But Apple Cider Vinegar? I had a few friends experiment with it in college, you know, but never tried it myself until recently.
Not only does it do wonders for your hair, but it's pretty darn good for your insides as well. Let's see what Krista, the Second Floor Flat in-house Beauty Expert, has to say:
Product Name: Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar
Price: $4.65 for 32oz
What's It For? I use it as a conditioning rinse after I shampoo my hair.
Level of Difficulty (ie how difficult is it for the average bear to use): The important part is to mix it with water in a bottle for an easy application. I use a 3oz spray bottle and mix 20z of water with 1oz of ACV. I am sure there are many other ratios to use, but 2:1 works for me.
Will it change my life? It might change your hair, but it will surely help your wallet considering all the dough we spend on conditioner over the years.
Additional comments: I find this makes my hair super soft, and it supposedly balances out the PH of the scalp. And don't be scared of the smell, I find it goes away as soon as my hair is dry!
That's the word from the natural beauty aisle, folks. What are your favorite not-so-obvious beauty remedies?