I wanted to give you example how easily we can take care of our hair using just fresh herbs. I’m a big fun of herbs. I grow them in the garden and use not only for cooking but for beauty as well.
Today I wanted to share how you can make hair rinse. There’s a plenty of herbs you can use for that purpose but I’m giving you my favourite three recipes.
ROSEMARY – is my favourite, because it gives my hair shiny look and soften them. Rosemary has been used for centuries not to only stimulates hair growth but also delay graying.
ROSEMARY HAIR RINSE :
- Place three springs in a bowl and cover with two cups of boiling water. Leave for 20 minutes. Sieve, place in a jar or spray bottle. Use on washed, wet hair as a final rinse.
LAVENDER – I love lavender very much for that lovely smell. It has a soothing properties, lovely aroma and helps with hair growth as well. It’s very gentle on your scalp and balance production oils on the scalp.
LAVENDER HAIR RINSE:
- Take 3-6 springs of fresh lavender or 2 tbsp dried lavender. Place in the bowl, cover with 2 cups of boiling water. Leave for 20-30 minutes. Sieve and place in a jar or spray bottle. Use on washed, wet hair as a final rinse. I simply wanted to enjoy the lavender aroma when I washed my hair in the evening.
SAGE – has a strong aroma and earthy flavor, which is why it’s typically used in small amounts. Sage is particularly effective in encouraging new hair growth as it improves circulation to the scalp, providing more nutrition to the hair follicles. It can darken your hair if use regularly, so if you have blond hair, don’t use it very often.
SAGE HAIR RINSE – place one spring of sage in the bowl and repeat the same process as above.