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$0.13/oz really isn’t that great of a price. I can buy Suave Naturals for $0.05/oz or even TRESemme for $0.11/oz. They aren’t all natural or organic, but if you’re just looking for cost savings, you’ll need to find some really inexpensive vinegar.

If you think those are your best options then you should buy them. Everyone should make their own choices.

PATRICIA BELL says

I recently read that Suave is very toxic.

Emily says

I have tried Suave Naturals and it left a really gross film on my hair that felt like wax.

Laura says

I developed a weird itchy, flaky rash all over my scalp after using Suave Naturals.

Joy says

it’s not about product per ounce. it’s about HEALTH and QUALITY per ounce. You end up paying for those toxic ingredients in your health care insurance.

Agreed.

It really isn’t .13 per ounce. Probably more like .013 per ounce. Consider you are only adding 1 tbsp of vinegar to the water. I don’t about you, but I can buy ACV for 3 or 4 dollars a gallon depending where I get it.

Heather says

I’ve been using plain ol’ white vinegar for the last year or so, and it has also worked well.

Susie says

Interesting, I use vinegar as a rinse once in awhile because I like how it makes my hair feel. I was diluting by half, I will dilute more for cost saving. I too use white vinegar. It’s super cheap.

Jenni says

Wow – you guys rock! I have been searching for a natural shampoo and conditioner that was easy to make and here it is!! I cannot wait to try them out! Thanks a lot ;)

@Heather and Susie – good advice ladies, we’ll have to give white vinegar a go, it’s definitely a lot cheaper!

@Jenni – you rock! :)

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