Although store-bought hair masks can seem like a quick and easy fix, there are often too many ingredients that can actually further damage your locks (sulfates, parabens, etc.).
Some of our favorite hair masks can be easily made in the comfort of your own kitchen with simple ingredients you may already have on hand. Keep reading to learn how to whip.
Scalp Calming Mask
If you suffer from a dry, itchy scalp, this mask made from oats, almond milk and coconut oil should be first on your list of DIY masks to try. Oats are great for providing light scalp exfoliation and are full of B-vitamins that help draw water in, penetrating deep within the hair shaft to moisturize and repair from the inside out. Oats are natural humectants which means they’ll help prevent frizz, ensuring both your hair and scalp are smooth and shiny.
- To make this make, simply combine ½ cup of oats and 1 tablespoon of almond milk and 1 tablespoon coconut oil.
- Mix it, mask it, rinse it out after 20-30 minutes.
- Use this mask whenever your scalp starts to feel dry and itchy.
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