herbal hair rinses

Herbal Hair Rinses

Pick the ones that you need :

Chamomile: Softens hair, soothes the scalp, lighten and conditions (people use it with honey to bring out natural highlights). Chamomile is also known to stimulate growth.

Nettle: conditions, improves texture, helps with dandruff, irritated scalp, and dry scalp.

Catnip: Promotes healthy hair growth.

Lavender: Stimulates hair growth.

Rosemary: Acts as a tonic and conditioner, one of the best herbs to use, gives luster and body, stimulates growth, helps with dandruff, and brings out dark highlights in the hair.

Saw Palmetto: good for thinning hair and hair loss

After you’ve decided which herb(s) will get the job done, follow the steps below :

Step 1- Place the herb(s) in a pitcher (glass is ideal).

Step 2- Pour boiling water over the herb(s), cover, and steep for 10-20 minutes.

Step 3- Strain the mixture and allow the liquid to cool.

Step 4- Pour over your head after your regular shampoo, condition, and detangling session. Do not rinse.

Source : curlynikki.com


New Moon Rituals: Herbal Rinses

I’ve been blocked over the last few weeks, and in order to create a really potent vibe for a spell I’ll be doing thru the full moon, I decided to enchant the chamomile for clarity. 

Chamomile Rinse Benefits:

Scalp Healing (itchiness, dryness, dandruff), adds sheen to hair, relieves stress and restlessness. Warning: Chamomile may lighten hair with consistent use. 

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