An Intuitive Ritual for Healthy Hair

An Intuitive Ritual for Healthy Hair

Air-dried hair that looks pretty, healthy, and happy. Is there any loftier summer time goal? In the warmer months, I can barely stand the thought of blowdrying and styling my hair. Of course, in the winter, I'd pay an undisclosed amount for an industrial strength blowdryer to meet me halfway outside my shower door... but that's not the point. You and I both want our locks to drip dry and look fabulous. Is that too much to ask? Well, not anymore.

When I started using Wild Child Hair Rehab Oil, I was shocked and pleased when I accidentally let my hair dry naturally one day. When I saw my husband later that day he told me how great my hair looked. Now look, in nearly 20 years of marriage my husband has never appreciated my natural curls, errr frizz, and honestly neither have I. But today was different.

What's the Difference?

My hair was properly nourished. Wild Child is supremely rich in protein, which is so important when it comes to the strength and health of your hair. The botanical blend gives your hair what it has been thirsting for, literally, it leaves your hair hydrated and fed. And I swear to you, my hair has been growing noticeably faster. Thanks to the incredibly effective ingredients like castor oil and argan oil. Honestly, so many good things...

  • Detoxes your scalp (I am obsessed with using it as a scalp massage, I swear it helps my hair grow faster)
  • Balances oil production (so I can go longer in between washes, (hallelujah!)
  • Restores shine (you will notice a difference!)
  • Heals dry scalp (I have always had an issue with this at the base of my scalp... but no more!)
  • Increases elasticity (this is why my hair curls so much better!)

You might also want to read: A Scalp Treatment Like You've Never Felt

How to use Wild Child

Here is a quick video of the process, start to finish.

  1. While hair is still dry, add desired amount of Wild Child to ends and comb to distribute the nourishing oils through your hair.
  2. Massage these beautiful oils deep into the scalp to heal, stimulate, and soothe.
  3. Leave in for at least 15 minutes. Optional: wrap hair in a towel (warm from the dryer) and leave on for 20-30 minutes before shampooing.
  4. Add Ashes to your shampoo for a more thorough cleanse. (more ways to use Ashes)
  5. Wash and condition your hair.
  6. Let is dry naturally, if desired.

Hint: you can also use it as a detangler when applied to hair just before shampooing.

And YES, it is safe and fabulous for color-treated hair! Remember, healthy hair comes from a healthy scalp. :)

Here's to hoping you run barefoot in overgrown grasses with your naturally luscious locks bouncing behind you this Summer. 

Be wild. Be Love. Sending you sunshine and moonbeams, from our desert home. XOXO

Want to know more about the ingredients in Wild Child?


Olive Oil
A rich source of Vitamin E and fatty acids that are vital to the production of sebum, the skin’s natural moisture barrier. Easily assimilated, thus an effective delivery agent. Will not dissolve the body’s own natural oils.

Walnut Oil
Rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin E and fatty acids a good source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, as well as ALA (alpha linolenic acid). It has incredible moisturizing and regenerative properties.

Hazelnut Oil
Hazelnut is a good source for B1, B2 and B6 vitamins. Revives stressed hair and improves circulation to the scalp. Quick penetration, astringent, filters rays of sun, moisture retention properties. 90% fatty acid rich!

Macadamia Nut
A great source of calcium, B complex, phosphorus and iron and mono-saturated fat. Macadamia nut oil contains the highest amount of palmitoleic acid (an Omega 7 fatty acid) of any plant. Palmitoleic acid is plentiful in our skin when we are young, but decreases with aging. Smoothes frizzy hair restores luster and strength. Improves the health of the scalp.

Kukui Nut
Adds luster and shine to sun damaged hair, detangles and seals hair for maximum sheen. Rich in linoleic and linolenic fatty acids. Soothes a burned or irritated scalp. Relieves itching and flaking scalp.

Argan Oil
Very rich source of Vitamin E and Essential Fatty Acids. Argan has all the various forms of Vitamin E giving you a powerful antioxidant, combined with fatty acids that protect against damage.

Sweet Almond
Promotes healthy hair and follicle strength. Contains magnesium and calcium, vitamin E and D. Nourishes the scalp and cuticles. Promotes growth and thickens hair.

Conditions, moisturizes, cleans and softens. Encourages new hair growth and prevents brittle dull hair. Dissolves unwanted buildup on the scalp. Natural antibacterial qualities.

Neem Oil
A healthy scalp is important for hair growth. Contains vitamin E and essential fatty acids to condition and moisturize your hair and scalp. Has been know to relieve scalp issues such as psoriasis and dandruff promoting healthy hair growth.

Carrot Seed
Valued for its high UV protection, carrot seed oil reduces hair and scalp problems related to sun exposure while protecting from damaging UV rays. It stimulates cell growth and rejuvenates an unhealthy scalp and dull hair.

Avocado Oil
Promotes hair growth and smoothes frizzy hair.  High in oleic acid, vitamin E, carotenoids, alpha-carotene, beta carotene and zeaxanthin. Delivers nutrients into scalp and hair shaft and is excellent for dry itchy scalp. Natural sunscreen properties protects hair from UVA and UVBb rays.

Castor Oil
Nourishing to the scalp and relieves dandruff and hair fall out. Natural conditioning agents to leave your hair soft and shiny.

Rosemary & Juniper Berry Oils
Stimulates scalp and roots of hair. Natural antifungal, antibacterial properties cool the scalp and acts as an astringent. Controls overly greasy hair and dandruff. Promotes circulation and delivers nourishment to the scalp and hair.