Vinegar, made from coconuts?! Made by fermenting coconut sap and water for up to a year, this little-known culinary ingredient gives hair gloss, shine and a soft texture. It is also nutrient and amino acid rich - perfect for keeping the hair and skin strong!
Coconut Vinegar has been used for thousands of years in Southeast Asian and Indian countries as a staple cooking ingredient. It can add a touch of sweetness to warm dishes, and is packed full of probiotics that aid the digestive system. It has only started to gain popularity in Western countries over the past few years.
Produced from the sap and water from the coconut flowers and trees, these liquids are left to ferment for 8-12 months where it creates a vinegar with a white, cloudy appearance.
Because the coconut trees are often grown in volcanic soil, the sap is packed full of nutrients such as Vitamins B and C. These vitamins help to protect the skin from UV sun damage through antioxidant properties, and help maintain collagen production for strengthened hair and skin, all while giving you a healthy glow!