Despite the fact that sounds a bit weird to use Vinegar on your Hair, it is not a joke, it’s actually something that you should consider. If you never tried it, I’m sure you probably are a bit skeptical, to say the least 🙂
After starting making my own apple cider vinegar at home, I started to get more and more interested about its benefits for the health, hair, and skin. And one thing let to the other I said goodbye to the traditional conditioners and shampoos for god.
Now I use apple cider vinegar (ACV) to rinse my hair and works wonderfully. It is one of my favorite ways to keep my hair healthy, detangled, and shiny.And I assure you 100% that after you rinse out the vinegar from your hair and your hair dries, it will no longer smell like vinegar at all.
And I assure you 100% that after you rinse out the vinegar from your hair and your hair dries, it will no longer smell like vinegar at all.
Apple cider vinegar is simply the by-product of the fermentation of apples.
Choose the right Apple Cider Vinegar
You can do the vinegar easily at home or you can buy it at any supermarket or health store, the best ones to use on your hair are the ones that are organic, raw and unfiltered.
How To Do an Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse
Mix: 2-4 tbsp apple cider vinegar + 1/2 liter cool/warm water
(Ues more vinegar for oily hair or dandruff, less vinegar for dry hair, but you can adjust this blend over time to see what works best for you)
- Use the shampoo,
- Rinse your hair,
- Mix the apple cider vinegar and water, in a bottle or jar,
- Pour the rinse over your entire scalp, allowing the mixture to run through,
- Let the mixture sit on your hair for 1-2 minutes,
- Rinse out the vinegar.
Reasons to do an ACV hair rinse
- It helps to balance the pH of the hair.
- It has antibacterial and antifungal properties
- prevents and helps with dandruff
- removes build-up
- great natural detangler
- stimulate hair growth
- can prevent hair loss
Please share any experiences or questions, I’d really love to hear from you! ??