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tarafotty

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Has anyone been successful in making a spray product out of sea kelp? I would like a taming product for my and my two year old's hair. Maybe a little sea kelp with a floral water, preservative and some panthenol thrown in for good measure.
I know I could fool around and experiment with making my own, but I was just wondering if anyone has a "tried and true" spray. I am not interested in making a flax seed gel spray (I've already done a search).

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Why not use it as a gel?
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Well, I have. I would just like to use something with a lighter touch, for touch ups and such, as I feel that they're easier to use, both on me and my son.

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Suggestions?
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I've made a "quickie" spray using the new Ultramarine SeaKelp.  I put 8oz. of water into a bottle with a sprayer attachment.  I then add approx 1 tbl. of the seakelp with a "dash" of germaben.  Shake it all up and use it after I've shampooed my hair.  If you have access to deionized water, you can probably skip the preservative.  I've even noticed a few new hairs sprouting up in the fringe of my hairline!  Hope this helps a bit :-)

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I am confused. Why do you think that deionized water can eliminate the need for a preservative?



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