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Moroccan Hair Tea Rinse

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Infused with 7 Moroccan herbs as a strengthening, nourishing tea rinse that promotes longer, healthier hair. All herbs are native to Morocco. 

7 Moroccan herbs included: 

Henna: Protects Hair
Rose: Balance
Chamomile: Adds Shine
Pomegranate: Prevents Greying
Clove: Scalp Stimulant
Serghina: Strengthening
Date Seed: Promotes Hair Growth
Ideal for all hair types and textures. 
Best ways to use hair teas: as a hair tea rinse, hair spritz, in your henna and Ayurvedic hair care recipes as a liquid and as an ultimate hair growth oil through oil infusion.
Size: 100 grams / 3.5 oz
(2 x 50 gram tea bags) 2-3 uses 
Ingredients: lawsonia inermis, ormenis mixta, syzygium aromaticum, rosa damascena, ocimum basilicum, punica granatum, corrigiola telephifolia

For Hair Use only. Do NOT consume.
Please note that there is henna in this product and it may color your hair if you make it into a mask. Ideally we do NOT recommend you make the hair tea herbs into a mask. It will not deposit (or very minimal tint) color if you infuse it in liquid or oils.



Steep 1 tea bag in 2 cups of hot water for several hours. Remove tea bag from liquid. Allow to cool down to a warm temperature. Never pour hot liquid on your hair. Ideally apply our hair tea rinse in the shower. As you slowly pour the tea over your wet head, massage the infusion into your hair and scalp. If you keep a large bowl under your head you can catch the liquid and reapply again. Let it sit in your hair for a few minutes. Gently rinse with cool water or for extra conditioning benefits, leave herbal tea rinse in your hair and towel dry hair.

We recommend 1 bag per use, every 2-3 weeks.

Should you have leftovers or made a big batch of hair tea rinse, you can refrigerate leftover hair tea for 7-10 days in a clean airtight container. Do not refrigerate tea in aluminum containers.

Best ways to use our hair tea: as a hair tea rinse, hair spritz, in your henna and ayurvedic hair care recipes and as an ultimate hair growth oil through oil infusion.


8 Reviews

  • Rockin' the Moroccan Tea rinse!

    Posted by Laura on 26th Oct 2020

    This is the first product I tried from Henna Sooq and it is a rock star! I live the chai tea smell and it turned my limpy wimpy 2A hair strong, glossy, and luxurious. I've used henna based powders for years, but this really impressed me. I followed the advice for making a large batch of the tea rinse into ice cubes and it is super easy to apply. Thank you Henna Sooq! Much love to you all!


    Posted by Anna-Bo Emmanuel on 22nd Sep 2020

    Love this tea because it is so multi-purpose. I made my oil that I let steep for 2 weeks. Awesome yield and makes my hair so strong. I also love using the spritz as a leave-in and a refresher. Makes a lot of product so the 2 bags last a long time.

  • Moroccan Hair Tea

    Posted by KO on 6th Sep 2020

    I got this in the Ayurvedic hair strength and growth bundle. You get a lot in one tea bag. The first tea bag I let steep in hot water for about 36-40 hours. I put a little in my spray bottle that I keep in my fridge and the rest i froze in an icecube tray. If i need to reup I just pop two cubes out and let it melt and put it in my spray bottle. It produced a rich deep orange color and smells delicious. I use it after I wash & deep condition my hair before I put my leave in conditioner. I can feel my hair strengthen as soon as I spray it on. Sometimes I used it to refresh my hair during the week and I seal it with a leave on, butter, or oil. I have also sprayed it on my hair & my moms hair after her shampoo and after my ayurvedic mask and I rinsed it out after few minutes and continued to deep condition my/her hair. For the second tea bag I want to infuse it in avocado oil.

  • Best strengthening tea ever

    Posted by Eboni Sessom on 6th Aug 2020

    I took down my 3 months old box braids and my hair was feeling just a little weak/brittle which I was expecting. I have used this tea 3x since last week and my hair feels like it’s back to its normal hair strength before installing box braids. I love the fact that this has henna in it since I don’t do henna mask as often as I want because my bathroom drain is permanently clog so this is a great way to still give my hair some kind of henna treatment. I hope you do not get rid of this since now you have a cassia tea coming. I have used a cassia tea for months before trying this one and so far I find henna to be a lot more strengthening for my hair compared to cassia. So I hope u will just keep both options open for everyone plzzz.

  • Moroccan Tea

    Posted by Subriyah Mckenzie on 3rd Aug 2020

    Instant strength is the first thing I noticed. My hair instantly felt stronger and the tea still added moisture. I’m always hesitant to apply strengthening teas to my hair because they can be too harsh for my low porosity curls but this tea is a great balance. I can’t wait to see how my hair flourishes after using it more. Thank you Henna Sooq

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