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- For Light Hair
Apple Cider Vinegar helps to revitalize your scalp and restore its proper pH as it removes soap residue. The fragrant flowers and nourishing herbs condition, strengthen and soften your hair.
Mix 1/4 cup of the herbal vinegar with 1 cup warm water. Pour on hair, keeping eyes closed. Rinse lightly. Your hair will love it.
Pure apple cider vinegar extracts of chamomile, calendula, lavender, horsetail, oat straw, quassia chips & lemon grass, lavender & rosemary essential oil.
Very strong vinegar smell,also it is too pricy and ends very fast.I buy ordinary organic vinegar and put few drops essential oils.The result is same ,but is cheaper.
I mix this with henna and indigo to dye my hair, which brings a shining hair and firm root.
I like it!
Posted by Reviewer2431678 on Sep 13, 2016
All-natural ingredients & healthy for the scalp. I'm happy with it.
Posted by Mersila on Jul 17, 2016
love this .makes hair shiny
Posted by 4866443406938757876 on Apr 25, 2015
great hai rinse, it adds shine to the hair
Good but ....
Posted by Penelope11 on May 31, 2014
I do like the effect it has on my hair, but I could not get rid of the smell. I have to admit that it did not smell once my hair was dry, but as soon as I hit the gym and my head got hot and sweaty, I could distinctly smell it.
Posted by 5551549302811146822 on Feb 15, 2014
Been using for two months and my hair grows faster, and softer. By using a spray bottle which holds 1 cup water, 1/4 cup of rinse use this 2 to 3 times a week which cuts cost of the rinse. After shampooing, cream rinse, rinsing again, then saturate your hair and rinse again. I haven't seen any difference in my hair growing thicker but can't say it won't with time. Normally I get a hair cut every 3 to 4 months but it's only been 2 months and I'm beginning to look like a shaggy dog. The smell is lighter than regular vinegar but to me the smell is nice.