Blue Tansy and Argan hair oil DIY

This is an absolutely luxurious hair oil. It is so easy to make it yourself. And if you have ever priced hair oils on the market, you will know that the price point for a hair oil of this caliber can get a little spendy. Blue Tansy is in so many hair, skin and body products these days because of what it does to support these body parts. I love making a good DIY with these types of clean ingredients in them because I have no doubts about their safety.

But the best thing is when these DIY products work as good or better than the products I’ve bought for years, and they cost a fraction of the amount. I can make them for my friends, my kids and share the recipes far and wide so you can make them and enjoy them too.

Just made this for Emerson because her hair has natural curls and can get a little dry due to her activity level. I might just rub it from head to toe because it’s so incredible. There are many ways to use it fresh out of the shower. The finished oil will be great on skin and in baths too.

I used a 1 oz blue spray bottle because it’s what I had on hand. When I make it for friends as presents I will probably do it in clear bottles so you can see the beautiful blue color.

BLUE TANSY & ARGAN hair oil

1/2 V6

1/2 Argan oil (here)

7 blue tansy oil

7 Cedarwood oil

3 Ylang Ylang oil

In one oz dropper or spray bottle. (These are perfect)

All oils are Young Living (grab yours here) and the V6 oil is a vegetable oil blend that is great as a carrier oil. A carrier oil dilutes and helps essential oil go further.

Enjoy

Barefoot & Well, Celeste

ps… Send me a message when you grab your oils so I can connect you with our oil education community and send you a little welcome gift.

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