Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment for Dandruff

34 User Reviews

5 star (25) 
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Posted by Anne (USA)
5 out of 5 stars

I have dark hair which is very oily. I use apple cider vinegar as a hair rinse, it helps to dissolve buildup, which results in much shinier hair. It has also been very beneficial for my dandruff.

Replied by Baskar
(Singapore, Singapore)
10/01/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, Apple cider vinegar has a good effect. I tried ACV and tea tree oil as advised. I tried this treatment for 3 days. I put a little amount (20ml) to a container and dip the cotton balls and massage to scalp, i applied all over scalp, massage gently up to 10min, and leave it for about an hour and rinse with mild baby shampoo,then i applied tea tree oil generously through out the scalp and left it over night..After 3 days of application,i checked my scalp, to my surprise the dandruff is 75% gone, but then on the 3rd day of application i found lots of dandruff flakes/white patches peeling off from the scalp... 4th day morning i found the dandruff is 75% gone... Is the peeling of white patches considered normal or dangerous? I still have 25% dandruff, Can i continue ACV and tea tree oil process till the dandruff disappears 100%? please reply...


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Donna (Aspen, CO)
5 out of 5 stars

Well, apple cider vinegar cured my dandruff!! And, it makes sense that it works on skin leisons as that's what dandruff is, small pimples that ooze grease.



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