Don’t Buy Another Shampoo Until You Try This One
We’ve long sung the praises of apple cider vinegar here at Beauty Bets. First there was the revelation that something as simple and natural as a few gulps of ACV (the unfiltered kind) could clear up skin and aid in digestion (ahem)—practically overnight. Then there was this DIY recipe for super shiny hair that still gets gobs of hits. Now I’m a few months into using dpHUE’s ACV hair rinse ($35) and still pinching myself that bouncy hair could be so easy. Swapped for your daily shampoo (trust me), DpHue ACV removes buildup, restores pH balance, locks in color, and gives locks serious gloss. So much more than supermarket ACV, it’s artisanal-sourced and contains moisturizing argan oil plus a hint of lavender extract so you don’t smell like salad dressing. Note: Directions say to condition afterward if desired, and I find that I do for detangling purposes and to head off static. I am super committed to Aveda Invati Thickening Conditioner because it does all that without weighing down my long, fine hair. Who’s in?!
Available at dpHUE, 4944 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-922-0049, and dphue.com