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Apple Cider Vinegar for Glowing, Youthful Skin!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Priscilla (Ca) on 01/20/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Apple Cider Vinegar has changed my skin completely. I suffer from adult acne and drinking this daily has transformed my skin. I can't believe I hadnt tried this before


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Mishel (New South Wales) on 11/02/2016
5 out of 5 stars

ORGANIC apple cider vinegar: for facial toner . 1 part to 2 parts filtered water. works better than any other cleanser/ toner I've bought (even ones up to $120) or mixed myself. clears up acne, hives on skin during allergic reactions.

use to treat warts- apply with soaked cotton wool ball dilated but strong as you can handle. I use the toner or I'm feeling brave, 1:1 with water. warts fall off and don't return after two sessions or a cpl days.

great for digestive Complaints

it also clears infected tonsils within a day if you gargle it doesn't 30 secondsat least three times I day- after Meals. helps with gum disease and bad breath.

too many reasons to love it. tonnes more uses. and zEro side effects!! Natural and affordable.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Sara (London) on 04/30/2016 3 posts
5 out of 5 stars

I diluted apple cider vinegar with green tea and took ACV capsules for two days. My post menopausal skin never recovered from chemo. Skin was red spotty and sore. Two day later the improvement is amazing. I just wipe the acv/green tea solution overy my face with a cotton wool pad. Takes seconds makes fantastic changes in no time at all. x


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Kd (Mumbai, India) on 04/22/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Apple cider vinegar is fantastic for the skin...especially internal intake....start with 1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar and 4 tsp water...mix and drink before meals....i do it morning and night...you cannot imagine how much it has helped me..

I've had acne problems for years.. I'm 46 now and until 2 months ago I was struggling to control break outs!!! Since I started this regimen....I don't feel the need to worry about my skin anymore. Though the only thing that's left now is pigmentation which I can already feel is lighter...I'm hoping that goes away!!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Tulip (Symrna, Ga) on 06/30/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Please mix Apple Cider Vinegar with baking soda to make a paste (not tooo thick) and apply it to your face and neck. wash off after 5-10 min (i keep it for 10 min). its for exfoliation. I follow it up with a vitamin C serum and oil free moisturizer. You can use any kind of night serum (i do it before going to bed).

Do this once a day for 3-4 months. There is no instant solution to marks except makeup. Everything takes time.

i did this for 3 months and it helped with my marks and unevenness around chin.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Jane (West Palm Beach) on 04/08/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have been drinking ACV in water twice a day for about a month for allergies. The first thing I noticed was that my skin started glowing. Then the acne prone skin near the corner of my mouth went away. I love this stuff!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Francoise (Los Angeles) on 04/03/2014
5 out of 5 stars

When my skin looks "sad" and needs to be revitalized, I put 3 drops of apple cider vinegar on a clean face and pat it for 30 seconds or so. The next morning, I glow!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Citygirl27 (Richardson, Tx, Usa) on 03/19/2013
5 out of 5 stars

I found a great ACV toner idea on youtube. Instead of plain water mixed with the ACV, use brewed green tea instead. Most people dilute the ACV 50/50 with the water or green tea, and might use 2 parts water or tea to 1 part ACV if you are sensitive to the vinegar. I use organic ACV and organic green tea.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Jessica (Bfe, Ky) on 01/18/2013
5 out of 5 stars

For about two months I have been using baking soda as a body cleanser rather than soap, and as a hair cleanser rather than shampoo. I rinse my hair with diluted Apple Cider Vinegar and then again with water straight from the shower head, sometimes doing a final rinse with distilled water. Since using baking soda as an exfoliant and cleanser on both my body and face, my skin has cleared up a lot, especially my chest, which had been broken out for sometime, due to toxin die off, I suspect. I simply make a paste in my hand by adding a little bit of water to the bs. But today I used the diluted Apple Cider Vinegar that I was about to rinse my hair with to make the paste, rather than just water. My face has felt great all day. On days when I feel like it, I use a mixture I came up with. It consists of baking soda, vco, and a bit of tea tree oil. It cleanses, exfoliates, and moisturizes all at once. I made a mixture of this, minus the baking soda, for my step father, who had a bad red rash on his face. Not sure if it was rosacea, psoriasis, or what... but the Virgin Coconut Oil and tea tree oil returned his face to normal.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Lightawake (Auckland, New Zealand) on 12/27/2012
5 out of 5 stars

hi, i have just been trying out AVC for the dry flaky skin I have been getting around my nose and eyebrows, which has been working wonderfully - I just soak a makeup pad with it and wipe my face all over. Doesnt use much, and I see all the grime it picks up on the pad:) I dont wash my face but then moisturise with a few drops of almond oil infused with lavendar essential oil. The oil scent helps get rid of the vinager smell which is faintly there while the AVC is still moist on the face. for the oil, I use a 25ml dropper bottle.

