The Rose Platter’s Quick Herbal Rinse
Any infusion made with an hair herb can be used as a quick rinse! Let the infusion cool to lukewarm before using it.
1 to 2 tablespoons dried sage, rosemary, or stinging nettle.
2 cups boiling water.
Put the herbs in the boiling water, turn off the heat, and allow them to steep for 15 minutes. Strain and apply as a rinse! (Reader’s Digest).
Remember that the commercial hair spray contains so many harmful chemicals like parfum, dimethyl ether, alcohol (denatured) and other chemicals too difficult to spell, that there is a medical condition called hairdresser’s lung – a respiratory disease that is caused by chronic exposure to hairspray! Other side effects of too much hair spray include nail abnormalities. Breathing difficulties and contact dermatitis after hairspray use are also common problems.
If too much hairspray gets into your nose, it can stick to those little hairs inside it and trap dust and pollution there until they become stuck and cannot filter out pollutants effectively.
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