Rice Water/Tea Rinsing for Hair Growth | How To Make Natural Hair Rinses

Rice Water/Tea Rinsing for Hair Growth | How To Make Natural Hair Rinses

Using Rice Water and Tea Rinses helps natural hair grow and retain hair growth, minimize breakage & shedding, add elasticity, volume, sheen, less knots, more definition, & plenty more goodies. In this video I show how I make rice water and tea rinses. I originally heard about rice water from Discovering Naturals. From there I did research and learned it is a natural hair savior. Adding to my tea rinse regimen has really stepped my 4c natural hair to another level!

Since I began using rice water rinses a few months ago I have a lot less breakage and I am seamlessly retaining growth!! Tea rinses are just as beneficial as well. I use black tea and green tea which aids in hair growth and retention, strengthening hair and stimulating the scalp.

How to Make Fermented Rice Water~
I use 1 cup rice 2 cups water

Facts about Rice Water-Originated with from Asian heritage. The Yao ethnic women from the village of Huangluo in China are true testament to how well it work. Rice water has inositol, a carbohydrate, that can repair damaged hair, as well as protect it from damage. Specialized imaging technique shows that inisitol stays inside the hair even after rinsing, offering continuing hair protection and beautifying effects. Rinsing your natural hair with rice water will improve manageability and protect it from future damage. In addition, the amino acids in the rice water strengthen the hair roots, add volume and sheen and make hair silky smooth.
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How to Make Tea Rinse~
I use two black two bags and a green tea bag

The best teas for teas rinses are those with caffeine. Caffeine has the ability to counteract the effects of DHT. DHT is a hormone that causes hair loss. Black tea and Green tea contain great amounts of caffeine that makes these options work best for tea rinses. Tea rinses helps minimize breakage, shedding, hair loss, prevent alopecia, strengthens the hair follicles and roots. When used consistently.

I use a rinse every wash day. I interchange between rice water and tea rinses. I also use acv however only when I do not make my rice water or tea rinses in time.

How to make a Acv Rinse~
ACV rinses are beneficial too. It helps pH balance your hair and helps with scalp itch. Since I use aloe vera juice for in LCO I don’t need acv as much.

Products Used:
Plastic Container-
Black Tea-
Green Tea-

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