Jasmine & Sandalwood Hair Balm

Frizz driving you nuts? Split ends making you split hairs? Well, have we got a treat for you! Roll out the red carpet for our hair balm that is as aromatic as a midnight garden, thanks to Jasmine and Sandalwood. This little miracle in a jar will transform your hair from a rebellious teen to a sophisticated debutante.

This DIY delight is as easy to make as a cheese sandwich, but ten times more nourishing. It's an all-natural hair dessert that smooths your hair, polishes your cuticle, gives your locks a glossy sheen, and fortifies your tresses. It's like a superfood smoothie for your hair, minus the kale.

Now, let's talk ingredients. This recipe is like a who's who of the oil world. We've got Coconut Oil, the life of the party; Shea Butter, everyone's best friend; Sweet Almond Oil, the quiet achiever; Wheat Germ Oil, the brainiac; and Vitamin E, the overachiever. 

And hey, I'm a big fan of multi-tasking – who isn't, right? So feel free to use this beauty concoction on your hands, cuticles, heels, elbows, or anywhere else you fancy. It's like a Swiss Army knife of beauty balms.

When it comes to application on your hair, remember – this balm is like a reality TV show, a little goes a LOOOONG way. Just dab a smidge on your palm, rub your hands together like a scheming villain and massage through your hair. Focus on the frizz, or go all out – it's your show!

So, dive in, enjoy, and may the green blessings be with you! And remember, don't let anyone with bad hair tell you how to live your life.

You can buy almost everything you need from Mountain Rose Herbs
Jasmine & Sandalwood Hair Balm
10 grams Beeswax
20 grams Coconut Oil
10 grams Shea Butter
10 grams Sweet Almond Oil
10 grams Wheat Germ Oil (I like to use the capsules)
1 ml Vitamin E Oil
1 ml Rosemary Extract
50 drops of Aura Cacia Love Potion Blend Essential Oil (or your favorite blend)

Place the beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter, sweet almond oil and wheat germ oil in a small glass measuring cup and place in a simmering pot of water. Allow to melt over low heat.  Remove from heat and stir in the Vitamin E Oil and Rosemary Extract.

Add in the essential oil and transfer to hot mixture to a heat safe container.  Make sure to label your hair balm.
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