Beer Hair RinseThe next time you have trouble finishing a bottle of beer, keep the leftovers for use as a hair tonic.

The proteins from the malt and hops found in beer coat, rebuild and repair damaged hair.

Rinse hair with beer to add body and shine!

A beer rinse can give extra life to naturally curly hair that straightens at the end of the day or even permed hair that is just about ready for a new perm!

 

 

Simple Beer Rinse

Beer's natural ingredients tighten the hair cuticle and give hair a beautiful shine

  • Once a month use a can of flat beer after shampooing.

  • Choose a beer that does not have a strong odor.

  • Shampoo and rinse hair as usual.

  • Pour the flat warm beer on your hair and work it through.

  • Rinse with lukewarm, not hot, water.

 

Cider Vinegar and Beer Rinse

The vinegar and the cider work together to tighten the cuticle.With a smooth cuticle, the hair will reflect the light rather than absorb it, providing lovely luster!

1 oz. water
1 tablespoon Cider Vinegar
1 ounce of flat Beer
5 drops Rosemary essential oil (optional)

Mix all ingredients together. Shampoo and rinse hair as usual. Pour the rinse on your hair and work it through. Rinse with lukewarm, not hot, water.

 Try using our Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Rinses in this recipe!

 

 


Jojoba Hair Oil

Jojoba Oil and Beer Conditioner

1 cup warm beer
1 teaspoon jojoba oil (or use our organic Jojoba Grapeseed Hair Oil)

 

Mix all ingredients together. Shampoo and riOrganic Jojoba Hair Conditioernse hair as usual.

Pour the conditioner on your hair and work it through. Rinse with lukewarm, not hot, water.

Jojoba oil is non-greasy and adds shine to your hair while beer adds body.

 

Try using our Jojoba Grapeseed Hair Oil in this recipe!

 

 

Beer Styling Tonic

Natural Organic Beer Hair Rinse

 

Beer is a very good setting lotion. It makes hair look healthy and shiny, and gives blown dried hair increased vitality, resilience, and hold.

Spray a little beer into your hair using a pump bottle after shampooing, just before you dry and style your hair. 

You can store the beer for a week or two if you keep it in a sealed bottle in the refrigerator.

 

 

Recipes have been gathered from friends, family, customers, and other sources. We have not tried all of these recipes and provide them as fun and interesting alternatives to commercial products. We do not guarantee that they will work for you as they have worked for others.


Natural Organic Beer Shampoo

Beer Shampoo Bar

 

For a special treat try Chagrin Valley's Honey Beer and Egg Shampoo.

The well-known conditioning properties of beer and egg combined with cocoa butter provide a moisturizing shampoo bar.

This shampoo does not smell like beer! The honey and the hops give this bar a nice clean smell with a hint of sweetness.