Flat irons are more practical than the old-fashioned hot combs and is usually preferable for African American
I have kept apple cider vinegar in my pantry and medicine chest for as long as I can remember. I use it for so many different things my kids think it is a wonder product. I use it for cooking, cleaning and as a remedy for many ailments.
Apple cider vinegar makes a great facial toner and mask. If you or your kids have acne, use it on your face to help. I make a mask out of clay powder mixed with the vinegar. Smear it on your face and let it sit for about 30 minutes. I also use it as a toner after opening my pores with hot water and a cleanser.
I've got extremely thick and kinky curly hair.
I am African American with natural hair and many have told me they don't know how I keep a natural look and how I deal with combing.
Well I've discovered that After shampooing and conditioning and then rinsing with an apple cider vinegar solution, just blot dry your hair and then comb from end to root and you will notice how much easier it is to get the comb to go through without any pain at all.
It is a life saver for all my natural sistahs who complain about combing and who are tender headed like myself. Peace! "
Simply mix 1/3 of a cup (75 ml) of organic apple cider vinegar into a quart (1 liter) of water.
Apply the vinegar rinse after shampooing and then rinse it all out. Watch the tangles comb out free and effortlessly.
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