i tried almond oil after I ran out of the rosehip oil that I had been using previously, which is meant to be really good for skin. But almond oil has been really light and great (i prefer it to the heavier olive oil or coconut oil), and scentless so I can just drop a few drops of whatever essential oil if I want a scent - then use it on my face or legs at night, or as a lovely easy massage oil!

when I asked about moisturising skin, the naturopath at my local health store told me that topical solutions are good, but basically if you want good skin, the best remedy is to have a good diet. She advised me to drink lots more water and make sure my diet was more alkaline. the best but most drastic remedy for beautiful skin was when I stuck to a totally sugarfree raw food diet for about a week (basically salads, pickles, fermented food and nuts; no fruit or sweet veggies such as carrots, beetroot or corn), my skin improved drastically, and everyone commented how fresh and young my skin looked.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Kelsie (Pickering, On, Canada) on 05/23/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, I started using ACV vinegar about 3-4 weeks ago. I was hoping that it would help with allergies, sinus problems, digestive issues, weight loss and if my skin looked a little clearer that would be great too!

I think its too early to tell if the ACV has helped with the allergies, sinus, weight loss etc. But I can say it has absolutely improved my complexion. I didn't have acne problems before, but always looked a little pale. After about 3 days of ACV, my skin looked like it was glowing. I used to get maybe a pimple a week, maybe more around my period. And now I have only had one or 2 in the last month!

Also, if you are having trouble adjusting to the taste, as I did, try 2 tsp. In boiling water with a bit of honey. The hot water tones down the taste drastically, its actually enjoyable, like a hot apple cider, ok not quite, but pretty close ;-)


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Derek (Dublin, Ireland) on 02/24/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I mix two tablespoons of _____s apple cider vinegar (ACV) with a dash of boiling water in a small bowl, using cotton wool I dab it all over my face every other day. This is fantastic for your skin and complextion. Excellent for acne or uneven skin tone, blemishes etc. Also if you ever get shingles use ACV on them, works amazinly well, a little bit stingy, but results are incredible! Much better than any prescribed creams.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Twinkleteacher (Oconomowoc, Wi) on 02/21/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I am sold! I am 31 and have tried everything for my oily, acne-prone skin for over 15 years, including Retin-A, tetracycline, any and all OTC products, Proactive, even Accutane. The easiest, best, healthiest, least expensive, and happiest thing I've ever used was a simple solution of ACV, 1 part ACV to 4 parts water. I came up with this ratio after trying it full strength... that worked for a couple days but then my poor little face turned red! Didn't hurt, just red.

Not gonna lie, it is quite a strong smell and my hubs doesn't like it. So I only use it in the morning so he doesn't have to smell it in bed at night. I shake up my jar, rub it on with a cotton ball, and hop in the shower. I rinse my face after I shampoo my hair and that seems to work well. I've been rubbing a bit on coconut oil in as a moisturizer after showering and that works well, too.

No joke! My skin looks much more even and smooth. My pores truly look smaller. I am still in disbelief. But the VERY BEST PART is after using this for a couple of weeks, I noticed my face is not consistenly a puddle of oil all day long. It doesn't feel dry at all, but the oil is GONE. And those wrinkles that have just started getting a bit deeper across my forehead look less dramatic for sure.

Try it. It will make your skin look happy! And when your skin looks happy, you are happy! And when you are happy, everything is just plain better. Give it a whirl!!!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Ycram (Blacksburg, Virginia, Usa) on 05/07/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I am eager to try Apple Cider Vinegar as a toner. On another note, I have been using almond oil on my face for adult acne. It is not an instantaneous "miracle cure", but it works much better than expensive oils and creams and definitely keeps the acne under control!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Mesem (Toulon, France) on 12/20/2010
5 out of 5 stars

After just 3 days of cider vinegar and honey drink my complexion had taken on a much healthier glow and I felt brighter. Trying to loose weight and can't see any change there. I find it a really nice warm winter drink.



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