Recipe

How adorable would this soap look displayed for your customers to see! It is a truly creative way to start the new year off right or to enhance your Valentine’s Day collection!

Creating a simple cold process soap with shea butter, mango butter, sweet almond oil and lanolin, just to name a few of the ingredients, you are sure to create a skin happy soap to keep that skin soft, smooth and hydrated!

To top off your Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process Soap, you will whip up some of your soap batter to give it the look of champagne foam! The champagne bottles and strawberry embeds that are the “strawberry on top” and are simple to create with our diamond clear melt and pour soap! Of course, our fragrance of choice is Strawberries and Champagne fragrance oil. An effervescent scent of champagne and the sweet tang of strawberries!

There you have it folks, 9 ways to use lanolin in some pretty easy recipes for bath and body! Lanolin is such an amazing and inexpensive addition to soaps, scrubs, and balms! Your skin will thank you for taking such good care of it! We here, at Nature’s Garden, hope to have inspired you to create some new ideas for your customers, clients or even family members.

 

Jan
15

Lanolin Oil Benefits


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Lanolin Oil BenefitsLanolin Oil Benefits

You are going to love using this liquid wax in your homemade bath and body creations.There are quite a few Lanolin Oil Benefits for both your body and your homemade products. This cosmetic ingredient is very moisturizing and amazing when it comes to protecting your body from head to toe. So, this ingredient is especially perfect for dry, cold seasons when your skin is most at risk of drying out and your hair is likely to dry out and frizz up. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient closely resembles lipids that are natural to the human body. This makes it easy for Lanolin Oil to enhance the protection and moisture of our own bodies. So, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for helping care for our bodies when they need some extra moisture or nourishment.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Your Homemade Products

Obviously, you want your cosmetic ingredients to benefit your homemade products in some way. Otherwise, you would end up with products that look nice but are virtually useless. Nobody wants that! Luckily, Natures Garden ingredients, like Lanolin Oil, are perfect for making amazing products that work great at making your beautiful. While this ingredient has quite a few beneficial properties, each cosmetic ingredient has a different set of properties that can be used to create certain types of bath and body products. So, let’s go over the beneficial properties that this liquid wax can provide for your various bath and body creations.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Making CP SoapLanolin Oil Benefits for Making CP Soap

One great way to use this lovely cosmetic ingredient is to create your very own cold process soap recipes. This liquid wax is perfect for adding some extra conditioning properties to your soap bars. Your skin is sure to love the moisturizing care, as the oil maintains its conditioning properties through the soaponification process. This means that it will be just as conditioning and skin loving in your soap as always. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient will create a soft, silky feel for your homemade soap. Another bonus that sets this ingredient apart from your other soap making supplies is the long shelf life! Since this ingredient is a skin softening wax instead of an oil, it will last longer than many of your luxurious cosmetic oils. Plus, it works just as well. If you would like to try one of our recipes with lanolin oil, then take a look at the Pooch Smooch Solid Shampoo Bar Recipe.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Skin Hydrating ProductsLanolin Oil Benefits for Skin Hydrating Products

Skin hydrating products, like lotions and scrubs, can benefit from the addition of this cosmetic wax. This potential ingredient is perfect for moisturizing and caring for your skin. Plus, lanolin oil is able to easily sink into your skin to nourish deep down. Further, combining this cosmetic wax with other amazing ingredients, like Vitamin E Oil, will help these other nutrients sink into deeper layers of the skin. So, the cosmetic wax will help bring down the nourishment of other cosmetic oils as it sinks into your skin. This allows your hydrating recipe to condition the skin even better than before! We added this lovely ingredient to both our Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe and our Rejuvenating Foot Balm Recipe, so check them out!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Beard Care

Another wonderful way to use this cosmetic ingredient is for creating homemade beard products. This liquid wax makes a perfect addition to a diy beard conditioner, which will add to the health of your beard and enhance its appearance. This ingredient is perfect for conditioning as well as taming. This cosmetic ingredient slightly weighs down the hair as it nourishes, so adding Lanolin Oil will help smooth out unruly beards. Further, this cosmetic wax is useful for preventing dry, itchy beards. The Lanolin Oil is able to moisturize the skin under your beard and leave it feeling soft and renewed. If you want to try Lanolin in your beard care routine, you can try out our very own Beard Balm Recipe!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Shaving RecipesLanolin Oil Benefits for Shaving Recipes

