DIY Natural Castor Oil Hair Serum For Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair is a different type of hair misery. It also happens to be the most common hair problem. Our hair tends to start acting up mostly in monsoon and humid weathers. A bad hair day can kill the entire look.

So, we turn to heat styling products for easy, quick freedom from frizzy hair. Heat styling can be a temporary fix, and yes, and it makes hair look great.

But, eventually, you'd end up leaning on the heat styling tool so much that it would be impossible to go without it, causing the hair to burn and turn more brittle. Moreover, it is always advised to use a serum before any kind of heat styling.

Serums are a must these days. They lock in the moisture content after washing and conditioning the hair and make sure that the hair looks sleek and shiny.

Finding a good hair serum that caters to all your hair needs can be challenging, especially the one that wouldn't be too expensive.

Here, I'll be sharing with you a simple DIY hair serum recipe with a few ingredients that would make your hair look glossy every day and help treat frizziness!

diy hair serum for frizzy hair

Ingredients Required:
Castor oil
Vitamin E capsules
Lavender/lemon/orange essential oil

diy hair serum for frizzy hair


Take about 2-3 tablespoons of castor oil and pour it into a little bottle. Take two capsules of vitamin E and burst them using a safety pin. Pour the liquid from them into the oil and mix it together.

Add a few drops of the essential oil of your choice. You can add any oil you like, according to what you want the serum to smell like. Adding lavender makes it smell classy and elegant and fresh all at once.

And adding lemon or orange can give it a sweet, refreshing, citrusy smell. This can be a great pick me up when you're tired.

Mix all the ingredients together either manually or by shaking the bottle thoroughly. This serum can be stored and it works better than store-bought chemical-laden serums.

It is firstly all natural, and castor oil is a very rich oil that provides intense moisture and hydration to the hair, making it look glossy all day.

Be sure to use it sparingly though; if you use too much, your hair could end up in looking too oily, greasy and flat.

So, a little bit of this hair serum goes a long, which is a great news, isn't it? You can make a large amount of it and keep using it for months!

I hope this post helps you solve your frizzy hair-related miseries. Keep reading this space for more such articles.

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