I understand that you’ve tried lots of hair care treatment to help you cleanse and remove hose stubborn dandruff and its getting you crazy when nothing happens (yeah I know the feeling).
That uncomfortable itchiness, those white flaky substance that keeps on falling onto your shoulder (it would be cool if it’s a snow!) but it not cool at all.
And you’ve tried many anti-dandruff shampoos and hair care in-a-bottle available over-the-counter, and I understand that some of you even undergone extensive treatment that yeah cost you a fortune.
But still nothing happens… right?
What only happen is that you got yourself broke.
But don’t you know that the best hair care solution for that stubborn dandruff is just lying around your Momma’s kitchen? And that even those crazily thick dandruff can be removed easily, and using a natural way.
And ladies, this doesn’t or even will never cost you an arm and leg to buy it.
Allow me to share you what my good Momma have taught me for years.
Ohh yeah it really works, and thanks for my Momma for sharing this secret!
Datu Puti Vinegar is made of sugar cane, and it is all natural. Most home have this in their kitchen because this is a household brand.
PS. This Datu Puti Vinegar is only available in the Philippines (and some neighbor country in Asia) and also the CHEAPEST, but YOU CAN USE only vinegar brands available near you. Sugar Cane Vinegar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Vinegar, etc...
So how can Datu Puti vinegar can help to remove your dandruff.
Simply pour a part of vinegar and dilute it with water. I use ½ cup of vinegar and dilute it with 1 cup of water.
In my case I let it sit up to an hour, depends on how much you don’t mind the slight hurting sensation on your scalp. But I assure you, that feeling is nothing compared to waxing.
Vinegar is a natural acid, so it understandable that it feels a bit hurting on scalp. Don’t worry it will never make you baldy, LOL
So while waiting, I got this video clip just to annoy you how much awesome this solution is:
After that, you can wash your hair thoroughly to remove the vinegar.
Towel dry your hair, and blow dry. You’ll see how much your hair looks so healthy ala-hair salon treatment.
Actually after washing conditioner is optional. You will see how much your hair becomes softer and smoother, though sometimes it might smell a bit sour but that’s okay. It will be gone after 2nd washing.
Just be careful not to irritate your eyes. A vinegar is a vinegar and you already know how irritating it is in your eyes.
You can also use other types of vinegar: either coconut vinegar, apple cider, or whatever.
I opt for Datu Puti vinegar coz it’s always available in our kitchen, plus very affordable.
Have you tried the vinegar as your go-to haircare? How’s your experiences? Share it here!