Beauty Secret Vinegar

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Did You Know…

Surprise, surprise! We just found out that apple cider vinegar actually has wonderful skin and hair strengthening properties. We know that you might be cringing at the thought of vinegar, but take it from us, a little bit goes a long way. Because vinegar is acidic, it closes the pores of your skin and makes it extremely shiny. That’s why you should mix vinegar with your body cream.

For shiny, brass-free hair: Most of the time, conditioners and shampoos aren’t rinsed very well, so hair is [left] heavy and not shiny enough,. To avoid this, apply five drops of vinegar (mixed with cold water in a bowl) into the hair and scalp after shampooing, conditioning, and rinsing. But instead of washing it out, leave it in to degunk and debrass your strands.

For a healing bath: Mix a little apple cider vinegar in your bath water to let the anti-inflammatory properties soothe your itchy skin.

For a clean scalp: Apple cider vinegar has natural antifungal properties and therefore can help eliminate a flaky scalp caused by dandruff. Create your own cleansing shampoo by mixing a solution that’s half water, half apple cider vinegar into a spray bottle and apply.

For a clear face: Vinegar balances the pH of the skin and acts as an astringent on oily complexions. Stir up a half-and-half mixture to use as a toner before your daily moisturizing routine.
We were also informed that apple cider vinegar can aid in the healing of bruises and cuts. When applied with a cotton ball over a period of time, it can actually lead to the minimizing of a bruise or scar.

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