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on 12/30/2018 8:30:00 AM
More reviews by AngelBritney
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
Why ACV is my HG product for everything:
- removes or reduces unpleasant smell
- makes my hair soft and shiny
- helps me to minimize my appetite
- great for washing your clothes
- healing earth or Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay are wonder masks with ACV
- preparing my nails for manicure with ACV works like a charm
- less breakouts/pimples (as toner)
- helps me not being tired after drinking it in the morning
I ALWAYS dilute ACV. When I use it for hair, body and face, I take distilled water and ACV. 1:1 (for example 200ml ACV and 200ml distilled water in one bottle).
For internal use, I take my measure spoon with 7,5ml. I put three 7,5ml-spoons of ACV and 3 cups of tape water into another bottle, shake it everytime before I drink it. Before each meal, it helps my stomach to feel better.
And, ofc, I use the ACV in bio-quality with the mother.
So, always think of this:
- Your ACV has to have the mother to get the benefits.
- Always dilute it, and dilute it even more when you want to drink it.
And you can get used to the smell. I have no problem since I use ACV every day.
2 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 2/1/2018 5:46:00 PM
More reviews by lindam
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Silver, Wavy, Other
I was brought up using a white vinegar and water rinse. Used it from childhood until I went to college. Just seemed like too much trouble; filling a sink with water and vinegar, rinsing my hair.Now I am in my 60's and have had a terrible time with dry scalp, flaking. Hair just seemed dry and lackluster.Last week I started using it again. My sink is right behind my shower so I can lean out and dip a glass in and rinse it through my hair. After the 3rd time I noticed the flakiness going down and my hair feels so much better and manageableGoing back to the tried and true.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 2/14/2017 11:07:00 AM
More reviews by trainer01
Skin: Dry, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse
By far the best ACV I've tried! Love it for skin and hair!!
on 9/27/2016 9:32:00 PM
More reviews by Wesjag
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I use this as a toner. I dilute it until it just has a little color. I cleanse, tone, moisture, then spot treatment (if needed). So far I really like this. It helps my blemishes shrink and heal faster it also helps prevent new ones. I started using this about a week ago and so far really enjoy this. If you have dry skin maybe just use it at night or every other day. I use 100% grape seed oil al a moisturizer and I enjoy the combo
on 7/2/2016 3:17:00 PM
More reviews by CordulaM
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm
Hair: Other, Wavy, Coarse
I have to say, this works for me. I used to use white vinegar (didn't realize there was a difference but there is) just to get the buildup off. White vinegar is actually more acidic and there might be more beneficial properties of ACV. The comment about the acidity of ACV is true, it's the same as my Joico K pac (one of them, they are all slightly different) as slightly acidic compounds do seal the cuticle, but it can't be too acidic (my mistake with the white vinegar, but it wasn't really harmful either tbh). For me, I apply this right on my scalp after wetting it. I don't measure it or use any specific ratio, I just wet my hair and pour it on and wet my hair a little more to make sure I can spread it, and massage it through my hair so it can get to my scalp because my hair is thick. Then I leave it for a few mintues. THEN I shampoo. I couldn't imagine not shampooing as I have really thick hair and the buildup won't go away from ACV alone. Plus I wash my hair once or twice a week but to skip one or just use some kind of co-wash just won't do. And then I condition. I definitely have had many times where my hair wasn't rinsed enough and the smell does linger in wet hair and it can be BAD. I don't know if it's worse with certain shampoos or what but at times it smells like puke and I just have to air it out or re-wash. (I prefer to dry my hair in a bun because it's so frizzy but that will make the smell worse). Some times I have no smell at all, so it's not every time.As far as results, definitely a cleaner scalp, which means a lot to me. I find my hair is softer, bouncier, and sometimes even curlier but often less frizzy. I don't know if this is better for courser hair or not but my hair is wavy curly, sort of dry, and I had bleached it to dye it colors. It's not horribly bleach damaged which other commenters say doesn't work well with ACV. I also don't think it fades my color any faster than regular washing. To be totally honest, I haven't found a difference between organic like Braggs or store brand.I have tried the dpHUE ACV rinse which is meant to take the place of a shampoo. As I mentioned, I'm not one for co-washing but that stuff is amazing. It's very expensive though so I would recommed that for those who think ACV can help them but don't want to deal with the real thing or the smell, maybe those with finer hair as well. But otherwise I think store bought ACV is great and works pretty well for a fraction of the price as long as your hair accepts it well and it's rinsed well.
