Organic apple cider vinegar is very beneficial for your hair and your head’s skin. It cleanses the hair, giving it volume and glow, and it also prevents hair loss. It soothes the itchiness of the head skin and it eliminates dandruff destroying all the bacteria and yeast that have closed the hair follicles.
Apple cider vinegar contains alfa-hidroxilic acid, which helps to destroy all the remaining layers of your favorite hair stylizing products. This method of washing your hair gives your hair a great quality, pH balance, it stimulates the hair growth and makes the head skin healthy.
Apple cider vinegar destroys the bacteria and removes dandruff. It stimulates the blood circulation in the small blood capillaries. It has big antifungal and antiviral properties and it’s a very powerful remedy for all kinds of infection on the skin of your head.
-PH balance of the hair follicles
-Removes dead skin cells and stimulates healthy hair growth
-Soothes the itchiness of the dry and dandruff scalp
-Removes the dandruff
-Removes the remaining layers of the hair care products
-Gives your hair beautiful glow
-Apple cider vinegar stimulates healthy hair growth, since it treats the clogged follicles caused by bacteria infections. These infections cause several layers of dandruff on the head, which eventually can cause hair loss.
How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar For Different Hair Types?
Curly, thick and long hair – Mix ½ a cup of apple cider vinegar with 1 litter of warm water.
Straight, thin and short hair – Mix 1 tablespoon ACV with one cup of warm water.
Chemically strengthened or anyhow treated hair – Mix ½ a cup of ACV with 2 cups of warm water.
Naturally curly or thick hair – Mix 1 cup of apple cider vinegar with 3 cups of warm water.
How Often Should You Use ACV For Rinsing Your Hair?
Curly, thick and long hair – once on 2 weeks
Straight, thin and short hair – once a week
Chemically strengthened or anyhow treated hair – once a month
Naturally curly or thick hair – once every 6-8 weeks