Last Updated on August 12, 2021 by MyGh.Online
Are you tired of scratching your hair because of dandruff? Don’t think too far, apple cider vinegar can fight off dandruff.
Apple cider vinegar is gotten from fermented apple juice.
It is made by crushing apples and squeezing out the juice and letting it ferment for three-six weeks. Fermented apple juice then turns into acetic acid, known as vinegar.
Although, you do not have to make it yourself, you can buy it in the supermarket.
Research has shown that apple cider vinegar reduces dandruff by balancing the PH level of your scalp, shedding dead skin cells and reducing fungus from growing in your hair and scalp.
How to use apple cider vinegar
- Mix it with your shampoo
- Mix it into your hair oil
How to wash your hair with apple cider vinegar
To wash your hair with apple cider vinegar
- Pour one to three tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in warm water
- After your hair is washed with shampoo, pour apple cider vinegar on your hair
- Massage it into your scalp
- Wait for a few minutes and rinse it out
Apple cider vinegar might give off an unpleasant smell, so you might want to use some essential oils like coconut or tea tree oil to hide the smell.