Also, you can use Lanolin Oil in your homemade shaving cream recipes. Another fun way to use this cosmetic ingredient is making your own shaving soap. Since this product is a homemade shaving cream that lathers and cleans, it is basically a two in one product. This cosmetic oil will protect, nourish, and clean your skin as you shave. Plus, the skin softening properties of this liquid wax are able to sink down into the skin and provide nourishment that will keep your skin feeling healthy. Further, Lanolin Oil is perfect for protecting your skin as the razor glides and removes hair. So, this will protect your skin from razor burn and scrapes. Those that are interested, can try out some Lanolin Oil in our Cold Process Shaving Soap Recipe!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Lip BalmLanolin Oil Benefits for Lip Balm

Additionally, this lovely cosmetic oil can be used to create some moisturizing lip balm products. This cosmetic ingredient is perfect for sealing in the moisture that your lips need as well as rejuvenating your dry, cracked lips. Using this cosmetic ingredient along with a few other conditioning oils in a lip balm would be the ultimate rejuvenation for your chapped lips. The nourishment of the oils would be able to sink down into your lips and the Lanolin will provide a protective layer against the elements. Plus, Lanolin Oil is wonderful for providing a lovely texture to your lip balm products. This liquid wax is easy to apply and has a gentle glide that will instantly soothe your lips.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Hair ConditionersLanolin Oil Benefits for Hair Conditioners

Further, you can use this cosmetic oil to create a deeply conditioning product for your hair. Lanolin Oil is perfect for locking in moisture and protecting the hair. Plus, this oil is perfect for using with other oils that are nourishing for the hair. The cosmetic wax will help these other oils sink in and add to the moisturizing power of your conditioner. This way your hair will be able to absorb more of the benefits from the cosmetic oils compared to your typical recipe.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Your Body

Not only do your ingredients need to benefit your bath and body creations, but they need to help your body in some way, too! Whether these cosmetic oils reduce wrinkles, condition the skin, or leave your hair feeling silky, you need your ingredients to care for your body. But, not every cosmetic ingredient cares for your body in the same way. So, different people and circumstances can think of different ingredients as perfect for their needs. This means that you may need an understanding of your ingredient’s properties to create products that are perfect for you!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Healing SkinLanolin Oil Benefits for Healing Skin

This cosmetic ingredient is deeply conditioning. So, it is the perfect choice for soothing dry, chapped skin.  Using lanolin on skin issues, like peeling, cracked, scaly, rough, or irritated skin, is a wonderful way to help heal quickly. This cosmetic ingredient forms a layer that prevents moisture loss, which is essential for healthy skin. But, this liquid wax doesn’t clog pores. Since the cosmetic oil is natural, it is perfect for using as a moisturizer. So, you can have all the benefits of locking in moisture without worrying about any blemishes.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Chapped LipsLanolin Oil Benefits for Chapped Lips

Also, Lanolin Oil is a great choice for creating a nourishing lip balm recipe. This cosmetic oil is perfect for helping chapped lips heal and stay moisturized! First, the cosmetic ingredient is able to protect the lips from chapping any further. This will finally provide your body the opportunity to heal. Plus, this ingredient will prevent your lips from losing moisture. This is especially useful when adding to a lip balm that uses other moisturizing oils. Together, these ingredients will give you back your luscious lips in no time!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Your HairLanolin Oil Benefits for Your Hair

Plus, Lanolin Oil is perfect for hair that needs some extra conditioning. This product will protect and moisturize your hair. This liquid wax acts as a barrier that prevents your hair from drying out. So, this ingredient is especially wonderful for people with thick, curly hair. As this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for conditioning your gorgeous locks. While those with thin or straight hair can use this for some deep conditioning, it may weigh your hair down too much. Further, this oil is a great substitute for thicker oils, like Castor Oil. For those that aren’t fond of the sticky texture of Castor Oil will find that this liquid wax is a perfect replacement. This ingredient is a heavier oil that is very conditioning without being too sticky or thick.  Also, you can combine this liquid wax with other oils or use it on its own to condition wet hair. 