on 5/30/2016 9:15:00 PM
More reviews by deniserocks
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
I read that it's the low PH that closes the cuticle to make the hair shiny and less prone to breakage. I'm not sure if that is why it works, but it definitely works!
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 4/3/2016 1:32:00 PM
More reviews by urs123
Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm
It works. I moved to a hard water city and saw my hair frustratingly deteriorate. Not knowing this was the issue, I suffered through trying new hair treatments, not understanding why my usual ones weren't working as well, and I even changed my hair colour thinking bleach was the problem. Eventually after a particularly drying wash and blow dry I made the connection it was the water, and learned about hard water. Rinsing with ORGANIC Apple Cider Vinegar, diluted with water, made my hair less straw like and frizzy, and flattened it. After a few consistent uses I found it was a little too...product-y feeling, possibly too much vinegar, so I trialled the next thing, a filtered water rinse in the shower after washing, and that works reasonably well too. I now combine rinsing always with filtered water, and the occasional vinegar rinse, and my hair appears to be heading back to normalcy.
on 11/24/2015 11:56:00 PM
More reviews by marinageorge21
Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral
I never have a bad hair day when I rinse my hair with ACV. This stuff adds shine, and weirdly I think this moisturizes my hair. I have done different methods...sometimes I shampoo/condish regularly, then rinse out with ACV at the ends of my shower. Sometimes I will just use ACV. I've gotten great results both ways. This was one of those pinterest things that I wasn't sure really worked, and I was pleasantly surprised that this delivers! The important difference between Bragg's and plain ACV, is that Bragg's has the "mother" (beneficial enzymes), that is destroyed in processing with regular ACV. I'd rather have that in my body than rinse down the drain, so I put a teaspoon of Bragg's in lemon water to drink. I use regular ol' ACV for my hair, and still get great results.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 10/3/2015 8:32:00 AM
More reviews by alina08
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
This is an economical product to keep in your beauty stash. It is great to use as a toner, or a hair rinse, or as a laundry booster (true story!). It is inexpensive, but you end up diluting it anyway, so it lasts a good amount of time. I like Bragg's in particular because it is organic, but any one will do.
on 10/3/2015 5:42:00 AM
More reviews by linuxgirl
Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral
This is a great remedy for when your hair is being dry, funky, and lacking shine, especially if accompanied by an oily scalp. It has to be seriously diluted if you have very dry or porous hair -- to give you an idea, I use a half litre empty coke bottle, fill the bottom with ACV (till it fills the four sections), and top it of with water. If you've ever made candy or sugar wax, it will have the color of sugar that is just beginning to caramelize (light gold). Perfect!I dump this in after shampooing and massage into my scalp, and leave it for 5 minutes or so while I soap, shave, etc. Then it's a great opportunity to 'scritch' all the flakes and product residue from the scalp (gross, but sometimes necessary). The ACV loosens it and it comes off in a snap. I then choose to rinse it off, because my hair holds on to odors.It leaves my hair seriously shiny and my scalp balanced. I still have to use a leave-in conditioner for detangling, but nothing else. With my scalp clean and hair residue-free, nature's best conditioner (sebum) has a chance to distribute through the hair daily. The result is shiny, nourished hair and a normalized scalp -- no more oily scalp with thirsty hair!
10 of 10 people found this helpful.
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