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Lately, my dry and itchy scalp have created the need for something new in my hair care rotation. That’s why I was excited to try the Belle Bar Organic Tea Rinse. I was introduced last year to their brand because they customize ingredients to work specifically with your hair concern.
In addition, their pre-packaged DIY kits don’t require you to search for hard-to-find ingredients. Sounds like a win-win for anyone that likes the convenience. Check out these details on Belle Bar Organic and how it worked on my fine, curly hair.
What is Belle Bar Organic?
Their website states, “Belle Bar’s entire mission is to make women of color believe in the importance of living a life free of toxins, harmful chemicals, and inorganic ingredients, especially in our beauty products.”
Their organic, customizable hair and skincare brand uses high-quality ingredients that takes the guesswork out of what’s in your products. This brand uses natural ingredients that aren’t normally lying around in your kitchen but seen in many popular hair products.
Unfortunately, the Scalp Balancing Custom Tea Rinse (my favorite) no longer appears to be on their website but they do carry another tea rinse that looks promising.
That particular tea rinse was designed for irritated scalps, dandruff, thin and shedding hair. It contained hops flowers for it’s anti-inflammatory properties, rosemary leaf to promote thicker, stronger hair, lemongrass to strengthen hair follicles and witch hazel to soothe the scalp.
How to do a Tea Rinse with Belle Bar Organic
One way to do a tea rinse is to begin brewing one teaspoon of the tea mixture in the provided tea bag (similar to brewing a cup of tea). Wait to let the tea mixture cool then pour it into a spray bottle. The mixture can be used on the scalp and curls and stays fresh for a week in the refridgerator.
Another great option is to spray the mixture to relieve a tight and itchy scalp from braids or twists.
Additionally, the strained tea rinse can be poured onto your hair after your shampoo and before a deep conditioner. The Belle Bar Organic Waikiki Restorative Hibiscus Hair Mask is a perfect addition to help hydrate dry, damaged, broken hair. See how I did it here.
Overall their tea rinse made my scalp feel clean, less itchy and was an incredible prep for my styling products. If you have tried this tea rinse, be sure to share your experience down below in the comments.