Natural Beauty: DIY Balinese Inspired Hair Rinse



Add shine and lustre to the scalp surrounded by uplifting and stimulating aromatic awareness with this beautiful all natural DIY hair rinse.

Whether you use essential oils to create a relaxing bath at the end of a long day, in the shower as a morning wake up call, to reduce symptoms of a cold, or to simply make your home smell divine, there are so many ways to incorporate pure essential oils into your daily wellness routine.

Whichever way you choose to integrate these naturally derived oils, their powerful healing properties, chemistry and scent work to enhance your overall physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.

Oil Garden’s in-house aromatherapy expert and educator Pat Princi-Jones is an associate member of the International Aromatherapy & Aromatic Medicine Association (IAAMA). With more than thirty-years industry experience, Pat is an aromatherapy guru with boundless knowledge and an endless dedication to the powerful healing powers of essential oils.

Here’s how to make your very own DIY Balinese inspired hair rinse using natural aromatherapy oils.

You’ll need:

  • Geranium Essential Oil
  • Frankincense Essential Oil
  • 80 ML of Warm Water
  • Blending bottle – which is any bottle you have handy to mix all the oils and water together in.


Add 2 drops each of Geranium and Frankincense to your blending bottle filled with 80mls of warm water. Shake well. Use as a final rinse. Dry and style as usual.

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Rebecca Wilkinson


Say hello to Bondi Beauty's new Beauty Columnist. Rebecca is a pescatarian, who may yet one day become a vegan. She loves all things beauty, health & travel with a weakness for coffee, and is often found scouring the city for the latest tastes in breakfast smoothie bowls. If you can't find her, or she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's hiding in a yoga studio, working on her zen or trying out the latest beauty craze like rubbing smashed avo all over her face. We know, what a waste of smashed avo.

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