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How To Make An Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Treatment

How To Make An Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Treatment

Natural beauty products are known to be more beneficial than the ones filled with chemicals. And if it's homemade, the better. This VideoJug film is an excellent example to that as it shows how to make an apple cider vinegar hair treatment at home. It's hassle free and less money-consuming and all you end up with is shiny hair with a beautiful texture.

Today, I am going to show you how to make an apple cider vinegar hair treatment. Apple cider vinegar on its own would be an absolutely fantastic hair treatment. It closes the cuticles making your hair shinier.

But we are going to make it more special than just using on its own. We are going to be putting it with rose water, which is extremely hydrating and little bit of rosemary essential oil, which adds shine to your hair. So, we are just going to make a combination of these three ingredients.

These two ingredients can be used in any quantity. I am going to do fifty grams in total and I am going to go for thirty, twenty. But I could just as well do to forty, ten or something slightly different as long as that adds up to fifty.

Apple cider vinegar does have quite a strong smell to it. But luckily, the essential oil is going to mask that. So, I have thirty grams of apple cider vinegar and here comes my twenty grams of rose water which smells a lot better than the vinegar.

Now, rosemary, this is quite strong and I wouldn't be able to put that in without some careful measurements. So, I am just going to get a pipette and measure it in. So, into my fifty grams, I want to put around about have a gram, half a mil of rosemary essential oil, which I am going to count in as fifteen drops - instantly a better smell.

I quite like the apple cider vinegar. But it does tend to last a little bit, to linger. Now, I am going to put these into my bottle, put the lid on, give it a good shake, and how I would use that is whenever I have washed and conditioned my hair and rinsed the conditioner out, the very last thing that would go in my hair would be my apple cider vinegar treatment.

Just pour it in my hair. Probably enough there for two or three washes with my length of hair and just leave it. It doesn't need to be rinsed out and that will help close my cuticles, add shine and add a lovely texture to my hair as well.

And that is how you make an apple cider hair treatment. .