The apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apple juice pressed until the natural sugar turns into vinegar, which is very beneficial to wash your face.

Benefits of washing your face with apple cider vinegar

The vinegar that we will use in this treatment is not the refined type vinegar, the raw, organic type, unfiltered, unpasteurized, the one that contains the “mother” of vinegar, which is the cloudy matter that sinks to the bottom of the bottle.

The mother of vinegar, it contains the beneficial enzymes, bacteria, pectin and trace minerals that make apple cider vinegar so good for your face and in general.

Just remember to shake the bottle before each use to distribute the elements. Apple cider vinegar has many external uses, but it is also a great internal help for our body.

Apple cider vinegar helps in the removal of age spots

Apple cider vinegar contains alpha hydroxy acids that are powerful in helping to remove dead skin cells and reveal a fresher, healthier complexion.

Many commercial and expensive facial cleansers claim to have minute amounts of alpha hydroxy acids, but apple cider vinegar is packed with much higher levels, which are alive and ready to revive your skin. The “natural” ingredients in commercial face products are really dead and useless from the moment they are processed and bottled.

How to apply apple cider vinegar

When using apple cider vinegar for age spots on the skin , apply a little of it diluted directly on the spots with a cotton swab (cotton swab) and leave it on for about 20-30 minutes before rinsing once or twice. Do it for about 6 weeks to see if you notice any improvement.

Apple cider vinegar helps in the removal of acne and pimples

  • During the creation of apple cider vinegar, substances such as malic acid are formed, which give the vinegar antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties that help prevent acne and skin infections.
  • The natural goodness of apple cider vinegar also unblocks closed pores and allows the skin to breathe properly, making it very effective in treating acne and pimples.
  • Not only does apple cider vinegar effectively remove excess oil from your skin , it also helps balance pH levels and can prevent your skin from becoming too oily or too dry by balancing sebum production.

How to use apple cider vinegar to cleanse your skin

1. Dilute in water. The apple cider vinegar is something strong, so you should dilute it with water when applied to the entire face, because if you apply it pure can harm the skin. To make your own vinegar toner, mix equal parts apple cider vinegar and water. You can get creative with your solution. Try adding green tea, aloe vera gel, or witch hazel.

After a while when your skin gets used to it, you can gradually increase the concentration of the apple cider vinegar. It depends on the tolerance of the skin. Just make sure to shake it really well before using it, so the water and vinegar mix really well.

2. Before using vinegar all over your face, it is advisable to test it on a small area of ​​your face. Under the chin is a good spot, just in case there is any reaction then not too noticeable.

3. To apply the vinegar to your skin, simply use a cotton swab and gently glide over the skin. To remove makeup, grease and impurities. Be careful not to get it in the eyes. If you are suffering from a pimple breakout, it may sting you. However, this should feel like “good” pain, and not be intolerable.

4. When using vinegar for the first time, after 5 minutes, it is a good idea to rinse with lukewarm water. This is just so your skin isn’t exposed to too much vinegar for your first time. If you don’t get a reaction, then next time you use it, don’t rinse it off, this is how you can build tolerance in your skin. It is best to apply the toner at night as vinegar can increase sensitivity to ultraviolet rays.

5. Do not leave your body exempt from this. Apple cider vinegar isn’t just for your face. If you suffer from back acne, vinegar is wonderful for treating back acne as well. Use a spray bottle to apply it to your back.

6. Use moisturizer after use. To finish off your new apple cider vinegar skincare regimen, you can use a natural chemical-free moisturizer like coconut or jojoba oil, or whatever suits your skin.

Studies verified the use of apple cider vinegar in home treatments for skin problems such as scars, acne scars, and eczema. Due to the great ingredients or microorganisms, it achieved a very positive effect in all applications. Especially with acne, apple cider vinegar seems to have quick benefits in treating it. [¹‚²].

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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