Herbal hair rinse is a natural patent for using herbs as cosmetics. I’m sure that if you ask your grandmas about their hair care routine, they will tell you how great idea this is!
For example, herbs can support your hair growth, add shine and moisture. They can also soothe scalp irritation and prevent dandruff occurrence. It is a natural cosmetic which is very easy to prepare and fortunately we don’t have to look any further than in our own kitchens!
Regardless of your hair type, you’ll find herbs to suit your needs:
Basil will add moisture, shine and support your hair growth. Melissa is perfect for greasy hair, helps to get rid of dandruff and adds shine. Oregano makes hair smooth and easier to comb and prevents scalp inflammation. Parsley moisturizes, adds shine, supports hair growth and removes dandruff. Mint is perfect for hair growth and fighting greasy scalp. Rosemary (and I have to tell you that I think it’s a hit!) strengthens the hair, nurtures and smoothens it as well as adds shine. Sage will be perfect for a dry scalp, add a shine and darken it. Thyme is another herb that works against dandruff and scalp greasing.
Did you find your perfect herb? It is time to start action and rub it in your hair. That is as simple as brewing tea.
Pour selected herb in boiling water and leave it covered for 10 to 15 minutes. Once our herb is brewed, we remove the lid and wait for the liquid to become lukewarm. Drain cooled down brew with a sieve, gauze or use coffee/tea filters.
Hair rinse should be used after washing your hair or after the conditioner. Slightly dry your hair and pour the rinse. It’s worth making sure that hair is covered from the roots to the hair ends. Use this natural cosmetic on a regular basis and see how the power of fresh herbs will work on your hair.