What exactly is this serum and what is it expected to do??
Black Tea is highly beneficial for the coils and has a tad bit more caffeine than a cup of coffee. Don’t worry, this caffeine is good for your hair and blocks dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from damaging the hair.
What is— Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a hormone linked to hair loss and other health issues.
How will hibiscus help in this combination. The leaves and flowers of the hibiscus are used in hair treatments aide to prevent and control hair/scalp issues.
Honey's Handmade Caribbean Hibiscus & Black Tea Conditioning Serum: Has been marinating and soaked over low heat twice and then soaked in the leaves for two additional weeks then prepped for bottling.
Instructions: How to use: Take 2 tbsp. (30 ml) of oil and place it in a small bowl or mug. Place the small bowl or mug in the water on the stove. Allow the oil to sit for a few minutes until it is warm but not hot. You do not want to burn yourself with the hot oil.
Evenly distribute oil on finger tips while massaging into the scalp and tips of hair. Apply a plastic cap and follow-up with steam or thermal conditioning regimen. Let oil sit for a minimum of 30 min. Rinse and follow up with Deep conditioner and Style as usual and enjoy.
Ingredients: Olive Squalane, Almond, Shea, Wild Cherry, Polysorbate 20, Hibiscus Root, Black Tea, Hops Extract, Wheat Germ, Lanolin, Grapeseed and Fragrance