A Review of the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar

Like many Filipinas, I too occasionally suffer from an oily and congested scalp. I’ve never tried clarifying shampoos; I’m afraid they’ll strip my hair too much, but it’s all good because I have my handy-dandy Rinsing Vinegar from Yves Rocher. In this post, I’ll explain what a Rinsing Vinegar is, how I use it, and the effects it has on my hair and scalp.

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A Rinsing Vinegar is a rinse-off solution that helps reduce mineral build-up, repairs hair cuticles, ands adds radiance, softness, and bounce to the lengths of your hair. The Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar is a raspberry vinegar that has hair-smoothing properties and has the power to reduce limescale build-up.

After I shampoo and condition, I pour some of the solution on my head, concentrating mostly on my scalp. It has a tart smell with a hint of berry; I personally like the smell, and I don’t find it irritating or overbearing. I let the solution sit for a while, and then I completely rinse it off. I use the Rinsing Vinegar once a week, and I find that sufficient enough for my hair.

After using this product, I notice that my hair is a lot softer, especially towards the roots. My hair feels a lot lighter, and I do notice a bit more shine. The smell of the Rinsing Vinegar lingers, but in a good way. It’s great for controlling excess oils that the scalp produces.

Overall, I really like the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar. It’s great for people who have oily and congested scalps. The Rinsing Vinegar goes for P495, and I kind of wish it came in a bigger bottle as I find myself using this up quickly (although there is a chance that I overdo it).

Have you tried the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar? Let me know in the comments!


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