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on 4/30/2011 6:14:00 PM
More reviews by nesslee
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Other
i add 2-3 spoons of apple cider vinegar in 400 ml water and rinse my hair with it. i leave it on. as you sweat the smell comes back, so i prefer to do it in the weekends. but i always add dry lavender and rosemary in the vinegar bottle, so the smell is a little bit less disturbing this way and i get the extra beefits of these herbs (i hope). ACV rinse is really good for itchy scalp, immediately relieving, and thats the main reason i do it. my hair is oily, instead of shampooing too often, i do ACV rinse from time to time. it adds volume too.
on 4/27/2011 1:10:00 PM
More reviews by TheBlueOrchid
Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
I have fairly sensitive skin and it is extremely oily. I've used toners in the past and it seemed to just make my oiliness worse or no change at all. I decided to give the apple cider vinegar a try because its a cheap attempt. And if it doesn't work you can still use the vinegar for cooking! Well at first I put this on with a 50/50 mixture of water/vinegar and it made my face very red and irritated. So I dropped the mixture down to about 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water and it still was a little irritated. But at about 1 part vinegar and 5 parts water it was just right. I've been using this 2 times a day for about 4 days and I have already noticed a difference. My face is a lot less oily throughout the day and a lot softer. I haven't noticed any change in pore size or redness but I'll continue to use and see if that changes. I would recommend this to anyone with sensitive oily skin. Just make sure you dilute it. Only drawback I see is the smell at first but it does go away after it dries.
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 4/22/2011 12:03:00 AM
More reviews by summerrain1994
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse
I am SO glad that I discovered this product here on MUA - I had some sitting in my cupboard and was so happy that I didn't have to spend anything to try something new.I have used this as a spot treatment on my face and I have gotten so many compliments on my skin! I barely have to wear any foundation and I'm set to go out. The smell is pretty bad (don't inhale it, trust me!) but it goes away once it soaks into your skin.I tried it once on my hair but I didn't give it much time and I didn't rinse with cold water. Am hoping to try again tomorrow.
on 3/1/2011 2:00:00 AM
More reviews by xxsimplysweetxxx
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Nothing will get your hair to shine more than an ACV rinse. It smells HORRIBLE (I haven't tried to mix it with other oils or products) ... but I just breathe through my mouth when I use it. Helps restore the pH of your hair, get rid of residue build-up, and gives a brilliant shine. Not to mention it's dirt cheap and something you probably have on hand anyway.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 12/10/2010 9:51:00 PM
More reviews by NatanYah
Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm
Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Other
ACV is great and has a whole assortment of uses. I try to make sure to always have some on hand. From clarifying hair to detoxing the body, this stuff is a miracle. No-poo: I usually rinse it through my hair with a tablespoon of baking soda, massage in, then rinse with cool water.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 11/15/2010 1:10:00 PM
More reviews by Thena
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
HG hair rinse and tonic!For years, I have wanted to switch to chemical free (or at least SLS free) shampoos, but I didn't find one until recently. I also wanted to see how good ACV was since I heard so much about it, but I was afraid it would smell. That proved to be moot as I do not use a lot of ACV and the mild smell goes away when my hair is dry. I have been "no (sham)poo" for over a month now. I actually use an organic, natural shampoo bar from etsy because my roots and hair are naturally too oily to go without soap or cleansing agent right away. I may switch to Baking Soda in the future, but this works for me now.My basic routine consists of: the shampoo bar, a light rinse, and then 1-2 tablespoons of ACV (premixed in a 250ml bottle with 5 drops Rosemary oil) with a couple of additional drops of Rosemary oil mixed into warm water. The rosemary is great for dark hair and as an all around tonic. Depending on how oily or flaky my hair is at the time, I leave it in for 2-5 minutes and/or add more ACV or rosemary. Then I blast and rinse with cold water (an important step!). Towel and air dry. If you have dry ends or roots, run or comb some drops of jojoba oil in your hair for shine and moisture.Results: Beautiful ends, lighter hair and best of all, less flakes and no itchy scalp. Before, I use to get lots of flakes and itchy scalp in winter from the chemical shampoos and conditioners. Any no 'poo routine requires at least 4-6 weeks to settle and yes, your hair will be extra greasy in the first couple of weeks, but experiment and ride it out. Overall, this is much better for my hair, the environment, and my wallet. For more information on ACV and going no shampoo, try the following websites:http://www.natural-forces.com/essays/poofree.htmhttp://www.apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com/natural-hair-care-product.htmlhttp://noshampooexperiment.blogspot.com/http://community.livejournal.com/no_poo/
15 out of 16 people found this review helpful.
