If you want to have healthy luxurious looking hair all you need to do is wash your hair with apple cider vinegar. From personnal experience I confess that managing my hair is quite the task. Apple cider vinegar rinse is equally repairing and nourishing to scalp and hair. Think of it as a reset for your hair care.
So, recently I went to my local produce store and was complimented on my healthy looking wavy hair. I couldn’t help but to share my secret to healthy hair and scalp…Apple Cider Vinegar!
Apple cider vinegar is an excellent and quite effective remedy for healthy hair and scalp. Using this as a shampoo and or conditioner can be extremely helpful for dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. Always use organic apple cider vinegar to wash hair and scalp so as to avoid any chemicals and pesticides.
So why is apple cider vinegar prized as such an excellent hair and scalp rinse? It has many benefits that may surprise you! The following are some of the healing properties of organic apple cider vinegar: antimicrobial, antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and pH balancing.
Dandruff, eczema, and seborrheic dermatitis can be quite irritating and even painful. These issues can cause flaking of the scalp, red inflamed skin, dry hair and in extreme cases it can even lead to hair loss. The reasons behind dealing which such frustrating dry skin of the scalp can be a factor of things from yeast overgrowth, poor diet, poor hygiene or other health issues.
Using organic apple cider vinegar to wash hair and scalp can be a life saver to help reduce itching, flaking scalp. By addressing dry itchy scalp this helps to eliminate blocked hair follicles that can cause hair loss. Treat the issue at the “root” source to start getting some relief at last!
How To Wash Your Hair With Apple Cider Vinegar
To wash your hair and scalp with apple cider vinegar take one part organic apple cider vinegar to four parts water and add together in a jar or bottle. After rinsing the hair and scalp with water, then simply pour the apple cider vinegar mixture onto hair and scalp.
I personally like to tilt my head back slightly to avoid getting any in my eyes. Pour slowly so as to evenly distribute on entire scalp. Be sure to get all along the hair line, behind the ears and at the nape of the neck as well.
These are problematic areas where skin irritation occurs and can be missed when washing hair and scalp. In addition to pouring the apple cider vinegar mix onto the scalp, you’ll also want to save enough to saturate all hair as well.
Next allow to set for a few minutes. Before rinsing, I like to gently massage my scalp to help loosen any dead skin.
Then rinse away with water for a super refreshing clean scalp and lustrous hair.