It was the summer of 2014, we were in the lucky position to have a car with a roof tent to travel for a few weeks and decided to go on a road trip to Greece. From the moment we reached the Mediterranean, I went swimming every day, rinsing my hair with tap water in the evening, and only after they were no longer combable thanks to my curls I washed them with the shampoo and conditioner I used at that time (of course without silicones, with plenty of organic certificates plastered on the bottles) and was horrified when they where dry. I had an impressive mob on my head! It was this moment that made me think: How can it be that my hair is so dissatisfied with the neatly selected products I use? Aren't there any other ways to take care of them than taking along two massive bottles of liquid (which also are quite heavy) to travel? I started to read up on the topic on the internet and after a few unfortunate attempts, I have been using hair soap for washing my hair for over a year now and supplement it with an acid rinse made from natural apple vinegar and water. This rinse works like a conditioner, makes the hair shiny and easy to comb.