Alternative Medicine & Home Remedies : How to Rinse Hair With Apple Cider Vinegar

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Rinsing hair with apple cider vinegar is a great way to add shine, cleanse the hair and close the cuticles of each follicle, and it can be done using a cup of warm water and only a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Pour the vinegar mixture over the hair for positive results with health information from a practicing herbalist in this free video on natural remedies.


chingada47 says:

Some of you folks who post comments don’t listen very well. She said to put
the apple cider vinegar on after you’ve rinsed the shampoo out of the hair.
And she also said the smell dissipates very quickly so you don’t smell of
apple cider vinegar.

KyleSingletary says:

this works great!

The blacky blacky says:

then, don’t use it.nobody asks you to

GhostOfACPast says:

oops, return key got me. What I wanted to know is how long is long before
the smell goes away? Thank you.

GhostOfACPast says:

What about the smell? I would hate to walk around all day smelling like a

pinklima says:

I use it on my hair and I can tell that it keeps the tangles away with
continued use. Yet I don’t use it the way she does. I use it as a shampoo.

TokidokiTV says:

this works really well!!!!!!!! especially wen u have stuff like conditioner
residue!!! it cleans that off!!!!

GhostOfACPast says:

You’re an idiot so buzz off. Apparently the person who posted this no
longer watches this or they would have replied. For your information I use
it every single day for the last 3.5 months and it has done nothing for my
hair but my scalp no longer has dandruff so I suppose that is something
*BUT* another alleged marvel of ACV is to control the oil in your hair and
that is the largest reason I started using it. Problem is it doesn’t
control mine at all.

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