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  • Naturally Thicken & Darken Hair Color

    Thicken hair naturally using a combination of castor oil, plain Greek yogurt and honey.

    Repair thin, damaged hair with a natural treatment using castor oil and yogurt.

    What You’ll Need:
    1 tsp. Castor Oil
    1 tbsp. Plain Greek Yogurt
    1/2 tbsp. Raw Honey
    Essential Oils

    In a small-medium bowl, combine yogurt, honey and castor oil together. Add your essential oils if you have any.

  • Mix together until thick and creamy. Rinse hair under water before applying mixture as you will need your hair wet.

    When applying to hair, use a wide tooth comb to evenly distribute the mixture through your hair.

    Rinse, shampoo and condition as you normally would.

    This method can be done 2-3 times per month.

    Naturally thickens your hair, leaves your hair shiny and feeling soft and will darken your natural hair color without the use of dyes and chemicals.

  • Tip: You can also add a few drops of castor oil mixed into your shampoo, as this is a lot simpler and you avoid a messy cleanup. Shampoo and condition hair as normal. Repeat daily and after 2-6 weeks you should have noticeably thicker and darker hair.


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