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Herbal Rinses For Healthy Hair And Scalp
Many hair care commercials promise bright, beautiful hair, but at what price?
This recipe for DIY hair rinse with herbs nourishes the scalp, increases shine and strengthens hair naturally without the drawbacks of chemicals and parabens.
The problem with many hair care items, including many natural ones, is that they remove the natural oils from the hair.
Many shampoos also contain ingredients that line the hair to obtain a silky smooth feel, to replace the oils you just peeled. It’s a frustrating cycle but there are other ways!
This herbal hair rinse presents nourishing herbs that nourish the scalp for healthier and stronger hair.
Rosemary and thyme have been used for centuries to darken hair and keep it soft and silky.
They also have natural antiseptic properties, which give this rinse the additional advantage of keeping your scalp healthy and clean.
After several uses, you will notice the results. Herbal rinses need to accumulate over time, but the advantage is that your hair will darken quite subtly and naturally.
• 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary leaves or 1/2 tablespoon soup
• 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves or 1/2 tablespoon soup
• 2 cups of boiling water
1. Place the herbs in a glass container and pour boiling water over them. Allow the leaves to open until they cool. Strain the liquid and pour it into a clean container.
2. To use: after shampooing, pour the rinse over your hair. Do not rinse
RINSE OF VINEGAR
Since apple cider vinegar is good for your hair and scalp, this rinse gives you a great boost of love.
This rinse takes some time, but it will be maintained for at least a year, so you can make one large batch at a time if you wish.
Add 3-4 tablespoons. of your desired herbs in a glass jar. Pour 1 cup of apple cider vinegar over the herbs. Close the lid tightly and place the con
the container in a warm place for 3-5 weeks. Shake the bottle daily. When ready to use, strain the mixture with a fine mesh and/or gauze strainer.
At this point, keep the hair rinse with vinegar in the fridge, where it will remain for at least a year.
When necessary, pour ½ cup of the herb vinegar with 2 cups of warm water in a small bowl.
After lathering and rinsing the hair, slowly pour this dilute vinegar rinse into the hair and massage the scalp.
Rinse with warm water, and then, if you can handle it, finish with a burst of cold water (to stimulate the scalp and fix a bright shine on the hair).