DIY Scalp & Shine Spray Recipe with Hair La Vie's Moroccan Oil |

DIY Scalp & Shine Spray Recipe with Hair La Vie’s Moroccan Oil + Giveaway!

In case you haven’t heard of Hair La Vie, it’s an all-natural beauty product line, and you KNOW I’m all about all-natural products. Hair La Vie has no synthetic additives, fillers, binders, artificial flavors, colors, dyes, or secret ingredients have been added to their products either. Currently, their line consists of a deep hydration mask, two vitamins – a Hair La Vie vitamin and a PhytoCera vitamin for the skin, a Moroccan Repair Serum, and 100% Moroccan Oil. I’ve teamed up with Hair La Vie to bring you a DIY recipe for a shine and scalp spray featuring their Moroccan Oil – I think you’ll really love it!

DIY Scalp & Shine Spray Recipe ft. Hair La Vie Moroccan Oil

DIY Scalp & Shine Spray Recipe with Hair La Vie's Moroccan Oil |

1 ounce Thayers Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera
.5 ounces Hair La Vie Moroccan Oil
50 drops Lavender Oil
50 drops Sweet Orange Oil
(both from Aromatherapy Top 6 100% Basic Sampler Essential Oil Gift Set)
2 oz spray bottle

In a spray bottle, mix 2 parts Thayers toner to 1 part Moroccan oil, then add 50 drops each of lavender and sweet orange oil. Shake well, and spray on dull hair or irritated scalp for immediate shine and scalp relief!

Ingredient Benefits

You’ve probably never thought to use toner in your hair, because they’re typically meant to dry out the skin since they contain alcohol. However, Thayer’s Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner is alcohol-free, and it’s first five ingredients are water, aloe vera juice, glycerin, fragrance, and witch hazel. You probably already know the benefits of aloe vera and glycerin, but witch hazel can treat dandruff and address skin irritation.

Lavender and sweet orange oil also have amazing health benefits. Lavender oil also combats dandruff and promotes hair growth when applied to the scalp, while sweet orange oil also heals the scalp, especially from infections. The main player, moroccan/argan oil (they’re the same thing), brings the shine to the table, along with being great for split ends and damaged hair. Let me clarify – just because this is a spray doesn’t mean it’s a moisturizing spray or a leave-in conditioner! The citric acid in the toner can actually be drying, so make sure your hair is properly moisturized!

But wait, there’s more!

You can win your own supply of Hair La Vie Moroccan Oil and other goodies by entering their DIY Blogger Challenge Giveaway!! Just head to the GIVEAWAY PAGE and vote for my DIY recipe (or technically, anyone you want), and you’ll be entered to win PLUS you’ll help me win $500 for Compassion International, a charity through which I sponsor an adorable 7-year old in Uganda, named Samuel!

DIY Scalp & Shine Spray Recipe with Hair La Vie's Moroccan Oil |

Have you ever used moroccan oil in your hair? How’d you decide to use it?

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  1. I haven’t tried this brand but I have tried Moroccan brand and love the whole entire line. The oil was very good light and moisture get.