Apple Cider Vinegar works wonders for the hair. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar removes residue buildup from product. You are left with a healthy scalp and shiny hair that shines through.
Using the actual Apple cider vinegar (I get Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar from my local health food store), you would mix 2 tbsp of the vinegar with a cup of water and rinse your hair after shampooing. But if you don’t have time for all the measuring and mixing here’s a product line that you can use straight in the shower.
dpHUE claims the product has color locking technology, detoxifies the scalp and re-balances the pH to the hair and scalp to name a few.
Allure’s Editorial Assistant, Jesa Marie Calaor caught my attention in her article when she described her experience with the product and how it left her hair feeling clean and moisturized after using it the first time. The crystals of Himalayan salts with the added benefit of the apple cider vinegar left her hair soft, moisturized and scalp clean.
New York City dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, describes how it cleans “through physical exfoliation, primarily due to the first ingredient: sea salt. These coarse granules mechanically remove dead skin cells and build up on the scalp. Additional methods of cleaning are from the apple cider vinegar, which is an antimicrobial (and decreases bacteria on the skin), and urea which chemically degrades dead skin cells and helps decrease build up on the scalp.”
The scalp scrub retails for $38.00 on dpHUE’s website. You can also get on other beauty sites or in-store. Also available is the hair rinse, leave in therapy and a shampoo.