This is fast and quite easy natural hair spray to make and works well for creating that beach hair look or as a light hold hair spray.
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To make your sea salt hair spray you will need to first measure out the amount of spray you want to make and also measure out your essential oils and polysorbate 20.
Add together equal amounts of essential oil and polysorbate 20 at a 1:1 ratio. This will prevent the essential oils from separating out of the spray. If you don’t want to use Polysorbate 20, your product will need to be shaken before use as the essential oils will float to the top.
Add your essential oil and polysorbate mixture to your Sea Salt Hair spray starting with a small amount and working in more until you get the right scent potency. Be sure to carefully keep record of the percentage of your essential oil mixture to the amount of spray you are using to ensure you can recreate and/or scale your product up or down.
A delicious smelling, easy-to-make scrub you will love!
With warmer weather, it’s time to break out the bathing suits and get prepared for fun in the sun. Get your skin ready too with this exfoliating Vanilla Coffee Sugar Scrub. It smells incredible and the caffeine in the coffee grounds will do amazing things for making your skin polished and soft!
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