Although gray hair is one of the first signs of aging, but also affects younger individuals. This is especially problematic for those with darker hair and gray hair strands are more visible. If the use of strong chemical dyes is not an option for you, read on!
Sage is known for its wide plethora of health benefits, including the treatment of depression, strengthening teeth and gums, preventing inflammation, soothe sore throats, etc.
is beneficial for the skin and hair as well and has been used for a long time to fight baldness and stimulate hair growth. Although not completely cover gray hair, gray hair obscuring and mixed with the natural hair color.
SAGE AND APPLE VINEGAR NATURAL GREY TINT
For best results, we recommend adding vinegar apple cider to your rinse for salvia hair . Apple cider vinegar removes residues accumulate in the hair, restores the natural pH balance, and works as a great detangler and conditioner. There are a few types of sage, salvia, but garden that works best for this purpose.
- Tea kettle
- bottle cruet
- 2 cups water
- 1 bunch fresh sage leaves or 2 tablespoons dried sage
- ¼ cup apple cider vinegar
If using fresh sage, remove the stems and pull them apart to release their natural oils. It is then placed in a container.
MAKE THE sage tea
Boil two cups of water and pour the water over the herbs.
Steep for about 15-20 minutes and then let it cool. If you have a sore throat, save some tea and add a little honey to treat sore throat.
Strain the tea and add the vinegar. the use of a cruet bottle is recommended because it enables easier application.
How to use:
The best time to use this rinse after shampooing is. Although vinegar has a strong odor, which is still better and safer than chemical dyes. Put your hand on a basin and apply rinse. Let hair fall and then reuse the rinse remained in the basin. Repeat this procedure several times a week. In addition darkening your hair, rinse sage add shine to it too!