Apple Cider Vinegar For Dandruff, Itchy Scalp and Hair Loss Treatment

Apple Cider Vinegar For Dandruff, Itchy Scalp and Hair Loss Treatment

This video is about apple cider vinegar for
dandruff, itchy scalp and hair loss treatment. Welcome to Healthier Life Tips. Please subscribe
below and click the bell icon. There are no doubt many hair loss treatments
out there to choose from. However the best ones for fighting thin hair are usually those
that work naturally. If you can naturally regrow your hair then you will never have
a need for using those expensive treatments that often cause more harm than good. Apple cider vinegar is one of the most unique
substances on the planet for treating alopecia. Just what makes this natural product work
so well? First of all it serves three uses for your hair. It is a conditioner, a germ
killer as well as a cleaning agent. It also works to balance out the pH levels in your
hair and scalp. Your hair is naturally on the acidic side
with a pH level between 4.5 and 5.5. Apple cider vinegar has a pH level of 2.9 which
is very close to that of your hair. When you compare that to what’s found in many of the
shampoos, hair sprays and hair color that we all use today, you’ll see a big difference.
These products are usually packed with alkaline and other chemicals that can strip your hair
out. What you can do that will help boost hair
growth is right after shampooing your hair, rinse your hair with a mix of apple cider
vinegar and water. This will not only wash away oils and various other debris that many
haircare products leave behind, but it will nourish your follicles as well. It wouldn’t
hurt to keep a jar of apple cider vinegar mixed with water by your shower for a quick
treatment whenever you shampoo your hair. While apple cider vinegar certainly works
well on its own, it can work even better when you add various herbs to it. For example chamomile,
lavender, sage, horsetail, marigold, parsley and witch hazel all can be mixed with this
natural substance for a very powerful herbal hair rinse. Many of these herbs such as sage,
lavender and chamomile are known for their abilities to enhance the growth of your hair
as well. We have more content coming up in a few seconds,
but I just wanted to encourage you to like, comment and subscribe if you are finding this
video helpful. Oh and don’t forget to click the bell icon. Not only is apple cider vinegar
great for hair loss, it’s also known to be effective for dandruff too. An old folk remedy, apple cider vinegar has
been used for centuries as a dandruff cure. Here I’ll show you a quick method to make
your own at home. The dandruff is caused by yeasts like Malassezia
Globosa or Pityrosporum Ovale that like the oil-secreting glands around hair follicles.
These yeast fungi feed on the oil (sebum) secreted from the glands and clog the pores
on your scalp. Some people are sensitive to that yeast, and it irritates their skin, which
tries to get rid of the fungus by flaking, resulting in dandruff. Apple cider vinegar will kill off the fungus
and help restore the proper acid/alkaline balance of the scalp. It will also add a great
shine to your hair. To use the apple cider vinegar dandruff cure
properly, try following the recipe below: Wash your hair with a mild, pH-balanced shampoo.
You don’t need to use a dandruff shampoo because the apple cider vinegar will gradually get
rid of the dandruff problem. Mix together two parts apple cider vinegar
and one part warm water. Adding a few drops of essential oils such as lavender or rosemary
will help to cleanse the scalp further and add a fragrance to your hair. (Always remember
to patch test oils for allergies, and always consult your doctor if you are pregnant).
Pour the mixture directly over clean hair or put it in a bottle and spray onto your
scalp. Massage it in and let the mixture dry on your hair. No need to rinse it out (unless
the smell bothers you). For more stubborn dandruff, try a stronger
mixture, such as a one-to-one ratio of vinegar to water. You could even try using the vinegar
undiluted and applying it directly to the scalp. Leave it on for about 15 minutes and
then wash the cider out with a mild, pH-balanced shampoo.
You’ll get the best results if you use raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to treat your
dandruff. Lemon juice may also be used instead of apple cider vinegar. It is the acid in these remedies that helps
bring the scalp back into chemical balance. So, the apple cider vinegar dandruff cure
is a great little home remedy to get rid of dandruff, and it’s easier on your skin than
many off-the-shelf shampoos.

1 Comment

  • Healthier Life Tips says:

    Have you tried this solution for dandruff and hair loss? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you or not.

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