ACV rinse

Hello ladies!

I guess I was wondering how exactly one should go about doing an ACV rinse. I probably do one every two weeks as my hair seems to like it but my scalp is a little hesitant to take to it.

It honestly kind of burns when i rinse with ACV. Does anyone else have this problem? how do you typically rinse with ACV?

Thank, ladies :)
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  • mpgirlmpgirl Posts: 1,163Registered Users
    Typing "ACV rinse" in the Google search bar above should give you plenty of hits to read about ACV.

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  • *Angela**Angela* Posts: 251Registered Users
    Here is a recent thread on this topic.
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  • zeldagoblinzeldagoblin Posts: 575Registered Users
    I've never been a big fan of the ACV rinse. It does clarify a little but not enough for me, and like you I do find it stings a little. I actually get much better results doing lemon juice/condish half/half mix, letting it sit, and rinsing out. Almost squeaky clean but with slip, if that makes sense. I have never had stinging skin with it either.
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