So we’ve established that I love face oils. Yup, it’s pretty much an obsession at this point. My love for all things oil extends to all things hair, too; the right hair oil can somewhat tame frizz and leave ends feeling silky soft. I’ve been trying some more natural options because I am all about the clean beauty this year. I also have super frizzy hair and I recently had it all bleached so SOS I need all the hydration I can get. So, onto the best Natural Hair Oils…
Alchemy Peppermint Hair Remedy
Anything that smells like mint pretty much automatically gets my attention because it’s always so fresh! Especially in haircare, because surely having fresh hair is something we’re all looking to cheat our way to. This, newly repackaged, oil from Alchemy is a hair remedy designed to stimulate the scalp & hair. Peppermint oil is particularly good for the scalp because it’s antibacterial and soothing; the menthol in it feels really cooling and refreshing which is just a dream. Ideal for this hot weather! Great used all over to add shine and nourish the hair.
Tropic Hair Smooth Radiance Oil
If you love traditional oils for smoothing on damp/dry hair but you’re not mad about the silicones in them, then this is the one for you. The Hair Smooth Radiance Oil can be used as a treatment and left on for longer but I like using a little amount onto damp hair to help it dry with less static. It has abyssinian oil, full of omega fatty acids to feed the hair, maracuja oil to give shine to the hair and vitamin E to hydrate the hair. This is one I’m using every time I wash my hair, and the bleach is being tamed. A little bit goes a long way, plus it smells delicious (perfect for hair flips).
More Tropic here!
Sister & Co Skin Food Drink For Hair
This oil is pretty much as natural as they come, as well as being vegan, 100% natural and certified organic. All the ingredients are cold-pressed plant oils and natural essential oils. It has coconut oil, argan oil, macadamia oil with rosemary, mandarin and jasmine absolute. It’s all pretty heavy, so it’s designed to be used on dry hair before being shampooed out of hair. I like using this once a week (usually on a Sunday because Sundays are made for pampers) and sleeping in it overnight before rinsing out on Monday morning. It leaves hair feeling so much softer after use.
More Sister & Co here!