Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)
People are using it as their detox secret, their house hold cleaner and now their shampoo. Believe me, I was curious too, I decided too look deeper into this age old secret. ACV was used in ancient times to gently remove impurities from your hair and scalp, without stripping the natural oils. It has been added into diets and detoxes and we cant get enough.
Justin Anderson; the Lead colorist and creator of DP Hue a color care product line, took ACV out of our drinks and put it into our weekly hair routine. The critics couldn't be more in love with his DP Hue ACV rinse. So I decided to go buy it and try it. It retailed for 35$, I was super excited to try it out, and if all went well I would look into more of their products. The science behind this miracle treatment is the low PH of the ACV. It brings your hair back to its natural PH which sits at a 5.5 to make it nice and healthy after color treatments.
I took to the shower, it said to use it in place of my shampoo and conditioner. Here goes nothing, I parted my hair in various sections around my head and squirted the products at my root area. It felt cold, but really refreshing, it said to rub it into my scalp and through the ends and leave on for 2-3 minutes before rinsing. I thought it would have smelled more like vinegar but it didn't at all. It has essential oils in it to mask the smell and it was really nice. When I rinsed my hair and blowdried it I used no product to see how my hair was and it was cleaner and shiny then ever. Definitely a clean feel with lots of volume without using a shampoo, I was sold! I will be using this in my hair once a week.
DP Hues ACV rinse is Vegan, Gulten Free and sulfate Free.
Apple Cider Vinegar, Argan Oil, Fire Tulip, Lavender Extract, Aloe Vera