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Old 01-04-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
 
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Default Black Tea Rinse

Has anyone tried it. I recently discovered I have a bald spot due to alopecia, which is already growing back on it's own, but I would love to help it along it's way.

What about garlic and onion oil? Any protein sensitivity issues?

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pre poo: avacado, banana babyfood, grapeseed oil, and silk amino acid. Cleanser: DC No Poo 1x a week and BC 1x a week. DT: GVP Cond balm and grape seed oil
Co-wash: GVP CD, TJ tea tree
Leave-in: GVP CD, TJ tea tree, and grape seed oil
Styling: HETT and castor oil
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DD (4yo): 3b (very thin, hard to grow) keep in single braids with lots of beads for protection
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:13 PM   #2
 
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Black tea rinses really do help with shedding, (in a much less stinkier way) like garlic or onion. Careful though, for some, the black tea rinses have a bit of protein effects and may leave your hair a bit dry and rough, but its usually gone once you condition over it. When I rinse with black tea, my hair instantly feels stronger
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:15 PM   #3
 
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Black tea rinses are usually for shedding though, but it may help with retaining growth. So, don't expect it to do things it doesn't
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