4 Ways of Using Coconut Water in Your Hair


Now that we know the many benefits of coconut water for our hair, let’s apply it! It can be applied by itself to the hair and scalp or mixed with other ingredients. It can be mixed with aloe vera juice, honey, apple cider vinegar and lemon juice. The mixture allows greater benefits to the hair when applied.  
Here are 4 mixtures with coconut water: 
Lemon Juice and Coconut Water: 
1. ¼ cup of Coconut Water 
2. tbsp of Lemon Juice
1. In a bowl or applicator bottle, mix in the ingredients. 
1. Apply the mixture to your scalp and massage for 5 minutes. 
2. Then, apply to the length of your hair and leave in for 15 minutes. 
3. Cover your hair with a plastic bag, hot towel or shower cap for maximum penetration. 
4. Wash out the mixture with a sulphate-free shampoo. 
Lemon Juice boosts the production of collagen and hair growth because it has Vitamin C in there. Also, it balances the Ph level of the scalp by keeping the follicles clogged free. 
Apple Cider Vinegar and Coconut Water: 
1. tbsp of Apple Cider Vinegar 
2. 1 cup of Coconut Water
1. In an applicator bottle, mix the ingredients as per above. 
2. Wash your hair with a shampoo, preferably sulphate free. 
3. Apply the mixture to your scalp and hair, then let it sit for five minutes. 
4. Then, rinse out with cool or lukewarm water. 
This mixture removes product build-up, grease, and dirt while leaving your hair soft and shiny. As well as, it balances the oil production from our scalp. 
Aloe Vera Juice and Coconut Water: 
1. 1/4 cup of Coconut Water 
2. 2 tsp of Aloe Vera Juice 
3. 2 tsp of Jojoba Oil
1. In a spray bottle, mix the ingredients and shake well. 
2. Cleanse your hair with a sulphate free shampoo. 
3. Then, condition your hair as usual and squeeze the excess water out. 
4. Spray the mixture unto the hair. 
This spray is used as a leave in conditioner that will not only hydrate the hair but combat frizzy hair. Also, it keeps the hair feeling soft and reduces breakage. 
Honey and Coconut Water: 
1. ¼ cup of Coconut Water 
2. 1 tbsp of Honey
1. Mix the ingredients in an applicator bottle. 
2. Massage the mixture into your scalp for 5 minutes. 
3. Then, apply the mixture throughout the rest of the hair. 
4. Cover hair with a plastic bag, or steam cap to allow penetration. 
5. Then, rinse with cool or lukewarm water. 
Honey will keep the hair condition as well as seal in moisture because it is an emollient. 

 Try out one of these mixtures, and let us know how it works! 

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Ashley Northover

Ashley Northover

I am 20-year-old freelance natural hair blogger who hails from the island of Jamaica. I have been natural all my life, however, I started caring for my natural hair in May 2013 after being introduced to Nina Pruitt's youtube channel. After that, I subscribed to a lot of natural hair blogs, watched youtube videos and was addicted to Pinterest natural hair boards so I could learn more about my hair. I have always had long hair when I was younger however when I entered high school the state of my hair changed when other people started caring for it. I started applying what I learned from the videos, posts, and pictures about hair growth, regimens, product usage, moisture and length retention to my hair. And, I was able to grow my hair from armpit length to bra length. 99.9% of the time my hair is in a twist out or a braid out because that's the style I love the most. I became a freelance natural hair blogger when I wanted to earn money and considered what I would be good at. I knew I could write natural hair articles since I love natural hair, watch videos regularly, give hair advice to other girls, and care, nourish and embrace my mane. I hope you enjoy my guest posts as much as I enjoyed writing it. Finally, remember that you are beautiful with your natural hair!

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