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Frizzy Hair Rescue – Learn The Secret Kitchen Ingredient To Moisturize Hair Naturally

Filed Under: General Wellness & Wellbeing,Personal Care at 9:30 am | By: admin
Coconut Oil Hair Treatment


For years I fancied myself a “Long/Frizzy Hair Guru” of sorts. As a cosmetologist, I know about the structure of hair and how to take care of it; as an employee of LuckyVitamin I have access to all of the best, natural hair care products. So, I was pretty confident I had all the answers.

Six months ago, however, I was humbled. While I was visiting a good friend of mine I mentioned to her that I was having a hard time keeping the ends of my hair hydrated and healthy. I believe my exact words to her were, “I can’t stand my hair anymore! I look like a frizzy poodle!” … but I digress.

Her response, “Here, put some Coconut Oil in your hair.”

Like it was nothing. Like she didn’t just reveal to me the best possible solution for dry, frizzy hair – a solution that is cheap, easy to use, smells great, and is a staple in my kitchen.

If your hair is frizzy, it’s dry. Period. A lot of people think frizzy is just how their hair is, and that there is very little they can do about it. Not true. The answer is hydration. If you look at many of the products on the market targeting frizzy hair, they all strive to add moisture through oils or other oil-based creams. Based on my personal experience I believe they have the general idea correct, but the delivery falls short. Let me explain…

Typically, most hair products just coat the hair cuticle and do not fully penetrate it.  This prevents the hair from getting the moisture it needs. Luckily, I have been introduced to a solution, that through much experimenting, I have fine-tuned to perfection. I know you’re jealous, but really there’s no need to be. I am more than willing to share.

Hydrating Coconut Hair Mask


1.            Scoop out a heaping tablespoon of Coconut Oil.

2.            Rub your palms together (the heat from your hands will melt the oil)

3.            Apply the oil to the ends of your hair and sparingly on your scalp and roots

4.            Repeat the steps above until Coconut Oil is distributed through all of your hair

5.            Allow to sit for at least 20min. Length of time may vary depending on hair type.

6.            Apply a generous amount of shampoo to scalp and massage vigorously

7.            Rinse and apply conditioner

**Note – You can alter the amount of Coconut Oil you depending on hair type**

So there you go! My wisdom has been bestowed to you.  Let us know how it works!

7 Responses to “Frizzy Hair Rescue – Learn The Secret Kitchen Ingredient To Moisturize Hair Naturally”

  1. Marisa says:

    I also have frizzy hair and have never known how to deal with it. Hydration! Who knew!? I see that you offer different coconut oils, shampoos and conditioners. Do you have some advice as to which combination works best for frizzy hair and an oily scalp?

  2. Cheri Rizio says:

    Thanks! I love coconut oil but never used it on my hair. My ends have been extremely dry lately so I will be trying this!

  3. Arwyn says:

    My hair is the exact opposite and always oily unless I wash it every day and many shampoos make it worse. So do any oils. Suggestions?

  4. Jaci says:

    LOVE THIS! Thanks for sharing

  5. Kristen says:

    Thank you for sharing!! As a cosmetologist I am sure you are very fluent in high end products with a big price tag! To hear that coconut oil is something you swear by makes me definitely want to try it. I have been cooking with coconut oil for quite sometime now. It makes me so excited that I can run to the cabinet to try this. So glad you have it in stock and for an amazing price! Keep your beauty posts coming!!!
    Thanks for the idea. Let you know how it turns out!!

  6. Debbie says:

    This is an EXCELLENT idea! I do use coconut oil to straighten my hair when I’m using heat, but now I’ll use it as a pre-conditioner too!!! Thanks for the tip!

  7. Claire says:

    I like how you talk of your own story to transform it into useful advice for so many other readers. I am so headed to the kitchen right now. Thanks!

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