A nourishing revivifying herbal hair tonic to encourage healthy hair growth, softness and shine.

Fresh spring Urtica dioica infused in raw organic cider vinegar help stimulate your scalp and smooth the hair cuticle. Nettles contain high amounts of vitamin A and C and fatty acids necessary for healthy hair growth. Apple cider vinegar helps to cleanse the hair of build up and control oiliness.

Nettles are often used in shampoos and rinses because of their reputation for making hair thick, glossy and soft. They are also used to treat dandruff and scalp conditions.

Herbalists prescribe nettles for hair growth, restoration of natural hair color and as an anti~dandruff treatment.This rinse can be used to fight a flaky scalp, renew your hair's natural lustre and promote healthy hair growth. It has a stimulating effect on the scalp when used as a hair rinse and helps regenerate both hair growth and restore original colour.

Herbal hair vinegar rinses work wonders for your hair and scalp. Hair, like skin, looks and feels best when it is slightly acidic. Hair has a cuticle that opens when shampooing, which makes the hair feel rough, and promotes tangling. Using this rinse after shampooing will gently smooth and close the hair cuticles, and helps to restore the scalp's natural acidity. It will also remove any residue left behind from shampooing, conditioning, or styling products and as an added benefit, iis a wonderful tonic for your scalp - and a healthy scalp produces healthy hair.

Stinging Nettle Nourishing Hair Rinse

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    Apple cider vinegar helps remove buildup and mineral deposits in your hair. It helps to remove any lingering soap residue and chemicals and will help bring out your hair’s shine. Clean hair is healthier, and less weighed down by grime. Regular use helps keep your hair lighter and looser as a result, and even thinning locks will look thicker.
    The cider vinegar in this tonic removes any oil that may be blocking follicles and preventing new hair growth. It also increases blood flow in the scalp to encourage hair growth. A clean scalp will itch less, and the vinegar will help to prevent dandruff as well. This herbal rinse will also help to counter~act the acids in alkaline shampoos.
    This rinse can also be effective at killing ‘bottle bacillus’ a microorganism that is common in scalp conditions like dandruff. Itchy scalp and dandruff are often caused by bacteria that clog hair follicles, forming dry crusts that itch and flake. The acids and enzymes in apple cider vinegar kill the offending bacteria. Some dandruff can be caused by fungus, and apple cider vinegar will kill that too!

    Add 1 - 2 tablespoons to a cup of warm water and use as a final rinse after wahing your hair. Make sure the tonic gets all the way to your scalp when you’re rinsing in order to stimulate your follicles. Do not rinse out.