I’ll never forget this exuberant teenager marveling about our apple cider vinegar hair rinse.

“Omgod” she exclaimed, “I bought your apple cider vinegar hair rinse because I loved the parsley, rosemary and sage…sounds like the song. My boyfriend recommended it! You hinted that I could also use it on my face, so I did and it like, TOTALLY, got rid of my acne. It’s a miracle. And I use the emu neem soap too. My skin loves you guys.”

Such infectious joy. Clear skin does elicit smiles. And you don’t need to look far, nor pay a lot to achieve better skin. Our apple cider vinegar (ACV) rinse helps both the hair and the skin. It exfoliates, absorbs excess oils, unplugs blocked pores and restores the skin’s PH balance.  We made a delightful blend.

 ‘Thyme’ to consider why we added Parsley, Rosemary and Sage to our apple cider vinegar.
(Thank you, Beatles)

The Parsley
On the skin: The Vitamin C and K helps produce collagen, keeping the skin younger looking, reducing fine lines and helps lessen under eye dark circles.   
On the hair:  Helps clean and disinfect the scalp, is a great hair loss controller.

The Rosemary
On the skin: An amazing soother. As an  anti-inflammatory  it reduces redness, puffiness, helps with psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis. 
On the hair: Reduces itchy, dry scalp. Helps promote healthy hair growth and makes the hair shine! 

The Sage
On the skin: Amazing on acne, athlete’s foot and chapped skin.
On the hair: Helps prevent loss, makes it shine, stimulates growth

You can see now why we decided to add these amazing nutrients to our apple cider vinegar.  Alone, ACV is good, but with the addition of these herbs, you now have a gourmet meal for the hair, the scalp, the skin.

Not only should you use it on hair and scalp several times a week, after shampooing with one of our shampoo/soap bars, but you should also use it on the skin.

Easy in the shower to squirt and massage into the hair, on the face too, eyes closed of course.  If my eczema is acting up due to whatever (are we suffering stress these days?) I will apply the rinse to the culpable area. You can also use your own pure apple cider vinegar in a bath if you really want to luxuriate the entire body.  It would be a rather expensive bath to add our bottle of rinse, so if wanting a vinegar bath, buy organic acv and add a cup or so to your bathwater.  

Save our Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse  for hair and specific skin issues. You won’t regret it. It’s like  'An apple a day…' !