Product build up can be a real issue and can lead to lifeless, limp, dull hair. An apple cider vinegar rinse can help restore life to your hair in a matter of moments. To safely rinse your hair with apple cider vinegar, mix four parts water to one part vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray your scalp well and work into your hair with your fingers. Allow the vinegar mixture to sit for few minutes and then rinse with cool water.
Follow with a light conditioner and rinse well. Dry and style as usual. You should notice shine and body restored to your hair.
One organic beauty staple you’ll find in all the organic beauty books and websites is apple cider vinegar. There’s simply nothing better to add shine and life back into your limp locks.
Apple cider vinegar can be used daily or just a couple of times a week to remove product build-up on your hair. It smells kind of funny so apply it before you shampoo. Wash your hair with a mild baby shampoo that doesn’t include sulfates, the wicked witch of hair products.
The recipe is:
– Put 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar and 1 cup water in a spray bottle.
Give it a shake.
– Spray on the roots of the hair and your scalp in the shower.
– Massage the apple cider vinegar into the scalp and then spray more on the hair itself, massaging it into hair with your hands.
– Let it sit for 5-10 minutes before washing it out with a gentle baby shampoo.
You can use this rinse daily until your hair appears shinier.