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My spray bottle

Hi there,
   The clouds have lifted and the sun is shining through :-) No more lamentations from now on. I'm filled with renewed love for my tresses SSKs and all else be damned!! Moving on... As I spritzed my hair in preparation to sleep tonight I lovingly caressed my spray bottle and wondered how my journey would have been without it.

 It makes life so easy for me as all I have to do to moisturise my hair is just squeeze the trigger a few times and I'm done. Right now I have a mixture of one part glycerine to two parts water in my bottle. I use this mix as a leave in, as a detangler and as a revitaliser for my wigs.

A constant feature in the life of my spray bottle

I discovered a new use for my spray bottle recently - Apple cider vinegar application! I mix it in my bottle and spray it on scalp and hair to cleanse. As always it makes it super easy to get this part of my regimen done.

There are a lot of things you can add to your spray bottle that will bring great benefits to your hair. They include aloe vera juice, rose water, glycerine, oils etc. With water as a base you are sure to give Your strands a treat with each spray.

Thanks for stopping by.



  1. That's for sure. Its my detangler,leave in,moisturizer... I even add few drops of oils nd conditioner to d mix. Love love this mix

  2. I've never used glycerin but they say it's really good

  3. Glycerin? Waoo! Lemi try this

  4. Ever since I discovered aloe vera juice, my store bought creamy leave in lasts for me cos I only use a bit after wash day!! In my spray bottle is 80%water, glycerin and aloe vera juice. I use it daily and I totally love it.

  5. I added jojoba oil and coconut oil to mine, bt noticed d oil is floating on top.when I spray, its like I'm wettin my hair with ordinary water


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