Congratulations to @no.1rosemarywater, winners of the Best New Food & Drink Award at Food Matters Live 2017. Nirvana CPH offered total project management of the launch of their brand; everything from the initial logo design and branding through to the retail packaging, launch of their transactional website and press ad artwork. See more of the project on our website - and well done to the Rosemary Water gang!
Home made herbal hair rinse. This is a concentrated form. For the image here, the herbs used were Yarrow Flowers, Rosemary and Sage Leaves,
How to use it?
Take a 1/4 cup of this herbal vinegar rinse and dilute it with 1-2 cups of water.
To be use after shampooing your hair. Just rinse it over your hair and massage your scalp. You can leave it on or rinse it off. Note: when your hair dries up, there won't be any vinegar smell.
For oily hair, it works best to leave on the herbals vinegar rinse.
For dry hair, rinse it off after a minute or two.
- 2 cups Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
- 2 tsps each of Yarrow Flowers, Rosemary and Sage Leaves.
How to store it? and When to use it?
After combining all ingredients, put concoction in the fridge for two weeks.
When two weeks is up. It is ready to be use.
What are the benefits?
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
- Apple cider vinegar helps to balance hair and scalp pH - Remove buildup (residue) at the same time without stripping the hair of its natural oils. - Natural treatment for dry itchy scalp because of its antibacterial activities and its ability to balance pH levels on the scalp. - A natural hair detangler - Treat clogged hair follicles due to bacterial infection that creates crusty flakes on the scalp - Stimulates better circulation to the hair follicles, which strengthens the hair roots and promotes a healthy hair growth. - Helps to seal the hair cuticle. As a result, light is reflected off the hair, making it smoother, softer and shinier
The best roasted potatoes of your life! The recipe is by seriouseats on YouTube. The first sentence explains it all! Super fragrant and the crispiest potatoes I’ve had. It takes a bit of effort and time to make them but it’s all worth it in the end!!