Loc-It-In Daily Moisture Spray


Your scalp will thank you for using Loc-It-In Moisture spray. This non-greasy, hydrating spray is infused with essential oil of lavender, known to restore calm to irritated, dry hair and skin.

Formulated specifically for both scalp and hair, this spray keeps curls, locs, braids, sisterlocks moisturised without feeling greasy, or slippery. This highly flexible spray can be used as part of your styling routine, or daily between wash days.

Suitable for: All hair types, protective styles, locs, braids, beards

Follow up with: Hair Too Balm, Curl, Please! Curling & Twisting Custard, Curl Crush Flaxseed & Marshmallow Gel


Apply to dry hair and scalp as often as necessary.


de-ionised water, polysorbate 80, vegetable glycerine, coconut oil, caprylic capric glycerides, liquid silk, allantoin, panthenol, polyquaternium-7, essential oil of lavender, dehydroacetic acid and sodium benzoate (eco preservative), citric acid

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Loc-It-In Daily Moisture Spray

I absolutely love your products. I am in love with your products!! My absolute favs  are Hair Too  balm, Lock-it-in moisture and leave-in conditioner - makes my locks look and feel beautiful. #iambournbeautiful 💜

Loc-It-In Daily Moisture Spray

My spray came in the post today - the presentation was beautiful I almost didn't want to throw it away (recycled, obv). As for the spray - exactly what I was lookng for, non-greasy and long lasting moisturising, proper pleasant spray, perhaps a little too pleasant for my rough boy-locs however an excellent addition to my haircare collection. The only downside was the bottle appeared to have leaked a little and the sprayer feels really small in my big man hands but - still awesome. Look forward to buying more for the women in my life ;)

Loc-It-In Daily Moisture Spray

I purchased your Loc Spray and it -
Smells lovelyNon greasy
Not heavy on my New SisterLocks 

Remi and Skecia M

This greas is good for moisturising scalp and hair. It has quite a strong fragrance, which can be a little overpowering if you use too muh. Less is definitely more, so use sparingly.;