A simple, homemade hair rinse.
- 1 liter of water (about 33 oz)
- 2 tbsp of apple cinder vinegar
Don’t worry, the smell fades away as the hair dries. Personally, I use it after every hair wash.
It removes product buildup, makes hair more shiny and silky, prevents split ends and reduces frizz. I love what it does to my hair and I would recommend it to anyone! Even such a simple thing makes a huge difference.
When you wash your face, the pH of skin changes. To help it restore, use a facial toner made of
- 2 tbsp of vinegar
- 4 tbs of water
You can modify the recipe according to the needs of your skin.
It shrinks pores, refreshes and moisturizes the skin, helps to heal acne… A true hero among facial toners.
Add a half cup of vinegar to your bath. It’s antibacterial -helps getting rid of body odor – and anti fungal. If there’s something unwanted on your skin, apple cinder vinegar will surely destroy it!
In the kitchen
Best dressing for fresh fruit salad? Mix a spoon of honey with flax seed oil and add a bit of apple cinder vinegar.
Vegan mayonnaise? Blend 1/2 cup of soy milk with 1 spoon of apple cinder vinegar. Add salt, pepper and a tablespoon of mustard. Blend again, slowly adding 1/3 cup of your favorite unrefined oil (I use canola oil), blend for about 5 minutes and bam! You’ve got mayonnaise!
Hope this helps!