Have you ever heard of using tea rinses for hair? Tea rinses are growing in popularity within the natural hair community. Hair rinses have been used for centuries to naturally soften and grow hair, increase manageability, and restore lustre, body and bounce. There are numerous tea infusions that can be used on the hair for growth and strength, read on to know about it and steps to use it:
This perennial plant from the daisy family has been used in making tea to prevent and treat various health problems including hair fall, hair thinning, and hair loss. With its anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant, and anti-microbial properties, chamomile helps encourage healthier hair regrowth. Chamomile also has a calming and soothing effect. It conditions the scalp as well as nourishes and strengthens the hair follicles, stimulating the growth of fuller, thicker, and healthier hair strands.
HOW TO MAKE THESE TEA RINSES:
- Add 2-4 tea bags to 2 cups of boiled water ( this may vary depending on how much hair you have), let it steep for a few hours or over night before using! Use it over your hair and scalp and massage it in for few mins before you rinse it off.
- For hibiscus, you could directly boil the flowers and use the water for rising.
HOW TO USE THESE TEA RINSES:
- Tea rinses can be used as a pre-shampoo formula or use it overnight.
- Tea rinses can be used as a final rinse after you condition your hair. This final rinse is what several persons swear by in their regular regimens, natural and relaxed hair ladies have very positive things to say about the effects of tea rinses on their hair.