Why Apple Cider Vinegar Is So Good For Your Hair

Why Apple Cider Vinegar Is So Good For Your Hair

If you're not using  apple cider vinegar in your haircare routine, it's time to up your game. Apple cider vinegar has long been praised for its countless health benefits, but recently it's been trending in the beauty space.
If you're anything like us, you've been seeing many of your favorite, perfect-haired celeb's utilizing apple cider vinegar in their hair regimens; but, did you know this trend originated in  ancient Egypt? The iconic beauty symbol and Egyptian ruler, Cleopatra,  was known to use Apple Cider Vinegar as a clarifying beauty tonic (if it's good enough for a pharaoh is a must have for us)!

Some of the many apple cider vinegar benefits include: balances hair and scalp PH levels, promotes shine, good substitute for shampoo, makes hair smoother and easier to detangle, helps volume and curl definition and stimulates growth. 

Check out two of our favorite Found apple cider vinegar products below!   

Found's Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Mask

Discover Found Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Mask

The found apple cider vinegar hair mask is a pre-conditioning hair mask that purifies hair and scalp while replenishing essential moisture. The Apple Cider Vinegar-based formula gently clarifies hair, leaving it softer and visibly smoother. The mask works well with all hair types!  

To achieve the best results from the mask, apply it to wet hair focusing on mainly on your roots and scalp. Then, add a small amount of water to gently lather. Leave the mask on for 5-8 minutes, rinse thoroughly and follow with conditioner.

For best results, use 1-2 times a week as a clarifying treatment, in place of shampoo! 

Found's Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse

 Found's Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse

The Apple Cider Vinegar hair rinse  helps clarify hair and scalp while promoting softness and maintaining shine. This in-shower rinse removes impurities and excess buildup, leaving hair smooth and silky without added heat!
For smoother locks within minutes, wet scalp and hair, then use the rinse's needle and leave on for 1 minute.  Massage the product into hair and rise thoroughly with cool water. 

Follow with conditioner if needed, which can vary between uses. You can use the rinse 1-2 times a week or as needed depending on product buildup.

Let us know what you think of this miracle ingredient once you integrate it in your own hair routine!  

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