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3-Step Moisture Locking Hair Treatment

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3-Step DIY Hair Treatment - three supply bottles
Using water, oil, and cream, you can moisturize your hair even using some of the least expensive products in your house. This is a page about 3-step moisture locking hair treatment.
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This at-home hair treatment works like a charm on all hair types; even the frizziest of locks. It helps your hair retain moisture and keeps your mane looking super shiny. All it takes is a liquid, an oil, and a cream. The great thing about this method is that you can even use some of the cheapest products around your house. Sometimes I just use water, olive oil, and that freebie lotion I got during a hotel stay. No matter what you use, as long as you follow the guidelines, your tresses will look amazing.

You will need:

  • water or water-based leave in conditioner
  • oil - olive, castor, coconut, grapeseed or hair oil
  • cream like cream-based conditioner, moisturizing cream, or shea butter

Then just follow these simple steps:

  1. On clean hair, dampen all over with the liquid. This is the moisture that needs to be sealed in. You can use a spray bottle to help distribute it evenly.
  2. Apply a thin layer of oil all over to help lock in the moisture.
  3. Lastly, apply the cream. This keeps the oil trapped, ultimately keeping in the liquid.

3-Step DIY Hair Treatment - three supply bottles
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April 9, 20190 found this helpful

Do you keep this in or rinse out after a while?

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April 24, 20190 found this helpful

Keep it in! It's like hair gold.

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Depending on your hair needs, it all comes out whenever you wash. I wash my hair every 3rd day.

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April 26, 20190 found this helpful

How long do you leave this treatment on your hair before washing out? I would think at least 10 minutes :). Also, do you wash 2 times after the treatment? I have a really oily scalp and dry ends, I am going to try this on the ends of my hair before I get in the tub.

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