Tuesday, May 11

Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar

For those who are looking to go the more natural route in terms of hair care products, check out this article on how to wash hair with baking soda and vinegar. I am now trying this (using Apple Cider Vinegar) method and may eventually stop using shampoo all together. The key word is "may". I'll let you all know how it works out. By the way, this is a VERY cost effective method.

How to Wash Hair with Baking Soda and Vinegar: Shampoo-Free, Conditioner-Free Natural Haircare

Here are some benefits of ACV

Apple Cider Vinegar (taken by helium.com)

Great germ killer- If you use it on your hair you can successfully get rid of any germs or other particles which may have come in contact with your scalp.


Helps dry scalp- If you have this problem, after you begin to use it to treat your hair you should see significant improvements and reduction of dryness. All you need to do is give yourself an apple cider vinegar and warm water rinses a couple of times a week after you shampoo and you'll quickly see results.

No More Dandruff- regular ACV and warm water treatments can effectively battle persistent dryness, itchiness and flakiness. For instance, dandruff is a problem many people are afflicted with and using apple cider vinegar can effectively help combat and eliminate this pestering problem. If you've ever experienced uncomfortable scalp itchiness, you'll be happy to enjoy the ways apple cider vinegar can help you overcome this problem.

Shinier Hair- When using ACV on hair, you'll likely see how your hair is shinier and has an overall healthier appearance. No more drab or dull looking hair! A great side effect is it is also effective to eliminate any build up that ordinary shampoos and conditioners cause which is a significant culprit to hair looking on the lackluster side.

3 comments:

  1. Hi D, I have a black color rinse in my hair will ACV strip the color at all?

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  2. Hi! I believe it will, especially because it's semi-permanent. I also get a black rinse, but it usually washes out when I'm 3 weeks post relaxer whether I do an ACV rinse or not. Let me research this a little more and get back to you though.

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