Quick and Natural Hair Growth With Apple Cider Vinegar and Rosemary - A Must Watch Video





This is one of the most popular tricks to promote faster hair growth, using rosemary and apple cider vinegar.

If you value the health and beauty of your hair, you'll enjoy this recipe.

It's made up of rosemary and apple cider vinegar: two very powerful ingredients not only for capillary treatments, but for your whole body. It's called a natural, restoring conditioner, because that's what it does: restores shine, prevents hair loss, stimulates growth, and fights dandruff. It's astringent, anti fungal, anti-inflammatory, and has disinfecting properties.



In order to make this recipe you will need:

30 milliliters (2 tbsp) of apple cider vinegar (organic, if possible);
3 tbsp of rosemary (fresh or dry).

Instructions and Application:

Put the vinegar and rosemary in a bowl.

Let them sit for 20 minutes.

Wash your hair well while the mixture sits.

Only use shampoo. Conditioner won't be necessary.

Rinse and dry well.

After the 20 minutes, strain the mixture and pour the rosemary and vinegar in another bowl.

Using a cotton ball, apply the mixture all over your scalp.

When you're done applying it, massage your scalp with both hands, making circular motions with your fingers.

After massaging well, let the conditioner react for 10 minutes.

After that time, wash your hair with your favorite shampoo and conditioner, and rinse well to completely remove the rosemary and apple cider vinegar. Repeat this process one to two times a week.

You can also put a little on your eyebrows and eyelashes, wait 10 minutes and rinse it off.

Before using this product, rub some on your arm to see if you have an allergic reaction. If you do, stop using it.

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