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7 ways to use apple cider vinegar for healthy hair and glowing skin

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Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has become rather popular in recent years — and not only for its versatility as a cooking agent. Rather, ACV’s fame has come from a solid and growing reputation among beauty bloggers around the world.

Whether you’re drinking it, using it as toner, or detoxing your hair with it, ACV may have a place in your beauty routine.

Give your hair a product detox.

Build-up on your scalp from dirt, natural oils, and daily hair products can have significant effects on the health and shine of your hair. Thankfully, there’s a natural way to detox your hair with ACV.

One method of using ACV hair detox is to create a scalp scrub out of Himalayan salt, ACV, coconut oil, Manuka honey, and a few drops of essential oil, according to HelloGlow. Another alternative is to spray an ACV hair rinse on your hair and help get rid of dandruff and product build up.

Get super soft skin with an ACV bath.

Rumor has it that an ACV bath can do wonders for your skin and it’s all thanks to the vinegar’s incredibly high acidity level. In addition to helping stabilize your skin’s natural pH balance, according to Women’s Health magazine an ACV bath can help ease sunburns, according to Healthline.

Switch out your normal toner for ACV.

I’ve already put this one to the test and can confirm: ACV toner can be a miracle product for skin. In my experience, using this vinegar as a toner (mixed with equal parts water) can smooth your skin and lighten unwanted dark marks and acne scars. While you might not see immediate results, using this concoction once a day, every day will help your skin in the long run.

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