Restore and Balance Your Hair Right Now With This!
By now, you have probably heard of the great things apple cider vinegar can do to the body internally. With the amazing anti-fungal and anti-yeast benefits, apple cider vinegar, better known as ACV, has properties that contribute towards supporting the body’s overall immune system.
In fact, a study has demonstrated that the phenomenal kitchen staple has lowered the growth of bacterium like staphylococcus aureus and pseudomonas aeruginosa in the digestive tract. However, ACV is not limited to the magical effort it does to the gut; the formula can do wonders to the crown!
Your scalp naturally has a pH level of about five which is slightly acidic. The acidity level keeps the cuticle layer of your hair closed and flat. This flat and closed characteristic is desirable because the hair is shinier, soft, frizz-less and smoother hair. Plus, its causes less to be dry and easier to retain moisture as it is less likely to tangle.
Most conventional shampoos and other hair products contain a more alkaline pH, at above 7, which tends to disturb the natural scalp acidity. The cuticle layer reacts by opening up and becoming vulnerable to breakage, frizz, drying, and tangling.
Thankfully, you can do something about it to regulate the pH of your scalp and prevent hair issues! Ladies and gentlemen, ACV to the rescue!
Review : Apple Cider Vinegar by Maple Holistics
I tried Maple Holistics Apple Cider Vinegar shampoo and was so thrilled to share my experience about the cleanser. I learned about the benefits of ACV but never tried it on my hair. I thought the smell of the ACV was going to be too overwhelming and will leave my hair dry but I was pleasantly surprised!
I tried the shampoo for a little over a month and noticed that it thoroughly cleaned my scalp by removing the build-up from using my curl products. Even after a blow-out, my hair looks shinier and stronger. It also seemed to have restored the health especially after bleaching my hair months ago! I was concerned about this because my hair was so dried from the chemical usage.
I had my sister tried it and asked if she can volunteer for the following short video on how well this shampoo lathers and rinses. As you can view in both videos, you only need just a little to yield a generous amount of lather-it soaps up well! The smell is amazing- it has a citrusy and earthy smell as it contains rosemary and wild mint essential oils along with sunflower, argan, jojoba and castor oil. All very cleansing and moisturizing for the hair.
Still not convinced? Well, consider the following benefits of ACV and what it can do for your hair:
ACV helps to flatten and close the hair cuticle so your hair is smoother and easier to detangle. While ACV cannot reduce the hair’s natural porosity, it can diminish the effects of high porosity hair. ACV contains essential nutrients that are very nourishing to your hair; this contributes to healthy hair maintenance over time.
Earlier, it was mentioned that ACV has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties, this is important because common ailments like dandruff are caused by underlying bacteria and yeast growth.
Any hair type can benefit from the wonderful ACV as it seems to work synergistically to the natural state of the hair scalp.
If you are looking to add a sulfate-free and paraben-free shampoo that is enriched with healthy ingredients and ACV to your hair care arsenal, I highly recommend Maple Holistics Apple Cider Vinegar! Maple Holistics is not just limited to hair care products but assortment of personal and skin care. What I love about the company is their concern for the environment and their Recycling Program addresses just that! This initiative encourages customers to return their empty bottles to reduce landfill waste- amazing green approaches to restore our ecosystem. I don’t know about you but healthy hair and a healthy Earth home are major wins in my book!