Black Tea Rinses

Fully oxidized tea leaves for a robust cup.

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Black Tea Rinses

by Rgrrio » Aug 27th 19 6:52 am

Hello all! I am looking into black tea rinses because I have read that it can help with shedding. I also know it can darken your hair and I'm curious how much. I know this all depends on the current color of your hair, I have medium brown hair, but I don't want to end up with jet black hair after a couple weeks of the rinses.

Does anyone know alternate methods of helping shedding? I have a poodle, and I find it hilarious that it's not dog hair all over my floor, it's people hair!

Thanks a lot!

Sep 20th 19 11:30 am
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Re: Black Tea Rinses

by Bluemoons » Sep 20th 19 11:30 am

Rgrrio wrote: Hello all! I am looking into black tea rinses because I have read that it can help with shedding. I also know it can darken your hair and I'm curious how much. I know this all depends on the current color of your hair, I have medium brown hair, but I don't want to end up with jet black hair after a couple weeks of the rinses.

Does anyone know alternate methods of helping shedding? I have a poodle, and I find it hilarious that it's not dog hair all over my floor, it's people hair!

Thanks a lot!
I never heard of tea helping with shedding but I think that's possible. I believe and heard that it helps to darken the color. But I think if you have brown hair you will never end up with black hair.
Those black tea rinses you are looking for will help in nutrition and thus the improving pigmentation. So, you don't have to worry about getting black hair tea is not capable of altering your genes for the pigments I am very sure of that.

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Re: Black Tea Rinses

by 12Tea » Sep 29th 19 9:37 am

Honestly, I think it's a myth. If it does really help, then I bet drinking black tea is even better :)

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Re: Black Tea Rinses

by Bluemoons » Oct 5th 19 1:56 pm

12Tea wrote: Honestly, I think it's a myth. If it does really help, then I bet drinking black tea is even better :)
exactly

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Re: Black Tea Rinses

by Bluemoons » Oct 5th 19 1:59 pm

Rgrrio wrote: Hello all! I am looking into black tea rinses because I have read that it can help with shedding. I also know it can darken your hair and I'm curious how much. I know this all depends on the current color of your hair, I have medium brown hair, but I don't want to end up with jet black hair after a couple weeks of the rinses.

Does anyone know alternate methods of helping shedding? I have a poodle, and I find it hilarious that it's not dog hair all over my floor, it's people hair!

Thanks a lot!
I think you should try eating curry leaves instead. maybe 1-2 every alternate day or whatever possible for you. I asked around and they say it helped them. Just try it for a short time period.

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Re: Black Tea Rinses

by mariejanee » Nov 8th 19 8:41 am

Using a black tea rinse will help with:

Shedding - If this is a problem for you, and especially on wash days, keep reading to learn how to reduce it. If you’re experiencing thinning or balding, using a tea rinse along with building a hair care regimen that promotes hair growth will be important.

Softening and Adding Shine - This is a must if you want healthy-looking hair.

Hair Growth - The caffeine within the tea will stimulate your scalp’s hair follicles and encourage growth.

Thanks