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rosemary curl refresher

Submitted 07/13/2014 by

Category: Refresher

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This hair refreshing mist can be tailored to your needs... It can also be used as a facial mist. Keep it in the fridge to make it extra refreshing and to make it last longer. It should keep for at lea Read More...


  • Filtered, distilled water
  • A few stems/sprigs of fresh rosemary
  • a glycerine capsule
  • honey
  • your choice of oil
  • a spray bottle with a fine spray head.
  • adjust your quantities to suit your container, keeping in mind that this mix will stay fresh for a week or two at most in the fridge. You could extend the shelf life by adding a small amount of vodka, however this can be drying.


Ensure that you have a clean misting/spray bottle ready. Boil some filtered, distilled or mineral water (use tap water if you like, but your hair will appreciate it if you use water with less chlorine, etc). Pick some fresh rosemary (or whichever herb you chose). A couple of sprigs should be enough. If you don't have the fresh herb, substitute dried or a pure (organic if you have it) herbal tea bag, such as chamomile or sage tea. Place in a heatproof jug and pour over the boiling water. Add in the contents of a glycerin capsule and a small amount of honey (half a spoonful if you are making approx 200ml spray). You may also want to add a few drops of oil (perhaps around half a teaspoon), to suit your hair/skin needs. I add a couple of drops of sweet almond oil or jojoba. Cover and allow to cool. When cool, strain into your spray bottle. Store in the fridge and shake before each use. It will have a fresh herbal scent and a pretty green colour if you use rosemary. Spritz onto your curls to refresh or use as a facial mist as needed.

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