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How to Make Natural Pomade for Hair

Making Pomade naturally for hair is very easy. To make it we need only a few basic materials and additional materials.

The basic ingredients of making pomade that we will use are beeswax and pure coconut oil (VCO). In fact, only with the basic ingredients we can make pomade, but to give more color and fresh aroma, then we need a or some additional material. 

Additional ingredients that we can use to make natural pomade are: 

1. Almond oil 
2. False daisy oil 
3. Olive oil 
4. Vaseline (White Petroleum) 
5. Ricinus Communis Seed Oil
6. Avocado Oil 
7. Lanolin 
8. Essential oil 

The tools needed to make a pomade are:

1. Stove 
2. Wok 
3. Pan

Yups ... 
This time we will use additional material of False Daisy Oil. The way to make it so simple, All we have to do is just to melt all the ingredients and mix them and then cool them down. 
Since the beeswax is solid then basically the pomade manufacture is melting the beeswax and then mixing it with the VCO and the addition. 

For more complete, lets watch the video how to make natural pomade below:



How to make water based pomade From long and wavy to short and layered, I absolutely love to try new things. Currently I’m sporting a long pixie cut, which means I have to use a texturing product or I’ll end up looking like my toddler. I went to the store to pick out some products and I was shocked. Parabens, formaldehyde, fragrance, and many other undesirable ingredients were in every product that I wanted to buy. This is particularly scary because my son loves to put his hands (and mouth!) in my hair. I would never want to risk his safety or health just because I want to look stylish. So instead of purchasing those products, I decided to go home and find a natural solution. I knew that I would need a non-greasy, firm hold pomade that could help keep some volume in my hair all day. Plus, I wanted something that was non-toxic and easy to wash out. Homemade Pomade Ingredients After doing the research, I narrowed down my list to just four ingredients: beeswax, coconut oil, bentonite clay, and sandalwood essential oil. Each ingredient serves a specific purpose which I’ve broken down below: Beeswax helps make this pomade less greasy and gives it a nice firm hold. If you find that you need more hold, simply add one more tablespoon of beeswax to the mixture. If you need less hold remove one half tablespoon from the recipe. Coconut oil not only conditions hair, but helps repair it. Plus it fights dandruff! One of my favorite things about coconut oil is that it will be soft and pliable in your hands, but will harden back up on your hair. Its melting point is 76°F. This helps to cut down on the greasy feeling, but will leave your hair shiny and soft. Bentonite clay is a gritty powder made from naturally occurring volcanic ash. Many people use it in face masks and for other external beauty treatments. It is extremely important to make sure that you get a good quality bentonite clay (look for a gray/ashy color as opposed to white or chalky colors). In this recipe, the bentonite clay helps to give the pomade a gritty, fun texture to play with. Sandalwood essential oil is my favorite essential oil for hair care. It helps to condition and repair hair without drying. Bonus: it smells amazing!

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