Have you ever heard about the mixture of apple vinegar and honey?
Many people have the habit of ingesting this combination while fasting to have more energy and to improve their general health.
But, did you know that this mixture, besides helping to strengthen our body, is also good for the hair?
Honey and apple vinegar have healing properties and, when combined, their benefits are even stronger.
Honey is rich in mineral salts, amino acids and alpha-hydroxy acids that help seal the porous and brittle hairs.
Using honey on damaged hair can help restore and strengthen them. Besides that, honey is super nutritious and can work as a powerful moisturizer, being able to keep humidity inside the hair, keeping it protected and soft.
Oh, and the benefits of using honey on your hair don’t stop here. It can also work as a natural conditioner since it has strong emollient power. Isn’t it amazing? And, if that wasn’t enough, honey also helps with hair growth.
Apple vinegar, on the other hand, is highly recommended for brittle, porous, or oily hair since it helps to seal it.
Apple vinegar has an acid pH, which helps to close open cuticles and, as a consequence, end the frizz and give more shine to hair. That is fantastic, right?
How to do this natural treatment at home?
Watch the video to learn the recipe!
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