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Reducing WrinklesLanolin Oil Benefits for Reducing Signs of Aging

This lovely cosmetic ingredient is perfect for reducing signs of aging, like wrinkles. While there is nothing wrong with getting older, some signs of aging are simply due to dry or undernourished skin. So, caring for your skin with amazing and conditioning cosmetic ingredients is a perfect way to reduce premature wrinkles naturally. Plus, it will leave your skin healthy and beautiful. Luckily, Lanolin Oil is one of the best cosmetic ingredients for caring for and protecting your skin. Furthermore, since this cosmetic oil is similar to the lipids in our body, it is able to be used without clogging pores. So, you can incorporate this amazingly moisturizing ingredient in your recipes for homemade face cream for wrinkles.

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Splitting NailsLanolin Oil Benefits for Splitting Nails

Growing out your natural nails can be difficult. So, it is especially frustrating when your nails begin to split and peel. This splitting may be caused by harsh nail beauty products or even using too much nail polish remover, as these sorts of things can dry out your nails. This means that we are diminishing the oils that help your nails stay strong and healthy. Luckily, we can use lanolin oil to nourish and rejuvenate our nails to make them stronger and less likely to split!

Lanolin Oil Benefits for Anti Chlorine Cream for SwimmingLanolin Oil Benefits for Anti Chlorine Cream for Swimming

This lovely cosmetic oil is not just great for locking moisture in for your hair and skin. It can help you keep it out, too. Since Lanolin Oil is a wonderful barrier against water, it is perfect for helping keep the pool water from your skin and hair. So, you can ensure that the good moisture stays in and the chemicals, like chlorine, are out. Not only will this prevent your skin from drying out, but it is perfect for preventing sensitive skin from getting rashes. This would make Lanolin Oil a perfect ingredient for creating an anti chlorine cream.

Lanolin Oil Benefits: Where the Oil Comes

This lovely cosmetic ingredient is naturally made by sheep. The Lanolin Oil is used by the sheep to protect their wool. So, this cosmetic ingredient is collected at the same time as the sheep’s wool, which is used for items like clothing. Once the wool and lanolin are separated, the Lanolin Oil is perfect for using in bath and body products. This natural product will condition and protect the skin and hair of humans just as it protected the sheep’s wool. So, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for creating natural products that are very effective at moisturizing. If you are interested in the process, then check out this video of a sheep farmer Extracting Lanolin from Sheep’s Wool, Edwardian Farm!

Lanolin Oil Benefits: Share With Us

We at Natures Garden would love to hear all about your favorite ways to use Lanolin Oil. Any recipes that include this cosmetic ingredient are sure to really care for the skin. So, they are sure to be wonderful products! If you want to contact us, then feel free to find us on any of these social media platforms. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on either Twitter or Instagram. We hope to hear from you soon!

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Best Oils For Your Hair Type


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Best Oils For Your Hair TypeBest Oils For Your Hair Type

When creating your own conditioning recipes, knowing the best oils for your hair type is extremely helpful! Today, Natures Garden reviews the properties of luscious oils and the effects they have on hair. While many oils can be used for a few different types of hair, it’s easier to formulate a recipe with an understanding of the properties of the oils. Depending on your hair type, you may need to adjust amounts and mix different oils. But, this basic review of cosmetic oils is a good place to start!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type All Hair Types

Just as each hair type has different qualities, all oils have different properties. While there are oils that work best for specific hair types, some oils work well for everyone. There are other oils have more distinct qualities that only work for a few hair types. However, these more universal oils provide nutrients that every head of hair would need. So, these next few oils are the ones that everyone could include in their hair care easily. They provide deep moisturization, absorb fairly quickly, and any excess oil washes out easily. This means that you can get the perfect amount of moisture without heavy oils weighing down your hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Coconut OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is a perfect cosmetic oil for all types of hair. This oil is very similar to our own natural oils, so even greasy hair can benefit from using a bit of this oil. Adding coconut oil to your hair care will help to replenish your strands essential nutrients and keep your natural oil production at a healthy level. Plus, this cosmetic oil is packed full of essential nutrients that will strengthen strands and promote hair growth.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Jojoba  Oil

