Sunday, November 3, 2013

Apple Cider Vinegar Promotes New Hair Growth

Apple Cider Vinegar cleanses the scalp and promotes new growth by unblocking hair follicles and stimulating scalp circulation. The acids and enzymes in this treatment may kill the pathogens associated with Alopecia hair loss and irritated scalp and shampoo buildup.
Benefits from using the apple cider vinegar rinse:
Will not interfere with color.  Color safe.
It's Natural/Organic
Encourages healthy hair growth.
Prevents dandruff and scalp itch.
Kills fungus and bacteria & cleans dirty scalp.
Removes build up from hair and scalp.
Dissolves residue
Nutrients nourish follicles.
Unclogs follicles.

Clear vinegar has none of the benefits of raw organic apple cider vinegar. Through its processing and distilling, it’s been stripped of everything beneficial and can be detrimental to your health since it is dead instead of alive.
Only raw organic apple cider vinegar has the “mother of vinegar” that makes the vinegar so beneficial. The “mother” is made up of living nutrients and bacteria. You can actually see it settled in the bottom on the bottle.

How To Use:
Massage your scalp with cool water first, open up the hair follicles, then apply with a spray bottle, 50% apple cider vinegar, and 50% filtered water.......spray all over head, and work into the ends of your hair....allow to set for at least 10 minutes. I also apply cayenne pepper paste to areas that are very thinning, my front hair line has thin, and the cayenne pepper paste act as a heat stimulant. I rinse for about 5 minutes with cool water. The strong smell of vinegar will disappear once your scalp and hair dries. I deep condition twice a week with coconut oil, hot treatments work the best since coconut oil penetrates the hair shaft after a cool rinse.

 Here are a few pictures, one is before I started using the ACV taken in 2009 , I had a severe breakout due to my psoriatic arthritis, my scalp usually breaks out, but not as much anymore.

                                   November 2013 AVC is always with me as my normal hair rinse

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