Apple Cider Vinegar for Hair
Have you ever rinsed your hair with apple cider vinegar? Are you aware of the benefits of washing your hair with apple cider vinegar? If not, let me enlighten you. Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a cost-effective, organic, and natural topical treatment for dealing with any kind of skin and hair issues.
How To Make And Use Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse
ACV is great for smoothening and strengthening your hair. However, you need to make sure that you are using all-natural apple cider vinegar that has some amount of a sediment called ‘mother’. Commercial clear ACV goes through a heating, distillation, and clarification process that removes the good bacteria, essential nutrients, and living enzymes from it.
The ingredients required to prepare a simple apple cider vinegar (ACV) rinse are as follows:
- 2-4 tablespoons of ACV
- 1 cup (8 oz.) of water
How To Apply
- Mix two to four tablespoons of ACV in one cup (8 oz.) of water.
- After shampooing and rinsing your hair, pour the ACV solution all over your hair and massage your scalp with your fingers. Make sure you cover the entire scalp and all your hair from roots to tips.
- Let it sit in your hair for about 5 minutes before rinsing it off thoroughly.
To get the most out of your ACV hair rinse, listed below are a few tips that you need to follow.
- Oily hair and hair with different kinds of scalp issues require more ACV, while dry hair requires less of it.
- How often you rinse your hair with ACV depends on your hair and scalp condition. Oily hair needs it more often (once every week), while dry hair needs it just once or twice a month. If you have normal hair, do the ACV rinse once every two weeks.
There are a ton of natural ingredients that you can add to your ACV rinse to amp its benefits for your hair. Check them out in the next blog!