Dill hair – Moisturizing shampoo for oily hair!
Shampoo for oily hair:
- Cleanses the scalp and hair – thanks to natural, mild cleansing substances, above all soapwort combination
- Reduces greasy hair allowing more time between washes
- Moisturizes perfectly
- Gives hair lightness
- Nourishes, strengthens and regenerates
For oily, with excessive seborrhea, dyed and non-dyed (natural) hair.
The shampoo recipe was composed according to folk recipes recipes of our grandmothers and great-grandmothers, who usually had beautiful and long braids in shapely bobbins.
How to use
Apply the shampoo onto your hands and spread over wet hair from the scalp to the ends. After washing, rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. The action can be repeated. The shampoo foams but very gently because it does not contain chemical compounds responsible for foam formation!
To enhance the effect of beautiful hair, we recommend using dill hair vinegar after washing.
Dill hair contains a list of infusions and herbal decoctions:
Fennel fruit – is one of the oldest medicinal plants. Combine 1 tablespoon of powdered seeds per glass of water. This is a beneficial agent for better hair growth especially oily hair. Also has a pleasant smell derived from the essential oil.
Soap dish – was used in the Middle Ages as both a hygiene wash and a wash for delicate fabrics. Used as a shampoo it leaves hair shinny and light but does not irritate. Shampoo does not foam too much.
Tartar – this plant is the “queen” of hair care. It not only gives hair volume and gloss but eliminates seborrhea and dandruff. It has anti-inflammatory, astringent and bactericidal agents.
The gravelblower – preserve the hair structure and strengthen it.
Birch leaf – rub close to the scalp for hair growth. Infusion of birch leaves perfectly strengthens weak and oily hair. It gives them shine, lightness, and volume.
The effect of the shampoo is enhanced by the infusion of yarrow to moisturize the hair and calm the sebaceous glands, and oil gives the hair a beautiful shine.
History of the uprising
When I was a child, it was enough to wash my hair once a week – Marta recalls. As an adult woman, I had to wash my hair properly every day. I searched and tested a lot of different shampoos both natural and non-natural ones . Unfortunately, the need to wash your hair was every 1 or every 2 days! And so I decided to develop a shampoo recipe to wash once a week. Work began in 11.2016. There were shampoos derived only of herbs but they did not foam. I tried foaming products but it foamed for a short time and was very unstable. Such a product was unacceptable to others :(. I began to test more natural surfactants, learning and analyzing their specifications and methods of preparation. And after 3 years of and error, us chemists and herbalists of natural surfactants, the herbs were created for the shampoo.
TODAY I CAN WASH YOUR HAIR ONCE 5 DAYS! Let’s just remember that the hair must get used to the natural washing compounds. At the beginning we recommend washing your hair twice with one wash.