Try creating your own hair products using organic ingredients!

Curl Moisturizing Spray

Aloe Vera

A perfect balance of distilled water and aloe vera gel or juice will keep your curls, coils, or kinks refreshed and ready to take on the day! Add a few drops of peppermint oil or tea tree oil for soothing scalp therapy.

Shea Butter Styling Cream

Shea Butter

A mixture of your favorite essential oils, carrier oils, and of course organic shea butter! You can use this for every kind of twist, braid, or knot style you can imagine! Whip everything in a bowl with an electric mixer, and allow to solidify over night. Make it as thick or thin as you want, according to your hair type.

Curl Defining-Frizz Fighting Gel

Flax Seed

Want to do define your natural texture? Boil and strain flax seeds - they produce their own sticky gel. Add some coconut oil for shine, and you've got a curl definer with hold, so none of the crunchiness.

Whipped Coconut Oil Shine

Coconut

For the days when you don't need the thick shea styling cream, whip coconut oil with a touch of aloe vera gel or juice for shine and softness. Works well if you have fine or thin hair—won't weigh your tresses down.

Deep Moisture Conditioning Mask

Banana

After giving your hair its routine washing and detangling session, treat it to something nice! DIY conditioners can serve multiple purposes. Henna or eggs for protein and strength, avocado or banana for moisture and softness. Check out this list of yummy organic ingredients that you can add to your mixtures.

Check out this article for more on foods good for your hair.

Start experimenting with small batches so you don't waste product if you make a mistake. If the ingredients in your homemade products are perishable, be sure to store it in the fridge. Good Luck!