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maizy 08-10-2008 11:49 PM

acv in co-wash?
Hi all,
I'm wondering if instead of doing an acv rinse i could put a half teaspoon in with my conditioner when I co-wash once every other week or so? has anyone tried this or is there a good reason it won't work? May be a ridiculously bad idea, but I thought I would throw it out there, cuz this is all new to me and I'm all for making my routine as simple as possible. Thanks in advance for any advice!!

whatsercurl 08-11-2008 05:55 AM

I've never tried it but you can do lemon with conditioner so it might work.

ubar 11-18-2012 08:51 AM

I'm resurrecting this thread in hope of a few more responses :) It has also occurred to me to try mixing some ACV in with a CO wash conditioner because I have dandruff from time to time and don't want to have to use shampoo, especially not a dandruff shampoo! I thought that if the ACV changes the pH of the conditioner it might be more suitable for my scalp.

Has anyone tried this?

LaLaPoP 12-05-2012 05:25 AM

Ive done something like this before except I added brown sugar and baking soda to the mix as well in an attempt to make my own cleansing conditioner. I don't have dandruff so I can't say if it would help with that or not but my hair and scalp were definitely clean after using it and it didn't dry my hair out. hth

ShubhoR 12-05-2012 06:32 AM

I do this. It helps if you are co washing any oil treatment from your hair. My question is can I add a few tbsp of vinegar to my co washing conditioner bottle. Will the conditioner go bad? My conditioner is a bit thick. I like watering it down with a bit of vinegar

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