Hair Rinses are quite the rage these days. But what’s so special about them? Should we really use hair rinses? Want answers for these questions and more? Read on, will you?
Hair rinses are considered as the latest hair trend, though they’ve been used for quite a while now. They aren’t really new and can serve many purposes, depending on the ingredients chosen.
Hair rinses can strengthen, soften, cleanse or even darken or lighten your hair. Not many consider hair rinses a necessity and some don’t even use them. But, they’re an affordable way to care for your hair and scalp, which they need more so these days, considering the hectic lifestyle, constant and excessive styling methods and products used, pollution and what not!
How to use Hair Rinses?
Oh, it is very easy! Wash your hair like you do always – shampoo or shampoo and condition. Now, pour the rinse you have prepared and rinse out with cold water when done. You will usually have to wait for a minute or two before you rinse out, in most cases.
So, what do Hair Rinses Do?
We eat food, but is that all we eat? We eat fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, flowers and what not. That list doesn’t include snacks and junk food, if you were wondering. Even when you eat all that, there are times when you need additional nutrition and you get that through supplements. Right? Consider Hair Rinses as something like that!
They offer your hair nutrition, moisture, shine, depending on the ingredients reverse or prevent graying, can lighten or darken your hair, etc. Do you know some rinses also get rid of frizz? Some rinses are meant for cleansing, and what not!
Are Hair Rinses Good?
According to a leading dermatologist, Hair Rinses are natural and don’t strip off natural oils from your hair and scalp. Besides, they cleanse your hair and scalp gently, restores pH balance and basically, keeps your hair and scalp happy and healthy. For some they’re optional, for some, a necessity.
How Often can you use Rinses?
Recommended frequency is once a week!
We have already listed a few rinses on our site, and we will be adding more options soon. A few examples of Hair Rinses are as follows:
ACV – Smooth and shiny hair and dandruff free scalp.
Neem – A great way to get rid of microbes and scalp problems.
Honey – What’s better than Honey when you want some moisture, hydration and TLC?
Black Tea – Want to restore your hair and scalp health and offer it some nourishment? Tea is one way to do that and the dark color restores your graying hair or darkens you hair color.
Chamomile Tea – A great rinse for those with lighter hair, to get smooth and silky hair.
Most rinses have more than just one purpose. You should just pick and choose what works for you best. The best part about rinses are that they’re natural, can be done within a few minutes using ingredients that are available in most homes and works wonders for your hair and scalp. What’s not to like about them?
Don’t have time for DIY Recipes? Try HY Vitamins for your hair care requirements.