Hair treatments are quite easy to make and can be put together to create a simple and unique gift basket.
The following four homemade hair treatment products would work nicely as a gift basket and could be made in less than 30 minutes.
Prepare each item below and
DIY Dry Shampoo
Image courtesy Red and Honey.
This 2-ingredient dry shampoo is super quick and works well. Place ingredients in a clear jar so the colors can be seen.
Rosemary Hair Rinse
This simple Rosemary Hair Rinse is great for creating soft, clean hair.
This DIY leave-in conditioner and detangler will take mere minutes to make and works very well for getting out tangles.
Honey Hair Treatment
A honey hair treatment can be made by simply placing honey in a jar and adding a label that says something like this:
Massage 1/2 cup of honey into your hair and let sit for 20 minutes (put on a shower cap, plastic bag or wrap with saran wrap, if desired). Shampoo and condition as usual.
To boost this honey treatment create an infused honey by placing 1/4 cup of herbs (like rosemary, sage, chamomile, or lavender) in a jar and pouring 1 cup of honey over the top. Gentle stir and cap the jar and leave for 2 weeks. Strain out the herbs.
To make an herb-infused honey the quick way, gently warm 1 cup of honey to a simmer. Immediately remove fro heat and add the herbs. Stir and leave and cover. Leaving to sit for at least an hour.
Strain out the herbs and place infused-honey into a clean jar.
Another option for this hair treatment gift basket would be a rosemary hot oil hair treatment.
Round out the basket with the addition of a shower cap, and your gift is complete!
This is Day 12 in the 31 Days of Simple, Homemade Gifts Series.
If you enjoy homemade hair treatments, be sure to check out the Natural Hair Treatments eBook my subscribers receive for free!
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