I haven't used citric acid in a while, but I think curlyserf got it right 1/4 t to 1 c water.

Forgot to add, that those are the only citric rinses that I know. I often wonder if it's necessary, if your products have a pH of 4.5?? They go on your hair and should restore pH shouldn't they??
Originally Posted by kathymack
I've been using Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap lately, and I heard that you had to use an acidic rinse after that, too. I don't think all soap bars are made with Castile Soap, but I've tried skipping my vinegar rinse after I wash my hair, and nothing has happened. It's no frizzier than it normally is! Since I've been ditching my ACV rinse lately (not so much because I'm lazy, but because I always get into the shower and forget to measure it all out beforehand! ), and nothing happened, I've come to the conclusion that it's not necessary. Maybe Kathy is onto something with the products and their pH's restoring the proper balance (although I'm no scientist!).
Type 2c/3a with lots of hair and a super sensitive scalp! Med/slightly coarse texture, low porosity and elasticity.

Low poo: Organix TTM, Essential Wholesale Free & Clean
Stylers: EcoStylers, GF Curl Shaping Gel, Aussie Aussome Volume Mousse & Instant Freeze Gel, GFPC, LALNC, La Bella Lots of Curls, Apricot Oil, KMFUM, AO B5DG
Extras: sugar scrubs, AVG washes, pre-poos with EVCO, oiling scalp before washes, plopping, gelatin PT.
Mod-CG since 12/1/10!