What can I make with these ingredients?

I am interested in making a daily spritz but don't know where to start. I currently have Castor oil, olive oil, vegetable glycerin, lavender oil and coconut oil...any suggestions??


  • Curly_JammyCurly_Jammy Registered Users Posts: 626
    two tips

    If you live in a dry area I would skip the glycerin, & be easy the the castor oil.


    Coconut oil is great to seal in the moisture after you spritz.

    Hope that helps
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  • holly8holly8 Registered Users Posts: 632
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  • HalfWavyHalfCurlyHalfWavyHalfCurly West Palm Beach, FLRegistered Users Posts: 907
    For a spritz, all of that together would be way too overpowering. There used to be a recipe going on years ago (don't have any idea if it continued circulating recently...) that went something like this:

    1 Cup of warm water (preferably distilled)
    2 Tbsp. of your favorite CO
    A few drops of jojoba oil or other of your preference
    Shake everything together in a spray bottle and use when cooled for touch-ups.

    Some people added a few drops of glycerine too, but gotta be careful not overdoing it as it can make the hair tacky/greasy looking; others with fine and not very curly hair added a bit of Epsom salts to encourage curl forming, and so on. If I were you, I'd use the basic recipe and just play around with it until you get the results you seek. Good luck!
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  • FreeFlowingFreeFlowing Registered Users Posts: 4
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  • FreeFlowingFreeFlowing Registered Users Posts: 4
    Thanks for all of the tips!
  • Akua WoodAkua Wood Registered Users Posts: 23
    Here is one of my recipes which you can adapt to suit. I prefer to weigh everything for accuracy.

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