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How To Make A Deep Conditioning Coconut Oil Hair Mask

HOW TO MAKE A DEEP CONDITIONING COCONUT OIL HAIR MASK

Girls, I’ve been posting a lot of reviews lately so I thought I’d switch it up a little and post an easy DIY Beauty Project for you all to try. I’m going to show you beauties how to make a deep conditioning coconut oil hair mask which is a quick, inexpensive & an easy way to deeply nourish and condition damaged hair without forking out on expensive hair products. Most hair products work to make hair LOOK healthier but they don’t work within like coconut oil which helps to prevent hair breakage, controls frizz, eliminates dandruff and soothes scalp psoriasis and it is also a great moisturiser for both the scalp and hair, helping to stimulate hair growth and make hair softer, shinier and healthier-looking.

ORGANIC COCONOT OIL DEEP CONDITIONING HAIR MASK

I use a deep conditioning coconut oil hair mask about once or twice a week and I always leave it on overnight to give it the deepest treatment possible. You can leave it on for however long you want but I’d recommend at least an hour to let the oil do its magic. Coconut oil can be hard to remove from the hair but a couple of washes will eventually get the oil out – just make sure to condition afterwards.


What You Will Need:

Coconut OilI’m using some 100% organic, extra virgin, raw cold pressed coconut oil which I got for £2.99 at B&M. Total Bargain! You can also get some HERE.

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A BowlI use a Tinting Bowl – you can get them cheap HERE.

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A Tinting Brush – You can get one HERE

ORGANIC COCONUT OIL HAIR MASK

An Old T-ShirtCoconut oil gets very messy! Don’t wear your fave top.

ClingfilmThis will keep the heat in and stop any oil from dripping down your face.


How To Make The Coconut Oil Hair Mask:

Put on an old t-shirt because coconut oil can stain and it can be really messy.

Comb through hair and detangle any knots.

Put a few tablespoons of solid coconut oil into a bowl and melt for 10 seconds in the microwave. Turning the solid oil into a hot liquid oil which will penetrate hair better than a cold oil. Give it a good stir.

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Part hair into four sections and apply the coconut oil to the roots, mid-lengths and ends using the tinting brush for precise application.

If there is any left over oil just apply it to the hair with your fingers and massage in for a minute or two, paying attention to the scalp area to stimulate hair growth.

Comb through to ensure full coverage and even distribution.

Tie hair up into a bun and wrap the whole of your head with clingfilm.

Leave on for 1 hour + or overnight for an even deeper conditioning treatment. Make sure to place a towel over your pillow to prevent staining if you are leaving it on overnight.

To wash off – shampoo hair two or three times and condition as usual.  Coconut oil can be difficult to remove so it may require more than one wash to completely remove it from the hair.

Style hair as usual.

Use 1-2 times a week for lush, healthy hair!


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Review: Rio Rosa Mosqueta – Pure Chilean Rosehip Seed Oil

Review: It’s my Birthday next week! Turning 29 has got me a little depressed if I’m truthful. One year away from being a 30 year old makes me so emotional! The last few years of being a twenty-something I have noticed that those dreaded wrinkles have started creeping up on my face, especially between my eyebrows. Deep frown lines is not a good look is it?  Being a needle phobe wimp, Botox is not an option for me, so I thought I was doomed until Rio Rosa kindly gifted me some of their Pure Chilean Rosehip Seed Oil from their Rio Amazon Collection. ❤

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The oil is also not only good for reducing signs of ageing, it is also great for stretch marks, uneven skin tone, sun damage and scars too. I’ve done my research and apparently Rosa Mosqueta (main ingredient) is a wild rose that grows in the valleys of the Chilean Andes. The rose is a rich source of vitamins A, C & E which encourages healthy skin regeneration and cell hydration. It is 100% natural, pure and unscented too. Sounds good!

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Results:

I’ve been using twice a day for the past week, massaging the Rosehip Oil into my frown lines for two minutes each time and I’ve gotta say they do look less noticeable. My skin looks more radiant too. My wrinkles haven’t disappeared completely, as I knew they wouldn’t but I’m going to keep using to see if they fade a little bit more, hopefully it will prevent any more wrinkles from appearing. I’m pleased with the results so far!

DISCLOSURE: This product was gifted to me free of charge for review purposes.

Where To Buy:

You can get some Rosehip Oil here.

A 20ml bottle of Rio Rosa Mosqueta – Rosehip Oil is £10.49 to buy and a 50ml bottle costs £20.49. It last’s for ages! They have lots of other natural skincare products too. It’s worth having a nose. Remember, you’ve gotta prevent them wrinkles while you’re still young girls, trust me!


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