dpHUE's Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo Is Unlike Anything You've Ever Tried

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Just like crowd-favorite coconut oil, apple cider vinegar's got a seemingly unlimited number of beauty uses, both as a product ingredient and on its own. It can supposedly make your hair even shinier, whiten your teeth, tone your skin, you name it. Now, it's the star ingredient in the buzzy dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo.

If you're still on the hunt for the perfect dry shampoo that doesn't make your hair feel grimy or chalky, this might be your saving grace. Formulated with apple cider vinegar, lavender extract, and dandelion extract, the lightly-scented product successfully absorbs oil without feeling quite as powdery as most other dry shampoos.

This means it leaves your hair feeling truly cleaner, rather than like you've just masked the dirty-ness (because everyone's been there before). So if you already use a handful of products, apple cider vinegar dry shampoo minimizes what you're adding into the mix.

The borderline revolutionary dry shampoo is available now, so there's still time to put it to the sweaty, hot test this summer. You can find it for $23 at Ulta and Sephora (because that's pretty much where all of the amazing beauty products live), as well as on dpHUE's website.

dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo, $23, dpHUE

This isn't the first apple cider vinegar offering that dpHUE has launched, though — among other products the brand also sells an ACV hair rinse and a leave-in treatment.

1. dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse

dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse, $35, dpHUE

This rinse is a gentle, effective alternative to shampoo and conditioner.

2. dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Leave-In Hair Therapy

dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Leave-In Hair Therapy, $30, dpHUE

This leave-in spray promises to de-tangle hair and increase softness.

To learn six other surprising ways you can use apple cider vinegar in your daily life, check out this story on Bustle.