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Details For: Apple Cider Vinegar

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Apple Cider Vinegar

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Used for many different hair & beauty formulas. Known as Pyrus Malus. Produced from juice of various berries and/or fruits that is fermented. May also include ingredients such as honey, molasses or various grains such as malt vinegars. Recommended as a final hair rinse to remove shampoo buildup. Also recommended for skin since it is known to close pores, preserve or restore the skin's natural acidity and pH balance. Keeps skin soft & fresh & removes soap film.

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