Herbal Vinegar Hair Rinse

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Herbal Vinegar Hair Rinse

12.00

A balancing + restorative rinse for daily or weekly use

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This is an amazingly restorative herbal infused vinegar to use after shampooing to aid in rebalancing the scalp.  If you or your loved ones experience dandruff, oily hair, or dry hair this rinse will help restore balance, shine, volume and health to your hair and scalp. I started using vinegar hair rinses when I made the switch to shampoo bars (instead of liquid soap) and in the beginning stages, these rinses made the world of difference.  

The herbs + vinegar steeped together for 3 weeks resulting in an incredibly infused herbal vinegar that's a beautiful rose color and smells great!  You'll receive a 4 oz *plastic* bottle with spritz nozzle for easy application in the shower.  I have chosen to use plastic here to reduce the chance of a glass bottle shattering in the shower.  I have carefully chosen a food-grade plastic bottle that's BPA free and safe for use.  If you would like a larger size, please let me know!  I'd be happy to accommodate that request!!  

// Ingredients always organic +/or wildcrafted: raw apple cider vinegar, rosemary, chamomile, horsetail, milky oat tops, calendula, rose petals + buds, jasmine flowers, lavender flowers.

// To use:  Apply to your hair after shampooing, spritzing your entire head thoroughly.  Let the vinegar rinse sit for a couple minutes and gently rinse off.  Your hair will smell like vinegar while it's wet, but when it dries the smell will go away like magic!  This is a great ritual to do once a week or every other week.  You'll find what works best for your hair and scalp!  (I used it 2x week at first which has done wonders for my scalp and now only use it every other week or so!!)

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, or prevent any diseases.  The information provided is for educational purposes only.  For health care advice, please consult your Primary Care Physician or other health care professional.