Reviews for Herbal Cider Hair Rinse & Clarifier
Average rating: 4 out of 5 hearts
By Kim on July 23, 2013
Softer, shinier hair!
I was very excited to use this hair rinse, as I apply a decent amount of product to my hair daily, which I expect was building up and resulting in residue. I have long, naturally wavy hair that tends to frizz and doesn’t have much shine. After using this product, my hair was noticeably softer and shinier! I can’t stop touching it, as it has not felt this soft in a long time! I will definitely be using this as a weekly hair treatment. And for anyone worried about their hair smelling like vinegar, these was absolutely no residual vinegar smell after rinsing with water. In fact, I thought the product had a lovely smell! The only reason for four stars is that I wish it were a little cheaper considering it’s largely vinegar, but it’s still a pretty good value for the price. Would definitely recommend!
By Maddie on November 6, 2012
The secret to my shiny hair
I just use this once or twice a month to get rid of product build up on my hair. It’s a wonderful clarifier. I used to just make my own with vinegar and lemon etc., but this formulation is really worth buying. Lots of good stuff in there. Very gentle, very effective.
By Kayte on April 5, 2012
Vinegar plus botanicals equals a great product
Cider vinegar rinses have been prescribed as a hair tonic for centuries. I used to just use regular old vinegar off the store shelf for this and it works great. However, I love the additional benefits of the ingredients in this product – chamomile, green tea, rosemary, calendula… it just takes things to a whole other level. I’m a bit of a product girl, so a weekly clarifying rinse is a necessary step to rid my head of dull residue and to make my color-treated hair soft and shiny.
By California on July 24, 2011
This hair rinse is decent. I normally use hair rinse to help untangle my hair in the shower; this one didn’t help too much with that but it did leave my hair feeling somewhat softer. What disturbed me was the fact that they use sodium benzoate as a preservative. Sodium benzoate is a naturally occurring preservative in some fruits. However, when it’s chemically created and combined with Vitamin C it creates benzene which is a known carcinogen. Now I see no Vitamin C in the ingredients but don’t lemon and lime have Vitamin C?