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Apple Cider Vinegar DIYs for Healthy Hair

ACV—a miracle health booster with innumerable benefits—is known to be a kitchen staple in every household. Sure, it helps give you glowing skin, improves your digestion, and boosts your immunity, but did you know that ACV can be used to give you strong, shiny hair too?

In fact, Wellbeing Nutrition’s Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is known to be the Gold Standard of ACV, especially since it's made from Himalayan Gold and Red apples using a blend of ancient science and modern fermentation technology, which makes it 2X more potent than regular ACV.

How can ACV be used to give you healthier, stronger hair?

Say you’re someone who uses a lot of products. Naturally, there will be remnants of the same on your scalp. Similarly, there’s oil buildup too. All you need to do is add ACV to your hair routine, and you will see the results almost instantly!

These ACV recipes will help reduce frizziness, prevent scalp infections, reduce dandruff, encourage hair growth, and improve the overall health of your hair in just a few washes. However, pure ACV is incredibly acidic and very strong, so you can’t simply pour a bottle of it on your head.

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

So how can you use it? Let’s find out.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Hair – DIY Recipes

ACV Shampoo

Simply mix two tablespoons of ACV in your regular shampoo. Apply the solution like you would if you were to shampoo your hair, and thoroughly massage your scalp for best results!

ACV Shampoo

ACV Conditioner

Rinsing your hair with ACV gives it a sheen that few conditioners can match.

The best way to do it is to add some ‘herbs’ – like rosemary, parsley, lavender or thyme for better results.

  • 2-4 tbsp of ACV
  • Herbs of your choice as mentioned above
  • 2 cups boiling water

Apply the mixture post shower, and enjoy the results!

Avoid getting the ACV rinse in your eyes, and leave your hair in a towel to dry out properly to ensure the smell of ACV disappears completely.

ACV with Hair Oil

You can incorporate ACV into your hair oil as well and make your hair stronger and healthier.

  • 2 tbsp ACV + 4 tbsp Coconut Oil

For luscious hair, simply gently massage this mixture onto your scalp. Leave for 20 minutes, and then wash your hair normally after.

ACV for Dandruff Treatment

There are many things that can cause dandruff. From pollution and sweat to skin issues like eczema and psoriasis. While treating the underlying cause with oral vitamins or medications is vital, treating dandruff on your scalp with the appropriate blend of ingredients can also be helpful. ACV is just the ingredient you need.

  • ½ tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tbsp aloe vera gel

Use it to massage your scalp twice a week for the best results.

ACV for Shiny hair

Who wouldn’t want to flaunt shiny hair locks that are radiant in sunlight? ACV can help you fulfill this dream.

  • Mix ACV and water in a 1:1 ratio. Apply this mixture to your scalp and leave it for 7–10 minutes.
  • Message your hair and then wash away the ACV in your hair completely with cold water.
  • Wait till your hair dries and get ready to flaunt your shiny, smooth hair.

ACV Hair Masks

Dilute half a tablespoon of ACV in every 8 ounces of water. Store this mixture in a spray bottle, and use it post-shower for best results.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for something a little fancier, you could mix:

  • 1 tbsp of ACV
  • ½ Cup of Water
  • 4 tbsp of Honey
  • 1.5 tbsp of Olive Oil

This hair mask makes your hair more manageable, smoother, and stronger.

    ACV Hair Masks


    Benefits of Using Apple Cider Vinegar for Hair

    Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a natural and inexpensive home remedy that has been used for centuries to improve hair health. Here are some of the benefits of using apple cider vinegar for hair:

    1. Balances pH: Our scalp's pH is somewhat acidic, and using hair products with a high pH can disrupt this natural balance, resulting in dandruff, dryness, and frizziness. ACV helps restore our scalp's natural pH, promoting healthy hair development.
    2. Removes buildup: Hair products, pollutants, and hard water can all create a residue on our hair over time, making it look dull and lifeless. ACV is a natural clarifying agent that can aid in the removal of buildup from hair, leaving it bright and healthy.
    3. Conditions hair: ACV contains acetic acid, which has natural conditioning characteristics that help hydrate and soften hair, making it smooth and manageable.
    4. Promotes hair growth: ACV contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that nourish the scalp and strengthen hair follicles, promoting healthy hair growth.
    5. Prevents dandruff: Because of its antifungal and antibacterial properties, ACV is an effective treatment for dandruff and other scalp infections. ACV inhibits yeast growth, which can cause dandruff, keeping your scalp clean and healthy.
    6. Enhances shine: ACV helps seal the cuticle of hair strands, improving light reflection and enhancing your hair's shine.

    Overall, using apple cider vinegar for hair is a natural, cost-effective, and safe way to promote healthy hair growth, prevent hair loss, and improve your hair's overall health and appearance.

    Hair Type Considerations

    Consider your hair type while using apple cider vinegar for hair care to determine the optimal dilution and frequency of application.

    • Oily hair: Apple cider vinegar can help regulate the scalp's pH and minimize excess oil production in greasy hair. Use a diluted solution of one part vinegar to two parts water on the scalp and hair once or twice a week.
    • Dry hair: Apple cider vinegar can help restore the natural pH balance of the hair and enhance its texture if it is dry or damaged. Use a diluted solution of one part vinegar to three or four parts water on the hair once a week.
    • Normal hair: Normal hair can benefit from a solution of one part vinegar to two or three parts water. Apply it to the hair once or twice a week.
    It should be noted that apple cider vinegar should not be used on color-treated hair because it may cause fading. Always completely rinse your hair after using apple cider vinegar to avoid any residual fragrance.

      Wrapping Up

      Apple Cider Vinegar’s benefits can go from improving gut health to making your hair silky, smooth, and shiny. Always make sure that the ACV stays unsaturated in your hair. Mix it with water before you put it on your scalp.

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