What it helps:
Balance scalp PH levels
Hair Shedding/Hair loss
About Herbal Hair Tea Rinse:
This abundance Herbal Hair Tea Rinse is designed to help you gain Moisture and Growth, while Balancing the PH level of your scalp. Our Tea blend is full of anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties great for unclogging and detoxing the scalp and nourishing the hair shaft in order to balance the scalps PH levels and promote healthy hair growth.
The PH balance of natural hair strands range between 3.0-4.5 but the scalp's PH balance should stand at 5.5. The oil on our scalp (the sebum) should have a balance anywhere between 4.5-5.5 in order to prevent bacteria and fungi from growing upon the scalp causing hair loss and many other scalp irritations. This herbal hair tea rinse will help balance the scalps Ph balance for the best benefits.
How to use:
Our Herbal Hair Tea Rinse fights to balance the hair and scalp avoiding bacterial and fungal infections making your hair stronger and healthier. Herbal Hair Tea Rinse could be used as a daily leave-in hair mist, detangling hair spray, or a deep conditioning treatment (pour Herbal Hair Tea Rinse over hair and cover with a plastic cap for 30-45 mins then rinse out).
How to make a batch:
1.) Over stove top bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Reduce heat and add 2 tablespoon of the Herbal Hair Tea into the water. Cover and let steep on low heat for 10 mins.
2.) After 10 mins, remove the herbal hair tea from heat and let sit until cool.
3.) Once the Herbal Hair Tea is cool, strain the raw herbs from the water and pour the water into a spray bottle.
4.) Part your hair in sections and spray to scalp and length of hair. Massage in and proceed to your regularly hair routine.
TIP---For a more potent herbal hair tea batch, let soak/steep in water overnight for stronger benefits.
**After batch is made** remember... THERE ARE NO PERSVATIVES SO SHELF LIFE IS VERY SHORT!!! Can be used for up to 7 days after batch is made. Refrigerate your herbal hair tea spray bottle until next use.
Green tea, Horsetail, Nettle Leaf, Slippery Elm, Lavender, Curry leaf