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Have you ever wanted to apply oil directly to your scalp without making your fingers greasy?

Have you ever wanted to avoid using your fingers to apply oil to your scalp because of a torn nail, which keeps snagging and popping your precious strands?

Sizes vary and the tip even allows for parting or separating hair to access the scalp.

Sizes vary and the tip even allows for parting or separating hair to access the scalp.

Have you ever wanted to mix oils and apply as a mixture directly to your hair or scalp?

Well, in all these situations and more, the applicator bottle would be a saving grace. Yup! One kinky tool that helps make like easier for the naturalista is the applicator bottle.

With this bottle you can make less of a mess and in most cases, work faster.

However, there are cons.

Label your applicator bottle or you just may forget what concoction is inside. (raises hand guiltily…#dontjudgeme lol) 🙂

Use oils individually at first before mixing, because if you combine oils and your scalp flakes or itches or your hair becomes hard or brittle, you have no idea which oil is the culprit. And in these harsh economic times, no one wants to throw away a bottle filled with precious pricey cold pressed and essential oils. #aintnobodygottimenorMONEYfordat

Or mix it up carefully, and label the bottle

Or mix it up carefully, and label the bottle

One at a time

One at a time

You may also wish to use oils, which do not expire or which all expire around the same time, if combined.

Finally, essential oils may be necessary to mask the scent created when some oils combine powers. Lol

Do you have an applicator bottle, or should I ask, how many applicator bottles do you have?

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