Tea rinses can eliminate hair shedding especially stress-related shedding.
Some tea rinses can help cover up grey hair over time with consistent use.
Tea rinses can treat certain scalp conditions like dandruff and itchiness and can also help prevent them.
Some tea rinses, when used in combination with my other treatments, can help stimulate hair growth.
If you have an oily scalp, you can use tea rinses to control sebum production on your scalp.
Tea rinses can add a bit of shine and luster to dull looking curls.
They can also soften hair over time.
A scalp massage after tea rinsing increases blood flow to the scalp area and provides relative effects on the senses.
Tea rinsing works for all hair types especially chemically processed hair and hair in protective styles
This rinse is made from the plants and herbs herbs, not essential oils. Fresh herbs are wonderful to use and each of my individually crafted recipes are made from the finest organic herbs available.
Vinegar infused herbs removes scaly build-up and residue from hair shafts and closes the cuticles. Since residue coats the hair causing it to look dull, removing residue gives your hair more shine. By closing the cuticles, the hair slides more easily and there will be fewer tangles. Vinegar has a tonic action that promotes blood circulation in the small capillaries that irrigate the skin.
Bottle of selected infused herbs in vinegar. Mix herbal rinse with water and massage into your hair, leave for a few moments and then rinse with cold water.
How Often Can I Use The Vinegar Hair Rinse?
Since everyone's hair is different you should use your own judgment on this. Some say that vinegar rinses may be drying if used every day and it is best to restrict use to two times per week.
Some Helpful Hints
Pouring cold vinegar rinse on your hair in the shower may be a more invigorating experience than you would like. (Although if you're feeling brave, the cold water will give your hair added shine.) Keep a small plastic container of vinegar in your shower. Next, recycle a small clear plastic bottle with a squirt top (your old shampoo bottle may work). Choose the amount of rinse you will need to make for your hair. Mark the vinegar line and water line on your bottle. Now you can pour in the vinegar and add warm water from your shower and squirt the rinse on your hair!