How To Wash Your Hair With Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is so useful. We have introduced you 30 uses for apple cider vinegar, but wash hair with apple cider vinegar? Seriously? What about the smell?

Well, unfiltered apple cider vinegar can be used as an excellent treatment for the hair and scalp problems. When using it on your hair, apple cider vinegar is cleansing, giving the hair more body and luster and reducing hair-loss. It also reduces itching scalp and dandruff by destroying the bacteria and/or fungi that clog hair follicles.

When washing hair with this apple cider vinegar, the alpha-hydroxy acid will help remove the build-up from hairstyling products, enhancing the healthy and smooth of your hair, making proper pH balance,  help hair growth and healthy scalp.

Also, washing your hair with apple cider vinegar will  kill bacteria and reduce dandruff . It promotes blood circulation in small blood capillaries under the skin. It is also an antiseptic shampoo, anti-yeast, viruses and bacteria which  can cause infection in the scalp and hair.

To summarize the Benefits of using Apple cider vinegar to wash your hair

  • Neutralizes the pH levels of your hair follicles
  • Removes dead skin cells and promotes healthy growth of hair
  • Excellent for relieving itchy, dry and flaky scalp
  • Relieves dandruff
  • Removes hairstyling build-up in hair
  • Gives hair a nice shine
  • Encouraging hair growth – this amazing liquid can treat clogged hair follicles due to bacterial infection that creates crusty flakes on the scalp (which can result in hair loss).

How To Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Various Types of Hair

Wave, Curly, Thick or Long Hair — 1/2 cup of ACV mixed with 1 quart of warm water

Straight, Fine, Thin or Short Hair — 1 tablespoon of ACV mixed with 1 cup of warm water

Chemically straighten or treated hair — 1/2 cup of ACV mixed with 2 cups of warm water

Naturally Kinky or Thick Hair — 1 cup of ACV with 3 cups of water

How Often Can I Use This Hair Rinse Treatment?

Wave, Curly, Thick or Long Hair — Use once every 2 weeks

Straight, Fine, Thin or Short Hair — Use once a week

Chemically straighten or treated hair — Use once a month

Naturally Kinky or Thick Hair — Use once every 6 — 8 weeks

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