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Homemade Skin Care Recipe: Rosemary and parsley rinse for shiny hair

submitted by Melissa, New York, NY USA

Tip description / details:
This recipe is recommended for dark hair. Works for all hair types to make your hair shining.

The parsley roots or, alternatively, fresh or dry rosemary leaves (you can find them in a grocery store).

How to prepare:
Bring to a boil water in a pot, add the parsley roots or rosemary leaves (fresh or dry). Use the proportion of 2 table spoons of dry rosemary with 2 cups of water. If you use dry rosemary just add boiled water and let it stand for 30 minutes before using. Filter and cool out the broth.

How to use:
After shampooing and conditioning your hair, add the broth to water in the wash-basin and thoroughly rinse your hair in that water for 10 minutes. It is better to avoid hard water. You may use spring water.

Results (observed by submitter):
You hair will shine! Blonde hair may get some color, so it is recommended for dark hair, but you can make a test before rinsing your hair in this broth.

Costs involved:


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