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Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is different from White Vinegar due to some of the nutrients it has.  Apple Cider Vinegar can darken light hair which is why we offer a White Vinegar base too.  With consistent use of vinegar, the need for sulfate based shampoos becomes unnecessary.  Also vingar is not damaging to hair when diluted with water.  Here are some additional properties Apple Cider Vinegar has: rich in enzymes and potassium can enhance highlights in dark hair and red hair helps with dry scalp makes hair shinier due to smoothing of hair cuticles Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Orange

Oh no it’s acid again!  No I’m not putting straight orange juice in my products.  Don’t worry.  Orange is actually really good in your hair not just in your body.  Here are a couple of other perks of using orange: can cleanse the scalp high in vitamin C (of course) balances oil production on your scalp conditions scalp and hair enhances natural highlights Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Lemon

Before you go on a tangent about how unhealthy and stripping lemon is for your hair look at it’s attributes.  Oh and in case you were wondering, lemon juice is not just being squeezed into our products.  I use these products too, and lemon juice and my eyes do not agree.  So here are the rest of lemon’s winning characteristics: removes buildup from hair and scalp treats smelly scalp prevents hair damage strengthens roots balances oil production on scalp softens hair can lighten hair can treat dandruff rich in vitamin    B    C    phosphorus promotes hair growth Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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