Being that it's Saturday, officially afternoon, and I am still unshowered, teeth aren't brushed, and currently sitting on my couch in pajamas that need to be washed, I think it's safe to say that I am having a lazy day. Maybe, even, #selfcaresaturday? Needless to say, I am feeling great and quite alright with mozying around the house with nothing to really do. I did manage to muster up the energy to make a new batch of pancakes for the kiddo and whip up a deep conditioner that I have been wanting to try for a few weeks. At this very moment, the yummy hair smoothie I made is slathered onto my curls and brewing its curl softening magic under a plastic cap.
Maybe a few of you are having a relaxingly lazy Saturday, too. If so, you may want to give this delicious hair concoction a try. Honestly, you probably have the 5 ingredients for this mask in your pantries. If you do, I highly suggest giving this recipe a whirl. It's great for all hair types but super fantastic for my fellow naturally curly girls.
Banana Benefits for Hair: softens + adds shine, rich in magnesium that can help combat hair loss.
Aloe Benefits for Hair: reduces hair fall, soothes scalp, rich in vitamins, conditions hair, contains enzymes that repair dead scalp cells
EVOO Benefits for Hair: helps soften dry + brittle hair strands
Cacao Benefits for Hair (the star of the mask): rich in magnesium, high level of antioxidants, can add vibrancy + shine to the hair, activates blood circulation of the scalp which in turn can stimulate hair follicles leading to healthy hair growth, anti-inflammatory properties
Peppermint Essential Oil for Hair (add after blending): oily scalp relief, antiseptic properties, itchy scalp relief, encourages blood circulation
Pop everything into your blender and pulse on high for 30 seconds or until the ingreidents are smooth.
creamy chocolatey goodness!
Enjoy this easy hair goodness within 5 days. Store left overs in the fridge in an airtight container.