Totally pain free, apart from using my good good vodka to preserve it . I think it was @mzteaze who originally posted the vid from Root4U45 on how to make it. I followed her recipe, except I added rose buds + hibiscus to my vodka, and a little sulphur powder.woah! i didn't know a person could use the skins. i bet it doesn't hurt as much when making it? (my eyes at least, water too much with onions).
This sounds nice. I love neroli scent.Had made peppermint/green tea/chamomile tea with onion like Maitha but no sedr powder. Put it in near-empty bottle of Oshima Tsubaki camellia oil that also has some Abyssinian n jojoba with neroli. Applied today. ETA oh ya it had MSM powder in it too
Thanks for the link, excited because for one thing mentioned (that has glycerin black seed oil and lavender in it) ,Yes I mixed it based on the mix from Science-y blog. http://science-yhairblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/scientifically-tested-over-counter.html
Do you just use normal Vatika the basic one? I had a reaction to Vatika and checking the ingredients online, I think it was the garlic one as they had Hydroquinone in it.Used Yaya Creations Chebe creme on hair with Vatika oil
Do you just use normal Vatika the basic one? I had a reaction to Vatika and checking the ingredients online, I think it was the garlic one as they had Hydroquinone in it.
I saw it on sale here and thinking about trying it again.
Has anyone done a tea rinse BEFORE washing?
Making some tea now using the herbs left over from an infusion, but I don't actually want to finish with it.... going to be using it today, regardless.
I have, but I either slept overnight with it, or at least kept it in for 4+hrs so I could appease my mind that I did something. I did this with black and green tea, the only difference I felt was with black tea because it made my hair hard and that dissipated after I shampooed.
I've also used fenugreek tea as a leave-in/wetting liquid when I used used to wash my hair weekly/biweekly, so not quite right before a shampoo. It kept my hair very soft but again it was in for a while and also I assumed the built up use helped.