Since Jojoba Oil is similar in content to your natural hair oils, this is a perfect addition to any conditioning recipe. Due to this oil’s similarity, it won’t disturb your balance of oils. This means that this oil would make a nice addition to products for any hair type. Plus, this cosmetic oil contains nutrients that will leave your hair feeling soft and shiny. Further, this oil is very soothing to the scalp and could help reduce dandruff.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Vitamin E OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Vitamin E Oil

A bit of Vitamin E Oil in any hair care product is beneficial. This oil is a thick, rich oil that wonderfully nourishes the hair. This cosmetic oil makes a wonderful addition to hair care products as an added supplement that will nourish and care for your hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Oily HairBest Oils For Your Hair Type Oily Hair

We all need conditioner, but you may need a little less. This excess of natural oils has you never wanting to add more oils. You don’t want to neglect your ends, but your scalp seems to have all of your moisturization covered. Trying to figure out a perfect routine for your greasy hair can become frustrating. Every head of hair is different, so there is experimenting involved to finding your own regime. But, we’d like to share some oils that would work best for those with an oily hair type. This way you can create a conditioner that works for you and keeps your ends moisturized, without becoming too oily at the scalp.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed Oil is a light, moisturizing cosmetic oil that will get your hair shiny without feeling greasy. This oil will absorb fairly quickly to provide your hair with needed proteins and minerals. So, you won’t be left with heavy oils weighing down your hair.

 

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Sunflower OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Sunflower Oil

Also, Sunflower Oil is a great choice for those with oily locks. While this oil contains nutrients that are important for healthy hair, this cosmetic oil is light and perfect for this hair type. This oil is light, easily absorbed. This means that the oils won’t cling to your hair and add to your natural oils. Plus, Sunflower Oil penetrates deep into each individual strand to ensure that all your hair has been taken care of.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Argan OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Argan Oil

Next, we have an oil that those with oily hair are going to love. Argan Oil is an ultralight oil that won’t leave your hair greasy. However, this doesn’t mean that this oil isn’t perfect for moisturizing your ends. This oil is perfect for hydrating, as the oil sinks in quickly and easily. This oil is able to penetrate deep into the hair to repair any damage. So, you can get the right level of moisture and shine exactly where you need it.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Frizzy or Dry HairBest Oils For Your Hair Type Frizzy or Dry Hair

If you have dry, frizzy, or damaged hair, then you are going to need some powerful moisturizing power. Not only do you want to use nourishing conditioner, but a hair mask from time to time may be necessary. So, you may need some thicker and oils with more a more protective quality in your own hair care products.

 

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Macadamia Nut OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Macadamia Nut Oil

Dry and frizzy hair can benefit from using Macadamia Nut Oil. This oil is perfect for the most dried out and damaged hair. Nut based oils tend to be more nourishing and this specific nut based oil is one of the richest. Since this oil is very moisturizing, you could potentially overuse this oil. It is best to use as a deep conditioning hair mask every so often. Depending on the level of dryness or heat damage that you experience would determine how much you need. This luxurious oil could work perfectly in hair mask recipes used on a weekly or biweekly basis.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Meadowfoam Seed OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Meadowfoam Seed Oil

This oil is great for dry or damaged hair. Both shine and moisture are added to your hair due to the oil. Not only does Meadowfoam Seed Oil lock in the moisture, but it is known to have some UV light protection against sun damage. So, this oil will be perfect for protecting your dry, damaged hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type LanolinBest Oils For Your Hair Type Lanolin Oil USP Liquid

If your hair has become unbearably dry, then you may want to try out Lanolin in your homemade conditioner. This ingredient is thick, but it sure does moisturize! This oil will lock in moisture and add extra protection. Also, this oil will likely be better suited for someone with thicker or even curly hair, too. It could be too greasy for some with thinner hair. But, this oil is sure to be perfect for deep, heavy moisturizing that will solve dry hair issues.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Curly Hair

Curly hair is gorgeous, we just need to know how to care for it! Curly hair is a bit tricky because it is difficult for your natural oils to protect your hair as it grows. This leaves you with hair that is naturally dry. Further, it is nearly impossible to brush your natural oils down to where you need them. So, you are definitely in need some deep conditioning oils that will protect your hair. This means any of your hair care products should contain at least a few oils that will last and protect!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Castor OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Castor Oil

