Lemon Balm Spray (Glycerin-Free version) – makes 8oz (measurements in volume)
7.48oz 93.5% Lemon Balm infused water (tea)
0.4oz 5% Vegemoist Glycine Betaine (Beta vulgaris (Beet)) Sugar Extract
0.12oz 1.5% preservative (or use the recommended percentage of whatever preservative you’re using)
# Mix all the ingredients well before adding them into a spray bottle.
# Make sure you’ve incorporated the Glycine Betaine (Beet Sugar extract). It dissolves well in water
# If you’re going to use this mix within 3 to 5 days, you may be able to get away with not using a preservative. But keep it refrigerated.
# It makes hair shine when used as a hair rinse. Lemon balm is also supposedly great for oily hair.
You’ll find lemon balm used in conditioners by Weleda and in hair gel by Bain de Terre.
# Remember this is simply a tea based spritz with no hold. Your hair may be shiny, but you still have to seal in that moisture with a whipped butter mix, or shea butter. Or add an oil on top of your hair like Coconut oil, Avocado oil, Sunflower oil, Macadamia Nut oil, or your favorite oil