My son, Max, has really long hair that I can’t bring myself to cutting short. He has so many years ahead of him to have a little boy cut. I just can’t cut his golden locks!
The downside to this long hair is that it tangles easily, so brushing after showers or bath is sometimes a struggle. I found a few DIY hair detangler spray recipes on Pinterest and decided to put together my own.
1/8 cup of water
2 Vitamin E drops (I purchased mine off of Amazon)
1 tsp. vegetable glycerin (also purchased off Amazon)
8 drops of lavender essential oil (I wanted to make sure this was included since I use it on Max’s hair right before bed time)
2 or 4 oz glass spray bottle
Combine all ingredients into the bottle and shake before every use. I use about 4-6 sprays on Max’s hair and then brush.
This works really well to help detangle Max’s hair. Added bonus: it smells amazing. Nothing like a little lavender pre-bed to help get the kiddo in rest mode. I started with a smaller amount of ingredients just in case I didn’t like how it turned out. If you double this recipe you will over a months worth of spray.
If you have your own hair detangler recipe, I’d love for you to share in the comments below.
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4 thoughts on “DIY All Natural Hair Detangler Spray”
This is SO great to know! My girls' hair is SO tangly all the time, and I love the idea of using this all-natural product. Have you checked out the Wet Brush? It's crucial here!
Sounds good for kids with tangly hair! My own hair tends to get tangled sometimes too.
This is a great idea. My granddaughter always cries when we brush her hair. I've tried a few store bought sprays but they never seem to work. I'll have to give this a try.
This is cool! I always get tangles whenever I wash my hair. Hope it's available here.