Hair can get weighed down from shampoo and hair products. As the face benefits from a mask every now and then, the hair can benefit from a rinse. Take a few minutes to make a vinegar rinse to clean away the residue and leave the hair beautifully soft.
Things needed for the rinse:
- Raw Apple Cider Vinegar with “mother” (Raw vinegar has the naturally occurring bacteria, nutrients, and living enzymes that are naturally beneficial. It will look cloudy.)
- 8 ounces of room temperature water
- Squeeze Bottle (I made my own using a plastic water bottle. Hammer a nail in the lid to make a hole or two. Remove nail.)
With a tablespoon, measure 1/2 – 4 tablespoons of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar and add to bottle. (Experimentation may be needed for exact vinegar needed for each individual. Dry hair types tend to use less vinegar than oily hair types. Start at 1/2 – 1 Tablespoon. Can use up to 4 tablespoons.) I found that 1 tablespoon worked fine for my hair type.
Next, add 8 ounces room temperature water. Shake gently to mix. Over a wash tub, bend head over and squirt the vinegar rinse over hair while rubbing and massaging it into hair. Use the whole bottle. Rinse head with water and shampoo and dry hair as normal.
This rinse really made my hair feel soft and clean. Totally loved the feel. Would recommend using this rinse maybe once a week or once every other week.