I have several ACV recipes from my articles over in the Body Care section.
From Exfoliation Basics
You can make your own exfoliating scrubs easily at home; . . . combine 1 pinch salt, 1/2 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar, and a drop or two of essential oil of your choice (Basil is particularly good for this, as it helps cleanse and liven the complexion), then add 1 tsp ground almonds and 1 tsp ground oat flakes. (This proportion is meant for the face; if you want to use it as a full-body scrub, you will need to make more.) Use your fingers to rub this into the skin well, then rinse off.
From Simple Recipes for Blemished Skin
Make a solution of 4 ounces Apple Cider vinegar with 20 drops lavender and 20 drops eucalyptus essential oils. Use 1 teaspoon in about 1-2 cups lukewarm water as a final rinse when cleansing the face.
From How to Tame Dry Hair
An apple cider vinegar final rinse can help dry hair. Use a few drops of essential oil in one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, and add this to about three cups of boiled water. Placed in a bowl, you can allow most of your hair to soak in it, and splash it over the rest with your hand to rinse it just before you get out of the shower.
From Bath and Body Gift Ideas and Recipes
This rinse smells heavenly and is wonderful for your hair, especially weak, dry and/or damaged hair.
16 oz container (I used an old witchazel plastic bottle)
4 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
5 drops Lavender essential oil
5 drops Rose essential oil
5 drops Sandalwood essential oil
3 drops Rosemary essential oil
Combine all ingredients in container and top off with water. Cap bottle and shake thoroughly to mix.
You may wish to include a tag with the following information:
Apply liberally after normal washing routine, let sit for about 3-5 minutes, then rinse.
The key to not getting a 'slimy' or 'sticky' feeling to your hair (it looks perfectly clean, but feels odd to the touch) is to use water as cool as you can take to rinse with, and rinse it WELL.
(I use this recipe myself on a regular basis; it's wonderful.)
I hope some of these are helpful to you all!