Castor Oil is a thicker cosmetic oil that is nice for making products for curly hair. While this oil is a bit more difficult to wash out after using, this amazing oil has the nourishment that curly hair craves. First, this oil is exceptional at drawing moisture into your hair and retaining your natural moisture, as well. So, your luscious locks will be left shiny, moisturized, and soft after a few uses! Further, castor oil will coat and protect your hair from the friction damage that comes from brushing or washing your hair. Ultimately, this oil can sometimes help reduce frizz, split ends, and add some shine.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Avocado OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Avocado Oil

Another great oil for moisturizing your curly hair is Avocado Oil. This lovely oil will nourish and strengthen your hair. Since curly hair needs deep moisturization, this oil is perfect! Avocado Oil will sink in and moisturize from root to tip. Furthermore, this oil can help repair damage and strengthen your strands. Plus, this oil is perfect for taming frizz, detangling, and adding shine!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Thick HairBest Oils For Your Hair Type Thick Hair

Everyone thinks that thick hair must be a dream come true, but there are a few things you still need to worry about. While full hair is pretty great for creating gorgeous hairdos, it is a lot to manage! It takes forever to blow dry, brush, and fix. Plus, it can be difficult for moisture to get all the way down into thick hair. So, here are some oils that work well specifically for thicker hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Olive Oil Best Oils For Your Hair Type Olive Oil

Olive oil is a rich ingredient that is packed full of nourishment for your hair. This oil is a deeply moisturizing oil that is full of vitamins and antioxidants. These nutrients help seal in moisture and protect your hair. This oil is not only great for moisturizing, but this oil is perfect for thick hair. As you work Olive Oil into your luscious locks, the oil will begin to nourish your hair. Plus, this hair type is better able to handle this thicker, more moisturizing oil.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Avocado OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Avocado Oil

Also, Avocado Oil is a great oil that could be helpful for thicker hair. This oil is full of vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, fatty acids, and biotin, which are amazing for hair care. This oil will perfectly moisturize without the downfall of leaving stiff residue on the hair. Plus, this oil is a perfect detangler, as it is naturally lubricating without making hair too greasy. So, this a great oil to help better manage all that glorious hair!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Fine HairBest Oils For Your Hair Type Fine Hair

Whether you have thick or thin hair, you could have fine hair. Fine hair actually refers to the thickness of individual strands. This results in fine hair strands, hair that is fragile and is more susceptible to breakage. Plus, fine hair requires lighter oils for conditioning, as heavy oils will noticeably weigh down the hair. While you don’t want that to happen, it is important to still provide your hair with moisture. So, you need to know what oils would work best in your customized shampoo and conditioner recipes.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Grapeseed Oil

We’re back again with the Grapeseed Oil! Not only is this a good hair for oily hair, but this oil will help strengthen your hair! This oil contains essential nutrients that your strands can really benefit from! Adding this cosmetic oil to your hair care products will promote hair growth and strength that is perfect for fine strands as well. After this oil is absorbed by your hair, the oil fortifies and strengthens your strands. This will prevent split ends and breaking, as well as reduce thinning hair and frizz.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Safflower OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Safflower Oil

Another great oil for fine hair is Safflower Oil. Safflower oil is perfect for hair growth and strengthening hair. This oil supplements the protein in your individual strands to provide extra strength that your hair needs. Since fine hair has thinner strands and is more prone to breakage, this oil is perfect for managing your hair! Also, this oil is especially great if you are trying to grow your hair out longer.

 

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Thin Hair

While everyone seems to want thicker hair, there are some perks to having thinner hair. It’s easier to control and takes less time to manage. So, your hair may not require deep, revitalizing conditioning, your hair still needs the care of nourish oils. Whether the oils that you choose are great for adding volume, moisture, or nutrients, these oils are light and perfect for thinner hair types.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Sweet Almond OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Sweet Almond Oil

Your hair is going to need an oil that is light and absorbs easily. So, Sweet Almond Oil is the perfect oil! While this oil is full of moisturizing power, this oil will not leave your hair feeling weighed down. This oil will absorb quickly into the hair so that it gets the nourishment it requires. However, this oil won’t leave behind a heavy coating on the surface of your strands. You can strengthen your individual strands without getting too oily.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Sesame Seed OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Sesame Seed Oil

Also, Sesame Seed Oil Is a perfect oil for thin hair types. This oil is non greasy and perfect for moisturizing. This oil prevents moisture loss as it conditions and leaves a soft shine to your hair. Further, this cosmetic oil is great for adding fullness and volume to both fine or thin hair types. So, this is a perfect way to moisturize and add body to your hair.

