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How to Use Custom Hair Oil as a Treatment

June 12, 2019

1 Min read

Did you know that using Prose Custom Hair Oil as a conditioning treatment has some major perks? Putting it on dry hair is key for maximum absorption and repair! Here are some of the benefits: Helps control frizz, detangles hair, and seals in moisture. One final tip: When using as a treatment, don’t be afraid to use a generous amount of hair oil (typically 10-20 drops). In this case, more is more!

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1. Start with dry hair

2. Take a generous amount of hair oil

3. Apply to lengths and ends

4. Massage to loosen any knots or tangles

5. Add more oil as needed

6. Let set for 20 minutes

7. Wash out with shampoo and conditioner

8. Style hair as usual

 

 

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  1. I use Prose Shampoo and conditioner and love it. I am noticing flakiness on my scalp. do you recommend anything that i can do to prevent that?

    1. Happy to help, Hollis! It may be helpful for you to know that your Pre-shampoo Hair Mask pre-treats your hair with potent natural ingredients specific to your needs prior to shampooing and conditioning. That being said, both your Custom Hair Oil and your Pre-shampoo Hair Mask can help to reduce frizz and increase manageability of your strands. Also, your Custom Hair Oil can be used as a finishing product to style your strands!

      Hope this helps 🙂 Let us know if you have any other questions!