Not everyone can stomach a shot of sour apple cider vinegar (ACV) but don’t turn your nose away from the popular elixir just yet.
There are many reasons why apple cider vinegar is good for your hair, starting with its antimicrobial properties that help control bacteria that can lead to scalp itchiness.
ACV can also get rid of stubborn product build-up like grease and grime that stick around in your hair wash after wash.
Not only can apple cider vinegar rinse away unwanted dirt in your hair, but it can have a positive effect on your scalp heath. ACV restores balance to support smoothness, strength and shine.
But before you go and soak your hair in a bottle of ACV, know that it is heavily acidic and must be diluted or else it can have an adverse effect and irritate the scalp skin.