This method is extremely beneficial because it significantly improves hair quality, restores pH balance, stimulates hair growth and makes the scalp healthier. Here’s how and how often you should use it.
Organic apple cider vinegar is great for both your hair and scalp. It cleans the hair while giving it great volume and shine. It also prevents hair loss. In addition, ACV reduces itching of the scalp and eliminates dandruff thus destroying bacteria and fungi locked in your hair follicles.
The alpha hydroxyl acid found in ACV thoroughly removes all residues from your favorite hair-styling products. Rinsing your hair with organic ACV is a great way to get great hair quality, natural pH balance, increased hair growth and a healthier scalp.
As already mentioned, apple cider vinegar kills all germs and removes dandruff. Plus, it stimulates blood circulation in small blood vessels. ACV has strong antifungal and antiviral properties and is a powerful tool against scalp infections.
THE BENEFITS OF ACV AS A HAIR RINSE
For one thing, ACV restores the pH value of follicles, removes dead skin cells and promotes healthy hair growth. Plus, it relieves itching, heals dry and scaly scalp, eliminates dandruff and residues from hair-styling products and gives hair healthy shine and volume.
Moreover, apple cider vinegar stimulates healthy hair growth because it cleans clogged follicles caused by a bacterial infection. These infections create layers of dandruff on the head, which can result in loss of hair.
HOW TO USE ACV FOR DIFFERENT HAIR TYPES?
- Wavy, thick or long hair: Mix ½ cup apple cider vinegar with 1 liter of warm water.
- Straight, thin or short hair: Mix 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with 1 cup of warm water.
- Chemically straightened or treated hair: Mix ½ cup apple cider vinegar with 2 cups of warm water.
- Curly or thick hair: Mix 1 cup of apple cider vinegar with 3 cups of hot water.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU USE ACV AS A HAIR RINSE?
- Wavy, thick or long hair – once in 2 weeks.
- Straight, thin or short hair – once a week.
- Chemically straightened or treated hair – once a month.
- Curly or thick hair – once every 6 to 8 weeks.