5 DIY Scalp Treatments for textured hair: Revitalize Your Hair Naturally! Sarah Jane & Lomas Beauty

5 DIY Scalp Treatments for textured hair: Revitalize Your Hair Naturally!

Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. However, with so many scalp treatments on the market, it can be hard to find the right one that works for your hair type and scalp condition. That's where DIY scalp treatments come in. Not only are they affordable and easy to make at home, but they also allow you to tailor the treatment to your specific needs. 

Here are the 5 trending DIY scalp treatments for textured hair. 

  1. Rosemary oil and apple cider vinegar: Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory properties that can help soothe an irritated scalp, while apple cider vinegar can help remove product buildup. Mix a few drops of rosemary oil with apple cider vinegar and apply it to your scalp before shampooing.

  2. Rice water: Rice water has been used for centuries in Asia as a hair treatment. Soak rice in water for 30 minutes, strain the water, and use it as a rinse for your hair. Rice water is known for its ability to strengthen and add shine to hair.

  3. Yogurt hair mask: Yogurt is rich in protein, which can help repair damaged hair. Mix plain yogurt with ingredients like honey, avocado, or olive oil to create a nourishing hair mask that you can apply to your scalp and hair.

  4. Coconut oil and peppermint oil: Coconut oil is a great moisturizer for the scalp and hair, while peppermint oil can help stimulate blood flow to the scalp. Mix coconut oil with a few drops of peppermint oil and apply it to your scalp before shampooing.

  5. Black tea rinse: Brew black tea, let it cool, and use it as a rinse for dark hair. Black tea can enhance the color and add shine to hair.

These DIY scalp treatments are easy to make at home and can help promote a healthy scalp and hair. However, it's important to remember that not all treatments work for everyone. Always do a patch test before applying any new treatment to your scalp to avoid any allergic reactions or irritation. If you have persistent scalp issues, it's always best to consult with a dermatologist.

Our Herbal Blend Hair Growth and anti-tich serum is a nice companion to your DIY routine. It's packed with essential oils such as rosemary, jojoba, avocado and olive combined with an infusion of biotin to promote hair growth and revitalize your hair follicles for a healthy scalp.

Try one of the routines and let us know how it works! 


-SJL Beauty

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