There is a huge variety of shampoos and conditioners in the market today, and many times it is even hard to choose the best one for your hair.
But, did you know that it is possible to make your own natural conditioner?
Besides being cheaper, natural and homemade conditioners are safer for your health and for the environment. Did you know that?
Making your own hair conditioner is a great way to direct treatments to your specific hair type and the best of all: without chemicals or synthetic additives.
The ingredients we will need to make a homemade conditioner are: apple vinegar and water.
But, do you know why to use apple vinegar?
Apple vinegar has a very acid pH, that is, when applied on hair, it helps seal open cuticles, aligning the hair fibers and keeping the hair hydrated.
It also helps fight dandruff and hair loss because of its antifungal properties, ideal to keep the scalp clean and strengthen the roots of your hair.
Did you know that apple vinegar also controls oiliness?
Because of the enzymes it has, and being rich in probiotics, it prevents oiliness by sealing the hair cuticles. Amazing, isn’t it?
And, if that wasn’t enough, apple vinegar is a friend of all blond women. The salt and copper sulfate found in the water give a greenish color to the hair.
Now that you know the benefits of apple vinegar to your hair, see how to make a homemade conditioner!
Now tell us: did you already know this recipe?
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