Naptural85’s Recipe For A DIY Nutrient Packed Hair And Body Oil

Naptural85 Recipe For A DIY Nutrient Packed Hair And Body Oil I cant be the only one who follows Whitney from Naptural85 on YouTube. Her videos are always so helpful and fun to watch. In this video, she shows how she makes her famous nutrient packed hair and body oil. I am always trying to find the right combination of natural oils to use in my hair and body, so I appreciate this video. This mix of oils is great for your hair and scalp and nourishes your skin as well. If you have dry eczema skin like me, then you will definitely appreciate this oil mix too.

How To Make The Oil Mix:

Below are the list of oils used in Naptural85’s recipe and the benefits of each

➤ Olive Oil (2.5 oz) – Olive Oil is great for our hair and skin. I am sure you have noticed the countless amount of hair and body products rich in olive oil. There is a reason for this. Olive oil is a great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory oil and so, it is great for dandruff and some skin disorders. It is one of the few oils that actually penetrates the hair, leaves it moisturizing and also seals in the moisture. It also improves blood circulation on the scalp. Olive oil can leave your skin moisturized for longer compared to your regular lotion.

Jojoba Oil (2.5 oz) – This oil is the closest oil to the sebum (oil) that our bodies naturally produce. It coats and protects the hair’s follicles and promotes growth.

Clear Castor Oil (1 oz) – Castor oil is packed with mineral and vitamins and excellent for those with thinning hair or bald spots. its a thicker oil but its great on scalp to help fight dandruff or eczema scalp. I personally love this oil because I suffer from eczema and its done wonders on my scalp. It relieves itchy scalp better than any medicine that I had been prescribed.

Sweet Almond Oil (1 oz) – Almond oil is known to softens the hair and reduces the risk of hair damage. This oil is also anti-inflammatory which is great for your hair, scalp and body.

Avocado Oil (1 oz) – Avocado oil is one of my favorite oils because its leaves my hair feeling really soft and stronger over time. Its also promotes hair growth because of it increase blood circulation in the scalp.


Vitamin E Oil (1/2 oz) – You only need a small amount of this oil to reap the benefits. It strengthens your hair and promotes growth. It is also great for your skin.

Watch How Natural85 make her DIY Nutrient Packed Hair & Body Oil

How To Use This Oil Mix:

On the Scalp – This oil mix can be use to oil your scalp. Massage your scalp to increase circulation and blood flow. This is known to promote hair growth and maintain healthy hair follicles. On the Hair – You can use this oil mix on your hair right out the shower before you add your moisturizer. You can also use this as a hot oil treatment. On Your Body – On damp skin you can use this oil to further moisturize the skin and lock in the moisture. Do you make your own oil mixes? Share with us what you use.

Originally posted 2014-04-10 20:00:36.

About Shelly Ann Cameron


Hi, I am Shelly Ann Cameron, freelance writer for BlackHairInformation.com. Jamaican born but call NYC home since 2005. When I'm not at my full time job as a Marketing Analyst, I am blogging about natural hair and lifestyle on my blog www.glamnaturallife.com. I created my blog to document my natural hair journey and share whatever I learned along the way. I am a promoter of healthy hair whether it's relaxed or natural. While I am no natural hair Nazi, since going natural in 2011, many of my articles are natural hair driven.

About Shelly Ann Cameron


Hi, I am Shelly Ann Cameron, freelance writer for BlackHairInformation.com. Jamaican born but call NYC home since 2005. When I'm not at my full time job as a Marketing Analyst, I am blogging about natural hair and lifestyle on my blog www.glamnaturallife.com. I created my blog to document my natural hair journey and share whatever I learned along the way. I am a promoter of healthy hair whether it's relaxed or natural. While I am no natural hair Nazi, since going natural in 2011, many of my articles are natural hair driven.

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Comments

  1. Alyshia Baker
    Alyshia Baker

    Since our hair was dry in the winter… We use Virgin coconut oil with a mix of castor oil, avocado oil, and olive oil to seal and for scalp. Will probably switch to something light now that it is warming up

    1. PandaLadi

      Africas best oil has mineral oil in it. Mineral oil is not good for the hair it clogs your pores.

  2. Blessedfrom Above
    Blessedfrom Above

    I mix pure Shea butter with jbco, jojoba oil, coconut oil, olive oil, emu oil and avocado oil…all 100 %pure…

  3. Kimberly Powell
    Kimberly Powell

    Notice how everyone has coconut oil in their mix-it’s great for hair, skin, cuticles and cooking. The earth’s wonder oil.

  4. Sammie Time
    Sammie Time

    Oliver oil, coconut oil, castor oil and peppermint oil but I mix it in my Shea butter so it won’t run on my neck and face and this way my butter becomes a whip and I apply it to my damp hair

  5. Sammie Time
    Sammie Time

    When I just oils on my hair I message it in and turn it into a hot oil treatment and and sometime let it set over night or an hour then wash my hair and deep condition it and use my whip on the hair the braid or twist

  6. DA White
    DA White

    I love my oil mix of black seed oil, castor, coconut, grape seed, avocado, olive and argan oil. I use this combination immediately after showering while my skin is still damp. It keeps me moisturized all day–the black seed oil is very calming to irritated or itchy skin. Black seed oil is a must have for me. In addition, I put some of this oil in my Cantu leave in hair conditioner, along with some lavender essential oil, to do my twist outs. Can also add essential oils for body care too! It’s a dual purpose.

    1. DA White
      DA White

      I drink it too..I make a cocktail of black seed oil, turmeric, coconut oil, manuka honey and a dash of cayenne–

  7. Akisha Vs Kesh
    Akisha Vs Kesh

    Yes, in my bottle now I have castor oil, evoo, and evco! When I do a deep condition, I always add some evoo, and tea tree oil!

  8. ShiShi Maze
    ShiShi Maze

    Yep. .. evoo, castor oil, coconut oil, and rosemary oil. .. would have peppermint oil too but ran out as usual.

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