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Adding EO's to Diluted Bronner's

Macrina
@macrina
5 years ago
41 posts
What do you think about adding thesuggestedtea tree,rosemaryand lavender oils to diluted bronner's soap?
updated by @macrina: 01/13/15 08:53:17PM
Iain
@iain
5 years ago
845 posts

I've largely always added 3-5ish drops of tea tree to either the dr bronner peppermint or lavender soaps, There was a really noticeable difference in the amount of dandruff/itching i would have after continually using it, I also do about 10 drops of rosemary to complement the benefits of tea tree, but I would highly recommend it.

I love the way peppermint smells (and feels on your scalp) as well as the lavender soap

with tea tree be sparing, you don't need alot for it to work.

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@soaring-eagle
5 years ago
27,404 posts
i add it to the undiluted then filute from there


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@soaring-eagle
5 years ago
27,404 posts

why not use the teatree bronners and add rosemary thats what id do
Iain said:

I've largely always added 3-5ish drops of tea tree to either the dr bronner peppermint or lavender soaps, There was a really noticeable difference in the amount of dandruff/itching i would have after continually using it, I also do about 10 drops of rosemary to complement the benefits of tea tree, but I would highly recommend it.

I love the way peppermint smells (and feels on your scalp) as well as the lavender soap

with tea tree be sparing, you don't need alot for it to work.




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Dreadlocks Site
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