If you’re a fan of using apple cider vinegar as a toner or hair rinse, time for an upgrade. Packed with amino acids and vitamins B and C to detox and refine skin and revitalize hair, Coconut Vinegar is your new multitasking BIY (Blend-It-Yourself) essential.
The fresh juice distilled from this tiny seed restores dry, flaky skin, creating a smooth new finish, while vitamin E defends against environmental stressors like UV light and pollution.
A pH-balancing toner and hair rinse in one.
Fermented from the sap of coconut blossoms (considered the lifeblood of trees that grow in nutrient-rich volcanic soil), Coconut Vinegar is mightier than apple cider vinegar (aka ACV), but milder on skin and hair. Every bottle is hand batched, aged for eight months and kept unpasteurized and raw to keep the vitamins and amino acids as potent as nature intended. It’s perfect for a quick peel to shrink pores and reduce bumps, or as a pH-balancing toner. For hair, splash it on just like you would an ACV rinse to smooth frizz, boost shine and treat dandruff. It can even pinch-hit as deodorant (just don’t apply right after shaving). A new panacea for a new age in beauty.
To use as a toner, infuse a cotton pad with the vinegar and gently swipe it all over your face, starting from the center and moving outward. To revitalize and soothe dry, itchy skin, pour 2 ounces into warm bath water and slip in and relax. For a shine-boosting hair rinse, combine ⅓ cup with 2 cups water. After shampooing, pour the solution all over wet hair and work it through. Rinse out and follow with conditioner if you wish.