Repunzel Spray

Is anyone else under attack from the revenge of post pregnancy/breastfeeding baby hairs? I always have been known to leave my long hair everywhere and have clogged many drains in my day but when I was pregnant it was a different story. My hair was healthy, thick and beautiful and I wasn’t shedding as much as I do normally. Well now, a year later, my hair is shedding horribly and I have SO many little baby wispy around my face. It is so frustrating! I know most mothers experience this but I feel like mine keeps getting worse! I almost always have to wear my hair up these days (because Jase pulls on it) and I want to get it under control so I pulled out my books and found a few oils that may help support healthy hair growth. I already add a few drops of Cedarwood to my Young Living Shampoo & Conditioner but I plan on incorporating this recipe everyday (morning and night) to my routine to help increase the strength of my locks.


Repunzel Hair Moisturizer Spray

  • 1 oz glass spray bottle
  • 3 drops Lavender
  • 3 drops Rosemary
  • 3 drops Geranium
  • 3 drops Cedarwood
  • 3 drops Frankincense
  • Distilled Water
  • Add ingredients to spray bottle, top off with distilled water, and shake well!

Make sure to shake well before each use too & it can be used when your hair is wet or dry.

If I had Royal Hawaii Sandalwood, I would have added that oil too. I just haven’t splurged on that essential oil yet (because it’s one of the more expensive oils) but I have heard amazing things about it!!!!!

Peace out baby hairs, I won’t be missing you.


Tip: If you only have a 3-4 of the oils, try making your own mixture and make sure to let me know how it works!

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3 thoughts on “Repunzel Spray

  1. Pingback: Oil of the Week: Lavender | Where Gratitude Grows

    • I use small spray bottles, so I just add the oils to the bottle and fill the rest up with water. These measurements were based off of around 1oz of water. So if I use a 2oz spray bottle, I double the recipe and so on. I hope that helps!


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