I saw an add on google that said that vinegar has been used in thickening hair for decades; is this legit? if not, what are your best suggestions?



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    1. It is good for your hair actually. Apple cider vinegar will balance the pH of your scalp. It will thicken hair and remove dead skin cells so that makes it easier for hair to grow. It will also make it shiny if you use it after shampooing because it gets rid of buildup. It will remove the rust out of hair from the tap water too. Half the vinegar with water in a pan and pour through your hair then rinse.

    2. Vinegar removes scaly build-up and residue from hair shafts and closes the cuticles. Since residue coats the hair causing it to look dull, removing residue gives your hair more shine. By closing the cuticles, the hair slides more easily and there will be fewer tangles. Vinegar has a tonic action that promotes blood circulation in the small capillaries that irrigate the skin. More info here: [external link]

    3. Im not sure i know olive oil thickens it and makes it grow a little faster. I’ve vinegar rinses are good for getting residue off your scalp that shampoo can leave behind. Do this when you’re in the shower (bc it’s kind of messy) take olive oil (the kind for cooking) and massage it into your roots take a towel and put it in hot water wrap it around your head don’t let the water touch it and leave it on until it cools off and this is supposed to make the oil go to the hair shaft and feed the hair follicles making it grow thicker and faster.Hope this helps :D God3 bless :D