For shiny, brass-free hair: Most of the time, conditioners and shampoos aren’t rinsed very well, so hair is [left] heavy and not shiny enough,. To avoid this, apply five drops of vinegar (mixed with cold water in a bowl) into the hair and scalp after shampooing, conditioning, and rinsing. But instead of washing it out, leave it in to degunk and debrass your strands.
For a healing bath: Mix a little apple cider vinegar in your bath water to let the anti-inflammatory properties soothe your itchy skin.
For a clean scalp: Apple cider vinegar has natural antifungal properties and therefore can help eliminate a flaky scalp caused by dandruff. Create your own cleansing shampoo by mixing a solution that’s half water, half apple cider vinegar into a spray bottle and apply.
For a clear face: Vinegar balances the pH of the skin and acts as an astringent on oily complexions. Stir up a half-and-half mixture to use as a toner before your daily moisturizing routine.
We were also informed that apple cider vinegar can aid in the healing of bruises and cuts. When applied with a cotton ball over a period of time, it can actually lead to the minimizing of a bruise or scar.
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