Post # 1
Has anyone used apple cider vinegar to restore their scalp’s pH balance? I am a victim of self over processing and I am severly paying the price now. Any tips on how you’re supposed to use it? I was thinking to pour it on and put a shower cap on to retain the heat but I’m not sure how long for.
Help. Help meee.
Post # 3
@Peaceoutboyscout: I haven’t used it for that purpose, but I know a lot of websites recommend doing an apple cider vinegar rinse after conditioning?
Post # 4
@Peaceoutboyscout: I just used this for the first time last weekend. I just mixed a quarter cup apple cider vinegar and 1 cup water and poured it over my hair after shampooing. Mix it in and wait 5 minutes and then rinse out. No need to use conditioner. I don’t know anything about pH balance but my hair and scalp felt GREAT! It was tangle free and super clean feeling and soft and even my hair color was brighter. I think my hard water probably dulled it. Anyway, it was amazing and I will definitely do this at least once a week from now on!
Post # 5
We use apple cider vinegar for our dog’s coat. We pour it over her food and it helps reduce her flaky skin. I’m not sure how you would do it for a human..
Post # 6
I’ve used it as a rinse (after diluting). Sometimes it’s helped my scalp, other times I think I’ve made it worse. I haven’t dyed or permed my hair before.
Post # 7
I love using apple cider vinegar for my hair AND my skin. Sometimes I take a bath with just water and 2 or 3 cups of vinegar, and I dunk my head to rinse my hair with it. It’s amazing, afterwards my skin and hair feel so soft and healthy.
Post # 8
@Cory_loves_this_girl: We do the same thing for our dog to help reduce him getting hot spots.
Haven’t ever used it on myself but I have heard it is good.
Post # 9
I think I’ll try using it as a rinse in the shower. Thank you for you help ladies!