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Make your own natural conditioner by using Apple cider vinegar. Its acidity is close to that of natural hair so it can help repair yours if it’s all over the place from using multiple products.
Make your own conditioner by mixing 1/3 of a cup off vinegar into a litre of water. Store in a plastic bottle, in the shower for ready use. Apply the vinegar rinse after shampooing and then rinse it all out. This after shampoo rinse can be used once or twice a week or more often as needed.
Don’t worry about the smell, once your hair dries, the smell is gone.


Posted anonymously, 14th June 2015


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  • Such good ideas! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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  • Yes I have tried this a great way to strip off the laters of chemicals etc .

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  • Thanks for the tip…..I will give it a go.

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  • Yup. It’s great for getting rid of product residue.

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  • Wow I would never have thought of using vinegar as a conditioner. Always think of creamy things for conditioner but I would give it a go

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  • That is so bizarre but awesome. I doubt my husband will try this but I’m keen to give it a go.

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  • I’ve heard this is a nice treatment before but never tried it…might have to now.

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  • Wow, would never have thought! I drink ACV regularly, but didn’t think to use it on my hair.

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  • This sounds great!

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  • just wondered would it alter coloured hair with the acidity??

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  • Wow! Thanks for sharing a cheaper alternative.

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  • Thanks for sharing your cheap and natural conditioner.

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  • Also, splashing it about in the shower will help clean it.


    • Double bonus! Clean hair and shower!



      • Definitely a bonus-cleaning the shower, not a favourite chore! ;)

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  • What a great natural remedy! I am trying to go natural for most body products! thanks

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  • that is an interesting concept. i never thought about making my own shampoo


    • i think that i will give it a go though! we are constantly buying shampoo and it is expensive! plus when i was preggers and doing research, alot of places are saying that some chemicals in the shampoo are not good for unborn babies.

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