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Old 10-30-2012, 09:22 AM   #11
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Exactly - it removed the build up. Although that was a strong concentration - much higher than what it typically would be for a hair solution.

As far as using it all of the time and as the cleanser - I'm not sure about how the acidity of it might mess with the ph balance of your scalp, if at all. That being said, I have read of people doing this very thing and they are quite happy with the results.

I use ACV on occasion but as a rinse after a bs wash. (And yes, white vinegar can be used instead, but the ACV has antibacterial and anti fungal properties I don't think the other type has.)
Oh, apple cigar vinegar....right. Yeah, I used plain white vinegar. So what's the concentration (parts per vinegar) that's recommended or do you pour it on soaking wet hair and then rinse rather quickly?

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