Get Rid of Dandruff With Apple Cider Vinegar

The beautiful Mother Nature has been bestowing us with simple yet effective natural solutions to countless ailments since the beginning of time. One of these gifts from nature that has been proven to treat and remedy skin and hair problems can be found at the comfort of your kitchen. Say hello to the good old Apple Cider Vinegar.

Apple Cider Vinegar (or ACV) works wonders in treating dandruff. It has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that gently remove those flaky dead skin cells and hair product residues on the scalp, hair strand and hair follicles caused by a bacteria called “bottle bacillus.” Most commercially produced shampoos and conditioners have silica and polymer – ingredients that aggravates the bottle bacillus bacteria on the scalp resulting to hair follicles getting clogged. Clogged hair follicles produces small bumps on the scalp coated with crusty particles that are itchy and are sometimes accompanied with inflammation. Applying ACV all over the hair and scalp will solve this problem when done right.
What You Need To Know About Synthetic Silica and Polymers?

Synthetic silica and polymers are usually populates most shampoos and conditioners at drugstore shelves. These ingredients aid hair products to have a desirable slip and richness in their formulas so that they will spread better. The disadvantage is the way they coat the scalp and hair with impurities which results many different kinds of irritations like dandruff and head pimples or acne.

There are shampoos and conditioners that contain SLS or SLES (sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium lauryl ether sulfate) and ALS or ALES (ammonium lauryl sulfate and ammonium lauryl ether sulfate). These ingredients effectively removes the residues brought by Synthetic Silica and Polymers, however, they can leave the hair and scalp very dry. Include ACV in your hair care routine to prevent hair nasties from occurring.

Preparation 1: Saturate the hair and scalp with undiluted raw apple cider vinegar.Babassu Amla Shampoo Bar

  1. Get ½ cup of raw apple cider vinegar and massage it all over the hair and scalp. Leave it on for 30 minutes and then wash with lukewarm water. This will remove all the impurities left behind by silica and polymer based shampoo and conditioners.
  2. Lather your hair with Anita Grant’s Babassu shampoo bar. It will remove the astringency of ACV on your hair and will also remove deep seated toxins from the hair shaft.

Preparation 2: Use diluted raw apple cider vinegar mixture as final rinse to hair and scalp. Aloe Rose Oil Free Hair Spritz

  1. Combine 1 part ACV with 3 parts water.
  2. Use this mixture to pour on hair and scalp then rinse it off using warm water. Add a couple of drops of Anita Grant Aloe Rose Oil to remove the pungent scent of ACV from the hair.

Additional Tips:Raspberry Rhassoul Deep Condish

Using Anita Grant’s Rhassoul Deep Condishes at least once a month to clarify the scalp and hair. It will also help in lowering the chances of recurring dandruff.

Improve the overall health of your skin and hair with nature’s finest ingredients. Visit Anita Grant for more information about pure, raw, natural and organic beauty products.

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