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Four Ways To Use Batana Oil for Hair Growth

Get ready to level up your hair game, because we're diving into the world of Batana Oil – and trust me, your hair is gonna thank you big time! So, you've finally got your hands on some quality batana oil and now you're wondering, "How do I actually use this magic potion to make my hair thrive?" No worries, I got you! In this post I'm revealing four seriously awesome ways you can put Batana Oil to work and kickstart your hair growth journey like a true pro. I'm all about a good hair glow-up, so catch these top-notch tips before you embark on your Batana Oil hair growth journey!

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Scalp Massage: Give your scalp a little extra TLC with a healing scalp massage. Do this 1-2 times a week to boost blood circulation, nourish hair follicles, and encourage healthy hair growth.

  1. Place a small amount of batana oil in a container and then place the container in hot water to soften.

  2. Part your hair into sections to access your scalp easily.

  3. Dip your fingertips into the warmed oil and gently massage your scalp in circular motions.

  4. Do this for about 5-10 minutes to ensure you've covered your entire scalp.

  5. Leave the oil on your scalp for an hour or even overnight if you're comfortable.

  6. When you're ready, wash your hair as you normally would.

Pre-Shampoo Treatment: Protect your strands for the drying effects of shampoo with a pre poo treatment. If you have extremely dry hair do this once a week; otherwise, every other week will be fine.

  1. Start with dry hair.

  2. Take a small amount of Batana Oil and apply it to your hair, starting from the roots and working your way to the tips.

  3. Make sure every strand is coated with the oil, but don't go overboard – a little goes a long way.

  4. Put your hair up in a bun or secure it with a clip.

  5. Leave the oil in for about 30 minutes to an hour.

  6. After the wait time, proceed to shampoo your hair.

Batana + Avocado Hair Mask: For ultra-soft, nourished locks; do this deep conditioning hair mask every other week. Those with extra dry, damaged hair will notice a huge difference in their hair after just one application. The recipe below is for those with short to medium length hair. Those with longer, thicker hair, may need to increase the amounts of each ingredient.

  1. In a bowl, mix a 3 heaping tablespoons of Batana Oil, 1/2 avocado mashed, and 1 tablespoon of raw honey.

  2. Once fully mixed, apply the mixture to your hair from root to tip, making sure to evenly coat your strands.

  3. Put on a shower cap or wrap your hair in a warm towel.

  4. Leave the mask on for about at least an hour.

  5. Rinse your hair thoroughly with water, then shampoo and condition as usual.

Leave-In Conditioner: Batana Oil's naturally potent coffee-like odor makes it hard for anyone to want to leave it in their hair for days. Mixing it with other products allow you to get the benefits without the potent odor. The amounts used below are for short to medium length hair. Those with longer hair may need to increase the amounts of each ingredient.

  • In a bowl, warm about 1 tablespoon of batana oil by placing it in a larger bottle of warm water.

  • Once the batana oil has softened, add about 1 tablespoon of leave-in conditioner or a daily moisturizing hair lotion and mix thoroughly.

  • After washing and conditioning your hair, gently squeeze out excess water with a towel.

  • Take the mixture and rub it between your palms..

  • Run your hands through your damp hair, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends.

  • Avoid applying too much oil to the roots, as it might make your hair appear greasy.

  • Style your hair as desired – you can let it air dry or use a blow dryer.


Remember, consistency is key when using Batana Oil for hair growth. Use the methods explained above to incorporate it into your routine regularly. Also, experimentation is part of the fun when using batana oil. Start with small amounts and adjust according to how your hair responds. Listening to your hair is crucial. If it starts to feel heavy or oily, you might be using too much or using it too frequently. On the flip side, if your hair is still feeling dry or brittle, you might want to increase the frequency a bit. It's all about finding the balance that works best for your hair type and its needs.


If you know of any additional uses for batana oil for hair health and growth, put it in the comments! Until next time....peace, love and hair grease!



 

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