|Tea treatment on Aug 08, 2012 @ 09:57 pm|
Brighten Locks with a Tea Treatment
|Tea Uses on Aug 09, 2012 @ 10:36 am|
Wow- I have never heard of this before! I wonder if it actually works. It always amazes me how versatile tea is though and how awesome it is for pretty much EVERYTHING.
I found this a little while back- 7 Uses for Tea, and I just realised it includes the same tip!
|Tea on Aug 09, 2012 @ 12:30 pm|
I've been using a lightening shampoo that contains Chamomile,so it makes sense the teas would work because Chamomile tea is just that ...straight Chamomile...
I also seen a article not to long ago for a natural chemical free tan is to steep and cool tea and put that into a spray bottle and spray yourself for a natural tanned look.
I knew its good for fertilizer I've been watering my plants with tea for a really long time now...
Some of the others you posted I did not know!
The power of natural products always amazes me :)
|Great tip on Aug 09, 2012 @ 02:01 pm|
Wow ladies, who knew? Thanks for the tips!
I totaly agree Bren, the power of natural products is truely amazing.
|Great tips!! on Aug 09, 2012 @ 02:29 pm|
I'm going to give this tea hair shine a try just as soon as I can pick up some black tea. I wonder what would happen if you were to use say the chamomile on dark hair. If any one tries this let me know what happened, I'm to chicken to try it myself.LOL