Hair Tips

The Best Moisturizing Spritzer for Dry Scalp

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Got a dry scalp and now you’re trying to ditch the itch? Then you’ve got to try this homemade moisturizing hair spritzer.  Not only can you make this in a snap, but it’s also a great way to revive your curls. Let’s not forget that it’s ALL natural, too.

I am addicted to this spritzer! I use it as a daily moisturizer. Oh and did I mention that it contains one of my all time favorite ingredients? COCONUT OIL! Coconut oil can penetrate the hair shaft, which means your hair retains moisture longer. Also, it won’t leave behind any residue or film so you can kiss build up goodbye!

Here’s the ingredients and a quick tutorial for you. Take a look!


  • 1 cup Water
  • 1/2 cup Aloe Vera Juice
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Oil

Super easy, right? Now, go turn that dry and itchy scalp into a well moisturized one.


Do you make your own hair spritzer? Do you prefer homemade products to store bought? Drop a comment below!

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Cherese Agee

Cherese is the founding editor of AFROPHIRE. She's also a proud Navy with a passion for using her gifts and talents as a means of sharing the light of Christ. Content creating, graphic design, and collaborating with other creatives are what she enjoys most.

  • Very informative!

    • That’s what I like to hear! Thanks sis 🙂

  • I need to re up on my coconut oil. This is so easy too! Sharing!!!!

  • Love it! I haven’t tried this particular combination but its definitely good to know! 🙂 Thanks sis!

    • Thanks Lesha! I love trying different mixtures and this one is definitely a favorite.

  • I use a similar mix but add EVOO or Grapeseed Oil. Instant re-moisturizer!

    • Yes! EVOO is another favorite of mine. I have yet to try grape seed oil. It’s on my list to try along with avocado oil.

  • This is great! I’m going to try this for my daughter’s hair.

  • Kari

    This post was right on time. After washing my hair and letting it air dry I could see how dry my scalp was. Trying this out to see if it helps.

    • Great! You can also apply your favorite oil directly onto your and scalp following the spritzer depending on how dry your scalp is. Please let me know if you notice any improvements sis! 🙂

  • Thanks girl, gotta try it 🙂

  • Love it! I’m going to be doing one soon also; but, Coconut oil is by far one of my favorite oils.

    • Mine, too! I love the many uses that coconut oil offers and it smells like a dream to me.

  • This a super simple recipe! I use rose water in my mix. I have EVCO to use for EVERYTHING…cooking, skin, hair, coffee (yes, I put in my coffee for weight loss!), and hair.

    • Hey Tiki! I’ve read that rose water is a great moisturizer, but I’ve never used it before. I’m going to have to give it a try. I keep coconut oil stocked… I don’t know what I’d do without it lol.

      • Yes, please give rose water a try. I just ran out of my cooking coconut oil and had to use the one for my coffee. Yes, I really have diff ones. LOL You know I’m OCD.

  • Ericka

    I put a little conditioner in my mixture. Great for detangling!

    • Hey Ericka! What’s your favorite conditioner to add?

  • Reblogged this on 50Gray&Natural.

  • natuurlik

    how long can you keep the mixture before it goes bad?

    • The mixture would probably keep for up to 2-3 weeks.