Too much static

by Sonja

French translation

I really like the way the ACV makes my hair silky smooth and tangle-free.

My only problem is that after using it, my hair is full of static cling.

I'm not sure what to do about that, but I'm going to keep using the ACV rinses because I can really see a difference in the texture and shine of my baby-fine hair.

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Feb 24, 2011
Help with Static
by: Anonymous

I've been using Baking soda/water mix to "clean" my hair and acv to "condition" and it works wonderfully. I agree the hair is almost "too clean!" and it gets light and full of static.

I also only do this once a week and let the natural oils in my hair coat the shaft and it's really healthy.

To combat the initial static/dryness I rub in some baby oil (not much!) diluted with water to the ends mostly. I try to stay away from the roots because they will take care of themselves. Don't use too much or you'll have to rinse it out :) I have also used a mixture of Olive Oil and authentic Sandalwood oil and this works just as well. If you have a good sandalwood oil (Not from Australia) it will cover the scent of the olive oil.

For dry skin I also use the olive oil/sandalwood mixture, especially my cuticles. I have also used baby oil on my entire body and it's wonderful and cheap and super gentle :)

Hope that helps! and don't use too much, I have really long hair so I use a bit more but no more than a couple drops diluted in water is sufficient :)

Aug 23, 2010
hair static and ACV
by: Anonymous

I use ACV too with my last rinse after shampooing. I agree that it gives body and shine to my fine hair.

To prevent static, apply a little bit of conditoner just at the ends (about 2 inches from the tips) of the hair and rinse.
That takes care of that. : )

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