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hannah

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I am not sure about the cleaning properties of apple vinegar. Apart from its acidity, I don't know what else it would be bringing as a benefit.

After rinsing, there shouldn't be anything left of the vinegar anyway.

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I heard that washing your hair with yarrow tea for an extended time will bring back your natural hair color.  A gray haired woman had her cherry blonde hair restored.  Has anyone ever heard of this?  I'm a natural blonde, but getting darker.  Instead of spending money on hilights or lowlights I would rather see what my hair does by itself, but I'm going to have to do them myself for my son's wedding in September.  After that I'm hoping to find a more natural route to lightening it.
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Yarrow tea? Did she sow pictures of before and after?

There have always been people telling stories and now we have the internet to spread the stories.
I think the way it works is that people get paid according to the clicks they get. So if you say" how to restore your hair color naturally" you will get a million clicks from people hoping for magic, and the guy who cheats us fo some attention and time gets money for it. I don't like that.

Yarrow has many active chemicals in it like flavonoids, phenolic acids, coumarins, terpenoids  and sterols but can't see it restoring the activity of melanocytes dormant or dead in the scalp. Our gray hair serum contains antioxidants enzymes and protein repair enzymes, plus a lot of nutrients that may help wake up melanocytes. Less fancy than yarrow but likely more effective.

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