 

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Additional Hair Qualities to Consider

In addition to the different qualities that hair can have, there are various issues that could need attention. These oils have been shown to be useful for reducing some kind of issue that is common with hair. If you are experiencing hair loss, dandruff, or premature graying, then some of these oils below may be perfect for you!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Dandruff Prone HairBest Oils For Your Hair Type Dandruff Prone Hair

A dry scalp is really a pain. Not only do you have to worry about flecks in your hair, but this dry skin can end up on clothes, too. Talk about ruining a nice occasion. But, you aren’t trapped and there is a solution! There are many moisturizing oils that are perfect for fighting dandruff. So, here are a couple great choices for your hair care.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Safflower OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Safflower Oil

Safflower Oil is great for improving hair growth. This oil contains rich ingredients, like oleic acid and Vitamin E, that are perfect for the scalp. Applying this oil to your scalp will provide the moisture your skin needs. This will create healthier skin on your scalp and reduce dandruff. Plus, this oil isn’t very heavy and will be easy to incorporate into hair products for all hair types.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Olive Oil

Olive Oil is another oil that is great for moisturizing the scalp. This cosmetic oil is full of healthy, fatty acids that will both enrich and protect your hair. Plus, the vitamins that this oil contains help deal with bald patches and banish dandruff. However, realize that this oil is thick and is better suited for thicker hair. Otherwise, this oil may weigh your hair down too much.

 

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Hair Loss

It can be easy to get hair pulled out from time to time, especially with longer hair. But sometimes, you may feel like you are just losing too much. On the other hand, you could have an underlying skin issue that could be causing hair loss. So, we have a few different oils that have shown to either reduce hair loss, strengthen hair, or promote faster growth.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Pumpkin Seed Oil

This oil has been known to be great for reducing hair loss. This oil adds essential nutrients that are important for the production of hair. These nutrients, especially zinc and magnesium, can help to not only thicken your hair but to speed up growth, too.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot Kernel Oil is a perfect oil for promoting hair growth. This oil promotes hair growth by moisturizing the scalp, lubricating the hair follicles, and preventing moisture loss. So, this oil controls the moisture level and promotes hair growth.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Castor Oil

Also, Castor Oil is wonderful for preventing hair loss for a few reasons. First, this oil is beneficial for those with folliculitis and scalp infections, as this oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Plus, this cosmetic oil has properties that increase circulation and replenish natural oils to promote hair growth. Also, this oil will help support and strengthen your hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Premature GrayingBest Oils For Your Hair Type Premature Graying

Nobody is excited for their hair to go gray. While this process will naturally happen as a person gets older, you’d definitely like to stop it from happening right now! So, we have found a few oils that have been known to slow or reduce the appearance of graying hair. While this won’t alter the natural process of hair as you age, these oils can be used to help reduce premature graying!

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Rice Bran Oil

The antioxidants and high Vitamin E content in Rice Bran Oil are very beneficial to the hair. This cosmetic oil acts as an anti-aging product for your skin. While this oil won’t dye previously existing gray hair, this oil will help prevent premature graying of hair before it happens. Thus, this oil replenishes essential nutrients in your hair.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type Sesame Seed OilBest Oils For Your Hair Type Sesame Seed Oil

Also, Sesame Seed Oil can be used to help retain your natural color for longer. By massaging this oil into your scalp you will be adding this oil’s natural properties to the base of your hair. This will slow graying by darkening your hair and helping it to remain healthy.

Best Oils For Your Hair Type

While many of these oils can benefit other hair types, categorizing these oils helps to understand their beneficial properties. Also, you may fine it most beneficial to mix oils from a few different categories depending on your unique hair type.

Also, you can try a hair conditioner base recipe of ours, such as Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Recipe, Bergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner Recipe, or Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe. Alternatively, you can create your own recipe from scratch that incorporates the oils with the best qualities for your needs.