Apple Cider Vinegar For Dandruff

Friday, December 5, 2008 0 Comments

Few years ago, I had a dry flaky scalp even after I wash it with shampoo and conditioner. Then, I started searching online and found out that apple cider vinegar reduce dandruff. There were so many people also suggest vinegar.

Instructions:
1. Wash your hair with a mild, pH-balanced shampoo. You don't need to use a dandruff shampoo because the apple cider vinegar naturally restores your scalp's pH and gradually does away with your dandruff problem.

2. Mix together two parts apple cider vinegar and one part warm water. Add a few drops of scalp-friendly essential oils like lavender, lemongrass or rosemary for additional dandruff treatment, and to make your hair more fragrant than vinegar.

3. Pour the mixture directly over clean hair or put it in a spritz bottle and spray it on your scalp. Massage lightly and let the cider mixture dry on your hair. You don't have to rinse it out, but you can if the smell bothers you.

4. Treat stubborn dandruff with a stronger mixture, such as a one to one ratio of cider to water, or with straight apple cider vinegar. Apply it to your hair and let the vinegar penetrate your scalp for 15 minutes. Wash the cider out with a mild, pH-balanced shampoo.

5. Repeat the apple cider vinegar treatment at least once a week for best results.

I found these useful tips on eHow.com

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