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:
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.
For Hair Use only. Do NOT consume.
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.
I put hot water in a jar, place the bag inside, close the side, and let the bag release it’s goodies in the jar.
I pour the tea into a spray bottle (any extra tea, I’ll use to blend my ayur powders to make a hair mask) and place in the fridge. After I’m done washing my hair, I’ll spray this tea to slightly damp hair and begin styling. Every other day, I’ll spray my hair and ends and follow up w/ a moisturizer & oil. My hair is stronger & soft. This tea is a genie in a bottle. I definitely can grow longer hair with this tea. I NEED THIS.
This delightful blend of botanical gems does wonders for my curly locks. It's helped to tighten up my curls after my latest henna application. I've applied henna 5 times since spring of this year and my bouncy ringlets were looking more like waves. I steeped the tea for 20 minutes in hot, filtered water (tap water where I live = bad) and let the bag rest on a screen over my bowl to drip for a bit. I refrained from squeezing, since I think I can get another use out of the bag, which is now in a Ziploc in the freezer. = )
It's been a week since my henna application, and this is the first real wash I've done. I used the cassia + neem hair wash (another awesome product that soothes my eczema-prone scalp like nothing else), let that sit and do its thing, then I rinsed well and poured the tea over my head. I used a second large bowl to catch the tea and just kept pouring it over my head and massaging into my scalp and working into my hair strands until gone. After, I pinned up my hair and went about the rest of my shower. I let the tea rest in my hair, used a WetBrush to detangle and allowed it air dry afterwards.
I won't say that my curls are back to being as tightly wound as they were before henna, but the difference I saw after my hair dried is undeniable. I also have some amazing shine going on and my hair looks super-healthy. I love the smell, too! I can detect the rose, chamomile and some of the spicy clove.
I am so, so pleased with this product. Yes, it's a pricey 2-pack, but it WORKS. Definite repurchase for me!
Thank you, Khadija for bringing the States some homegrown Moroccan hammam love!