on 11/6/2010 1:29:00 AM
More reviews by gracejones
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Love this as a hair rinse, it gives soft, shiny hair and removes gross residue, follow it up with a blast of ice cold water and your hair will shine shine shine!It is the natural stuff that always seems to work best...
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 11/4/2010 12:26:00 PM
More reviews by Jinhee
Skin: Dry, Other, Warm
Been going through seasonal, harmonal stuff that is making my dry skin tight and itchy. Even my scalp is effected, which translates to bumpy flaky scalp that is itchy and just plain gross. Hair is flat and listless even with my many oil rinses. I need to bring out my half gallon of braggs once more. Dilute with water, usually 1:3 ratio and I let dry without rinsing off after regular shampooing. Works to balance ph level and works in four to five rinses. Dried out the little bumps and my fingers just feel soft clean skin and hair. Beat over priced, over medicated shampoos for dandruff and itchy skin any day.
on 11/3/2010 12:04:00 PM
More reviews by salhon
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
HG! I use this with my baking soda hair washing. Here is my whole routine: I do my own version of it that works great for me. I first do a diluted rinse of plain white vinegar, then I add about about 1/4 cup of baking soda in the bottom of a large drinking cup, add water to the top, and swish around. I pour this diluted baking soda mixture on over the white vinegar rinse (it bubbles nicely). I rinse it all out, and I then condition with about 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar diluted in the same large cup (sometimes I add some essential oil drops). Then I rinse. This is truly my favorite hair care routine! I do smell like a salad until my hair drys (often a little bit throughout that day also), but by the next morning, my hair looks amazingly soft, fluffy, and doesn't have a smell at all. I really, really love using this on my hair. I will buy again and again!
on 10/27/2010 10:42:00 PM
More reviews by pinkeyey
Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
This is a review for my first experience with ACV.I tried this last night. First I shampooed and rinsed. Then using a ketchup bottle (filled 50/50 with ACV / water) I slowly poured this over my hair, into the scalp, and rubbing it into the ends, etc. Using the ketchup bottle was easy cause i was able to control how much i squeezed out and pour directly to where I wanted.I left the ACV on for about 5 minutes- then rinsed it out and did not condition my hair.The smell did not bother me at all. When applying it, of course it smells sour, but not offensive to me. After rinsing off, I didn't really smell it anymore (but i know it's cuz i got used to the smell already).The texture- right out of the shower - it was gritty and "chalky"... similar to when you don't use conditioner.While it air dried- still chalky. I didn't try to comb it out cuz it didn't feel like it would be easy to comb.So this morning- honestly- i can still smell it. It's not strong, but when i clipped it up to wash my face- i could definitely smell ACV when i took the clip off. And when i smell my hair directly (just did it right now) it smells like ACV. Again, the smell is not offensive to me, but just so you know- it doesn't wash off that easily. Texture- when it was dried- the hair was definitely softer and My scalp feels cleaner. But i don't think the hair is shinier or that the colour changed. I would definitely do this again cause I like using more organic products. But I don't think it makes my hair look or feel better than my favourite shampoo/conditioner. And also, I may not want to use this before a big date or anything. I don't think any guy will like it if you smell like vinegar (smells kinda like stinky feet) =P
3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
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