PRODUCT REVIEW–Homegrown Naturals of CT: Herb Infused Hot Oil Treatment

A couple of months ago while browsing my Instagram Feed, I came across Homegrown Naturals of CT’s page. In addition to pictures of beautiful women sporting beautiful textures, I noticed that she was in fact sending out free samples of an all natural hot oil treatment. Being the product junkie that I am and not to mention I have a hard time retaining moisture because of my thick strands, I contacted Daliah and she was all too happy to send me a sample!

Not even a week had passed when I came home to find a cute little package stuffed in my mailbox! I tore that package open so fast and sat it on my dresser because I was definitely not going to forget to include it in my morning regimen. I love a good scalp massage on the daily and this oil quickly became my number one pick! This hot oil treatment has 5 different oils, 3 essential oils, and 3 herbs. These oils and herbs are penetrating to the hair follicle and promote growth. The ingredients include: castor oil, olive oil, safflower oil, avocado oil, grape seed oil, lavender oil, rosemary oil, peppermint oil, lavender flowers, rosemary leaves, and chamomile flowers.

Every morning I spray my hair with my trusty spritz bottle of water, apply a generous amount of the herb infused oil to the tips of fingers and massage it into my scalp for about five minutes. Research has shown that massaging your scalp daily can promote hair growth and I am all for that! Before using this oil I have to tell you guys that my scalp was always extremely dry.. Like flaky dry. If i shook my head too fast, snow would fall sometimes. This particular oil definitely helped that to the point where I have minimal to no flaking AT ALL! The oil has a slight but not overpowering scent and it tingles a bit once it touches your scalp. I am sad to say that I am all of it but I will definitely be ordering more soon!

To order this product click on the picture below! Email her, tell her that I sent you and use the code: SKREV for a BOGO 1/2 OFF!! You will not be dissappointed.

 

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The LOC Method

The LOC Method has been proven over time to help your hair retain moisture. In my previous post, I said that once you Big Chop your hair can become very dry. The LOC Method is a sure-fire way to keep your tresses moisturized. I practice these steps in the morning when I wake up and repeat these steps before I go to bed.

 

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The Lis for LIQUID. I keep a spray bottle filled with water. So Im ready to spritz at any time of the day. And when Im at work, everytime I use the restroom, I throw some water in my hair. Lol

 

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The O is for OIL. I am a firm believer that my Ancient Secrets Hair Oil is whats giving me the tremendous growth on my hair. And until you’ve seen what my hair looked like before as in comparison to now- You cant tell me ANY different. The ingredients in this magical mixture include: Aloe Vera, T- Tree oil, Jojoba, Ginger, Organic Coconut, Egyptian Basil, Egyptian Fennel and Olive Oil. Each of these essential oils is broken down to prevent any irritation or burning to the skin.

 

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The is for Creme or Cream. This can mean many different things to many different people. Ive found what works for me and is Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding. Just a dollop of this on my hair will leave it feeling soft and lightweight all day! Not to mention it smells great!

Using these three things daily has made an impact on the health of my hair and the way it looks and feels. If practiced regularly, you can begin to see the difference too.

Any of my fellow naturalistas follow this method? What products do you use? Please share!

 

 

Peace.