Extreme weather, environmental pollutants, hairstyling products with harsh ingredients, and various damaging procedures such as blow drying and hair dying can leave your mane in a wreck. Giving your hair a break from all of these things allows it to bounce back. In order to regain the lost splendor of your tresses in the shortest time possible, you might want to try the following homemade rinses that promote healthy hair and scalp:
Scalp dryness can lead to problems such as itchiness and dandruff. To keep your scalp from ending up excessively dry, have a chamomile hair rinse which is something so easy to make. All you have to do is add 2 teaspoons of dried chamomile flowers to 2 cups of boiling water. Once it cools to room temperature, strain and pour on newly shampooed hair.
An effective way to get rid of chemical and oil buildup is a rinse that’s infused with sage. Add 2 teaspoons of dried sage to 2 cups of boiling water. Allow it to steep until it gets to room temperature. Afterwards, pour it on your hair and massage it into the scalp
Lemon and Tea Tree Oil
You can get rid of dandruff and make your tresses shinier with this lemon and tea tree oil hair rinse. Add 4 tablespoons of lemon juice and 5 drops of tea tree oil in 2 cups of water. Mix well and massage onto your hair and scalp. Rinse afterwards.
Hair loss can be a real nightmare to a woman who considers her hair to be her crowning glory. An effective way to deal with this terrifying issue is by opting for a birch leaf hair rinse. Add 2 teaspoons of dried birch leaves in 2 cups of boiling water. Allow it to cool to room temperature, strain, then pour on your hair and scalp. You might want to go for another all-natural rinse if you are allergic to the likes of celery, wild carrot and mugwort.
Dryness makes those hair strands prone to breakage and split ends. Going for a linden flower hair rinse helps keep hair brittleness at bay. To get started with this easy solution, simply add 2 teaspoons of dried linden flower to 2 cups of boiling water. Allow it to cool to room temperature. Strain, pour on your head and thoroughly massage it into the scalp.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Perhaps one of the easiest rinses on this list is this one. Simply grab a bottle of apple cider vinegar, twist open the cap and pour some on your hair. This helps cleanse the scalp and make your locks shiny. Don’t forget to shampoo afterwards!
A simple way to deal with limp and lifeless hair is this beer rinse. After taking a shower, pour the foamy beverage on your hair. Squeeze out the excess and blow dry. Beer adds volume as well as sheen to your mane.