Baking soda/acv

esmeraldaesmeralda Registered Users Posts: 187
Are you supposed to do an ACVrinse after rinsing with baking soda??(to close the cuticle)
I had great results with BS, but a little dry even though I used conditioner afterwards.
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  • lushaholiclushaholic Registered Users Posts: 2,180
    The baking soda can be very drying, which is why I don't use it anymore. I've personally never done an ACV rinse after using baking soda, I just do ACV rinses on their own without any extra cleansing. But who knows, maybe it will work for you? If you want to just close the cuticle, just rinse with cold water.
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  • mariposamariposa Registered Users Posts: 177
    esmeralda wrote:
    Are you supposed to do an ACVrinse after rinsing with baking soda??(to close the cuticle)
    I had great results with BS, but a little dry even though I used conditioner afterwards.

    personally i wouldn't use the BS w-out ACV - the vinegar will balance out the pH of your hair..... otherwise it will probably be dry and unbalanced
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  • EilonwyEilonwy Registered Users Posts: 12,391 Curl Connoisseur
    Just don't put them on at the same time--you'll have "exploding" science fair hair!

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