herbal vinegar tea for thin hair

by Morgan

French translation

I've always straightened and dyed my hair, and over the years my thick, fine hair has begun coming out in the shower in huge quantities.

I'm only 19, I definitely don't want to begin losing all my hair yet!

I'd heard of rinsing your hair with vinegar for smoothness and shine, and one website listed herbs to promote hair growth and thickness.

You simply boil 2 cups of water, add herbs and vinegar, and steep for 20 minutes. Then strain through a coffee filter and rinse through in the shower.

Saw palmetto can be bought at Walmart in capsule form, and I've found that a tea of saw palmetto and parsley not only makes hair soft and smooth, but my hair was noticeably thicker in a matter of days. It's healthy and shiny and I've gotten a lot of complements lately!

Rosemary is also good for the hair and the cuticles, and makes your scalp feel healthy.

The tea rinse has become a staple for me, and although I haven't any ACV around the house, I'll try that next in place of white vinegar. :]

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Apr 07, 2013
by: Anonymous

Can you pleasssseee say how you prepare the rinse??

Mar 02, 2011
Same Boat
by: Anonymous

Hi there!

I'm 22 and have been experiencing the same problems :( I'm really intrigued by your saw palmetto suggestion. How exactly do you make your concoction? Do you drink this tea or use it as a rinse?


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