These days it seems like apple cider vinegar is one ingredient that everyone has been loving. This multi-purpose liquid can be used as a salad dressing, acne remedy and even an insect repellent. However, when I was scrolling through YouTube a few days ago, I came across a video in which someone used ACV as a hair rinse. This person is no other than Sarah Marie Nagel AKA the real-life Rapunzel.
After watching this video, I was very curious about using apple cider vinegar for my hair. So after doing some research and talking to people who’ve tried this hair rinse before, I can conclude one thing—it does have a lot of benefits to offer. If you’re curious to learn more about using ACV as a hair rinse then you’re in the right place. Have a look at all the amazing benefits of using it as a hair rinse:
One important thing to remember is that you should never under any circumstance use ACV undiluted. If you want to use it to condition your hair then you should dilute it with water and use it. Here’s what you should do:
Since we all have different hair types, the same treatment won’t work for all of us. Hence, if you feel this hair rinse is drying your hair out, then you can either dilute it more or stop using it altogether. If you’re someone with coloured hair then it’s best to stay away from this hair rinse because it may react to your coloured hair differently and damage it.
Would you ever try this hair rinse? Let us know in the comments below!
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