4 Holistic Recipes for Silky-Smooth, Healthy Hair

    Feb 21, 2023 3:27:47 PM

    4 Holistic Recipes for Silky-Smooth, Healthy Hair It keeps us warm, protects us from the elements, and can make us feel attractive and stylish. Yes, we’re talking about hair! 

    With all the wonderful things your locks do for you, skip the harsh commercial hair products and give them some natural TLC.

    Winter can give your hair a beating. It’s time to rejuvenate those tresses! There are many natural herbs and essential oils that are nourishing and revitalizing to hair.

    Here are four holistic recipes for silky-smooth, healthy hair you’ll love:

    Nourishing Aromatic Shampoo with Essential Oils

    Dump your artificially fragranced shampoo and whip up this nourishing blend that not only smells terrific, but also moisturizes your scalp and invigorates your hair.

    Lavender Lavandula angustifolia essential oil: 36 drops

    Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil: 36 drops

    Clary sage Salvia sclarea essential oil: 24 drops

    Unscented shampoo base: 1 cup

    Add essential oils to conditioning natural shampoo base and stir well. In the shower, lather into hair massaging the essential oils and shampoo into your scalp and rinse.

    Homemade Herbal Rinse

    Who needs synthetic flower fragrances when you can bottle the real thing yourself? These herbs are hydrating, stimulating, and will leave your hair with a natural, radiant shine.

    Nettle Urtica dioica dried leaves: 10 teaspoons

    Lavender Lavandula angustifolia dried flowers: 7 teaspoons

    Sage Salvia officinalis herb: 6 teaspoons

    Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis herb: 5 teaspoons

    Filtered water: 2 cups

    Add all ingredients into a saucepan. Simmer in two cups of water for 10 to 15 minutes. Strain the herbs, bottle, and let cool. Use in the shower after shampooing as a final rinse.

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    Rosemary Dandruff Rinse

    Seeing some flakes on the shoulders of your favorite black shirt? After you have shampooed with your homemade herbal shampoo, this herbal-infused dandruff rinse is a fantastic finale for your shower routine and will leave your scalp healthy and nourished.

    Nettle Urtica dioica dried leaves: 1 tablespoon

    Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis dried leaves: 1 tablespoon

    Apple cider vinegar (ACV): 2 tablespoons

    Filtered water: 2 cups

    Make an infusion with rosemary and nettle. (An infusion is similar to a tea, but it is steeped for a bit longer, and they are intended for immediate use.) Boil two cups of filtered water. Place your herbs in a glass or ceramic teapot and pour boiling water over herbs. Cover and let steep for 10 to 20 minutes. Strain the infusion in a non-aluminum strainer and add the apple cider vinegar. Use it in the shower after shampooing as a final rinse. 

    Soothing Herbal Dry Hair Rub

    If you lotion your body after the shower, don’t forget that your hair needs some emollient loving, too! This soothing, moisturizing oil will hydrate and strengthen your locks while you give yourself a well-deserved scalp massage—a relaxing and mood-boosting practice itself. 

    Lavender Lavandula angustifolia essential oil: 1 teaspoon

    Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil: 1 teaspoon

    Argan oil: 4 tablespoons

    Sweet almond oil: 4 tablespoons

    Blend all ingredients and massage into scalp and hair weekly. Leave it on overnight and shampoo as usual the following day. 

    What are your natural tricks for luscious locks? Leave us your tips in the comments!

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    This article is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. This article has not been reviewed by the FDA. Always consult with your primary care physician or naturopathic doctor before making any significant changes to your health and wellness routine. 

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