Sage and Rosemary Hair Rinse
A regular rinse with sage and rosemary water will promote thicker, stronger, shinier hair. It's also useful as an antidote for hair loss.
Sage restores hair's natural color and prevents premature greying. Rosemary is also great for reducing the rate at which hair greys.
It's not practical to use rosemary essential oil in this recipe because for a 2% dilution you would need 20 ml of rosemary and that would be very costly indeed. If you can't find fresh rosemary the dried version is a decent alternative.
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30/5/2013 06:18:40 am
Can this be used as a daily spritz?
Heather @ Neno Natural
30/5/2013 07:06:04 am
2/7/2013 08:28:17 pm
I'm so glad i found this.
3/7/2013 02:37:56 am
do we use all of the the litre to rinse our hair.
6/6/2015 04:56:37 am
This recipe sounds really good. Thank you. One question: do you know how this works with hair that is predominantly silver? I'm looking for some herbs that will strengthen and brighten silver hair. Thanks so much for all the information you provide.
6/6/2015 07:02:56 am
Sounds like a great idea. If I were to add this to my wash day regime, when should I do it: before or after washing or conditioning?
6/6/2015 10:30:31 am
Hi Heather, I just love your website, videos, and blogs. I have learned an amazing amount of info on how to care for my natural hair. Lately I have noticed my hair is soo dry. I apply oil and moisturizer daily and my hair just drinks it up. I particularly noticed this after I tried a new hair dye that was supposed to be all natural ingredients. Thank you for your response. Sincerely, Pat Reddick
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