I will say it works great. Even if she misses a bath or two, I usually have very little tangling. I am tempted to try it on my hair, but that is another day. Before I continue to sound like a commerical, let me show you how to make it.
First you need to put some water on to boil. I generally just fill the containers I will be using with water and add a bit extra to cover any that may evaporate off.
|Why does water boiling look so cool in still life?|
|Dry rosemary works in a pinch|
Once the water is at a boil, add the water to the rosemary. In a way, it is just like making tea. You will need to let this sit overnight in the container. Don't worry if it floats, as time goes by, it will all get the good oils and things out of the rosemary.
|Dry rosemary +boiling water|
|Allow to sit overnight|
|After 48 hours|
|Bottles and apple cider vinegar|
|Fill the bottles|
|Remove rosemary soilds|
Now you have a nice set of rosemary water and your containers. Just pour the rosemary water into your containers and shake.
|Rosemary water plus Vinegar|
|Ready for use|