• KB

    I use a mix of rosewater, aloe vera juice, sweet almond oil, tea trea oil, and rosemary oil. The tea tree helps with my itchy scalp, and the rosemary oil is supposed to encourage growth. Who knows. It smells pretty awful but my hair and scalp love it. No more flakes!

  • http://www.thewritecurldiary.com GG

    Chai, do you keep your spray in the fridge because of the aloe vera? And do you use aloe vera juice or aloe vera gel in your mix?

    • http://backtocurly.com chai

      good question, totally forgot to mention! I use Aloe from Aubrey Organics that has Vitamin E which helps to preserve already in it, so I don’t necessarily have to refrigerate. I do try and make the spritz in small batches as well, with the frequency in which I use it…I’m usually done in a bout two weeks or so, lol. But I find the juice to work best for a lighter feel on my hair. I’ll update the post to include more info as well;)

  • http://alldaynatural.com alldaynatural

    I just discovered that I can get Rose Water at my local grocery store, so I can’t wait to pick it up and try this. Thanks, Chai!

    How long does this mixture last?

    • http://backtocurly.com chai

      I make in small batches, so typically 2 weeks or so…I use it pretty much every day in the morning to refresh or sometimes at night if hair’s especially dry

  • mangomadness

    Right now, I have a mix of green tea, honey and tea tree oil. It’s wonderful for my hair and is a good facial spritz as well.

  • Lesa Yaish

    Aloe vera is a succulent plant species that probably native plant originated in northern Africa. The species does not have any naturally occurring populations, although closely related aloes do occur in northern Africa.

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