|1BlessedNatural: 4 Benefits of Putting Your Oils in Fingertip Spray Bottles
Hey, my blessed naturals,
A while ago, I started putting my natural hair oils in travel size, fingertip spayer bottles. In the past, I used lotion and applicator bottles for my oils. I've also used the travel size push-top bottles. The problems with those bottles was that most of the time I ended up using too much oil at one time. Also, the bottles were not spill proof. When I traveled with them in my bag, the oil would leak out of the crevices in the top. Here are 4 benefits of putting your oils in fingertip sprayer bottles:
1. Spill proof top
2. Less mess
3. Target application
4. Only use what you need
How to Put the Oils in the Bottles
The three oils I use the most are coconut oil, grapefruit oil, and olive oil. I use a plastic funnel to pour the oil into the small bottles. You can find the travel size fingertip sprayer bottles at dollar stores like the Dollar Tree.
Coconut oil is a solid at 75 degrees and below. At 76 degrees and above, coconut oil will melt. I usually scoop some of the oil out of the glass jar with a spoon. Sometimes, I will put the oil into a regular glass or measuring cup and put it in the microwave for about 5 seconds. After it is melted, I use a funnel to pour the oil into the bottle.
1BlessedNatural: olive oil and coconut oil in fingertip spray bottles
Do you use fingertip sprayer bottles for your oils? #naturalhairblog
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