A couple of weeks ago, I shared on my Youtube channel how to make Moroccan Hair Tea using Henna Sooq’s herbal tea mix.
Why Use Moroccan Hair Tea in Your Hair Regimen?
First off, why would you want to use a hair tea with herbs from Morocco in your hair regimen?
Well, there’s plenty of herbs that can benefit your hair in so many ways. Even if you are a DIYer, you may be pressed to “assemble” the right herbs in the right quantities when creating a hair tea.
I’ve used various hair teas in my hair over the years. Some were too strong for my hair. By that I mean, they threw off my hair’s moisture/protein balance by adding too much strength. One such hair tea, is henna hair tea. It’s excellent for strengthening your hair but you have to be careful not to use it too often. You also need to use a moisturizer with it.
The Moroccan Hair Tea I’m about to share with you is more balanced. You get both strength and moisture. Yet, there’s not too much of either.
Benefits of Moroccan Hair Tea
The herbs from Morocco are rich and nourishing. They will help you to:
– Have shinier hair
– Resist premature graying
– Stimulate your scalp for hair growth
– Strengthen your strands for length retention
– Balance your hair’s moisture and protein levels
– Protect your hair from environmental damage
Benefit Rich Ingredients in Henna Sooq’s Moroccan Hair Tea
I really like the hair tea blend from Henna Sooq. It contains the right balance of herbs.
The many benefits of the Moroccan Hair Tea offered by Henna Sooq are fostered by the herbs that formulate the tea:
Henna: This is the kind of herb that helps to protect and strengthen your hair
Rose: Balance is added to the mixture
Chamomile: Adds shine to your hair
Pomegranate: Prevents grey hair (or rather premature greying because nothing can stop nature!)
Clove: Stimulates the scalp to promote hair growth
Serghina: Strengthens the hair from root to tip
Date Seed: Like Clove, it promotes hair growth
In this video I show step by step how easy it is to make this Moroccan hair tea with a blend from Henna Sooq.
If you watched the video, you’ll notice I added a few essential oils to the tea. Tea Tree Essential Oil provides antimicrobial protection. Rosemary Essential Oil also helps with stimulating hair growth but it has many other benefits including: Adding shine, Strengthens hair follicles, Slowing down grey hair production and helps with Excess shedding.
As a reminder, please keep any leftover mixture refrigerated.