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Tea Shampoo and Tea Conditioner

Using Tie Guan Yin or Oolong Tea:

It is very easy to make your own tea shampoo!

Just mix ¾ cup of castile soap with one cup strongly brewed Oolong or Tie Guan Yin tea.

Massage into damp hair and scalp

Rinse with warm water

Store in refrigerator for best results.

Tea contains saponin (10%) which is perfect for getting rid of dandruff and reducing irritation of the scalp.

Using Evening Primrose, Chamomile, and Rosemary:

You can make your own shampoo out of Evening Primrose, Chamomile, and Rosemary Tea together

First, make a strong cup of this tea:

Mix:

1 TBSP Evening Primrose

1 TBSP Rosemary

1 TBSP Chamomile

Steep in hot water for about 15 minutes.

Simply mix ¾ cup castile soap with this strongly brewed cup of Evening Primrose, Chamomile, and Rosemary Tea.

Apply to damp hair and massage into scalp

Rinse with warm water

This shampoo is all natural and will help to strengthen hair, make hair smooth and shiny, and reduce dandruff.

For best results, store in the refrigerator.

Using Matcha Powdered Tea:

Matcha can be used as a hair conditioner.

Apply 1 TBSP Matcha mixed with 1 TBSP water or milk to your damp hair and massage into your scalp

Rinse with warm water

This can help to reduce dandruff, reduce scalp irritation, and moisturize hair and scalp.   

 

 

 

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