Vinegar Rinse. Mix 1 part white or apple cider vinegar with 4 parts water. To minimize the vinegar smell, I also add lavender, peppermint, and/or rosemary essential oils to the vinegar mixture. I like to mix a big batch of this ahead of time and keep it in a squeeze bottle in the shower.
I read some that mix the vinegar with baking soda. There are so many variations though.
As a Nutritionist, I like to keep my long locks growing and split end free. I don't use for shampoo; but I do use for a rinse after. For less frizz and shinier hair, I apply baking soda to my scalp 1st. Then I mix 1/2 tsp. ACV with 1c H2O and apply. This will stimulate the scalp and increase hair growth; about 3 times /week. On other days, I combine 8 drops of essential oils, like lemon, rosemary, or mint-depending on mood- to 1/2 c ACV in a spray bottle. After washing and rinsing my hair, I spray over my locks, let sit a few, then rinse to give my locks a glow and uplift. It will also keep dandruff or any residue buildup from shampoo at bay!!
Thank you so much, cant wait to try your recommendations. :)
The replies you have all given to me are wonderful. I am truely thankful. My daughter battled cancer for 5 years of chemo and radiation. She is 6 years cancer free this up coming month.
It is unfortunate to report that long term
Treatment left her paralyzed, along with thyroid problems her skin is very sensitive and her hair is very thin.
Thank you for this information for a affordable natural remedy. I will use all ideas. Blessing to all and so thankful!
Just add to your sensitive shampoo.