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Remove product build up from your hair with vinegar shampoo: Maple Holistics Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo

I've been having a lots of trouble with my hair being terribly frizzy. It's always had a bit of frizziness but has been worse than ever since I started using a product that was supposed to calm the frizz. The product is Framesi Color Lover Progressively Smooth. 
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This product is designed to penetrate the hair and transform it from the inside out. They say the more you use the product, the smoother the hair becomes. Not the case for me. The more I used it, the more unruly my hair became!!! It's quite frustrating and disappointing. I wanted to love this product. Maybe it will work better for you if you want to try it. Some people love it. 

I needed something to remove the product build up from my hair, calm the frizz and get it back to normal asap! I needed a good clarifying shampoo. A clarifying shampoo is a shampoo that is designed to remove excess oil and products that have coated and accumulated in the hair. Maple Holistics Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo was just what my hair needed. 
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Really, I have had fantastic results removing the build up of that Framesi product from my hair and calming it down. My hair has made an amazing recovery from using this shampoo. Look how shiny and smooth it looks!
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This shampoo works so great at cleaning the hair, cleaning the scalp, and adding shine because it contains real apple cider vinegar.

The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar for Hair

🍎It removes product built up from the hair.

🍎The slightly acidic pH of Apple Cider Vinegar helps keep the cuticle of the hair flatter and closed resulting in smoother, shinier, less frizzy hair.

🍎It has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties to keep the scalp healthy and treat dandruff.

This shampoo has many other beneficial ingredients for the hair in addition to Apple Cider Vinegar. Here is the ingredient list.
maple holistics apple cider vinegar shampoo ingredients
Glycerin, Sunflower, argan oil, joboba oil, castor oil, rosemary oil, wild mint oil and botanical keratin are wonderful ingredients for adding shine and conditioning the hair. 

Plus, this rich pearly shampoo has a fresh, clean citrusy smell I just love! It lathers up wonderfully, as well and is safe for color treated hair. I always enjoy a shampoo the creates lots of lather. πŸ’› It just makes me feel like my hair is getting really clean. The bottle I had was used up way too quickly. Apparently, everyone else in my house liked it too. I've got to order more!

A 10 ounce bottle sells for $12.95 on the Maple Holistics site and on my favorite shopping place Amazon. 

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It's always important to use a conditioner after washing your hair especially when using heated styling tools like blow dryers, flat irons and curling irons.

I recommend the Maple Holistics Argan Oil Conditioner. Argon Oil is fabulous for conditioning and smoothing hair. A 10 ounce bottle of the Maple Holistics Argan Oil Conditioner sells for $11.95 on the Maple Holistic site and on Amazon, too.

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Read more tips for conditioning your hair

There's another thing I need to share with you about Maple Holistics. They have an awesome recycling program with a reward for your effort for help save Mother Earth. For every empty six bottles of Maple Holistics products you return to them by mail, you get a free bottle of shampoo or you can have an equivalent value donation made to an environmentally charity. I think that's pretty great! 

Click here to read more about the Maple Holistics Recycling Program.

I thank you for using cruelty free, environmentally friendly products with safe ingredients. We all need to do our part to make the world a better place!


       Have a Beautiful Hair Day! 
xo
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