Apple Cider Vinegar
contains acetic, lactic, citric, and malic acids.
Acetic Acid: An anti-bacterial and anti-fungal acid typically used to treat the bacteria associated with "swimmers ear". Adverse reactions: stinging and burning. Can help treat acne spots.
Lactic Acid: Used as a gentle exfoliant in skin care, in high concentrations lactic acid can exfoliate through the surface layer (epidermis) and into the pilosebaceous unit (scientific word for zit) ultimately treating your acne. It also promotes cell turnover which can help fade acne scars. Lactic acid is also a humectant which allows your skin to hold moisture.
Citric Acid: An alpha hydroxy acid used in chemical peels. Used to balance the acidity level in your skin promoting regeneration to even skin tone.
Malic Acid: Malic acid improves the appearance of hyper pigmentation by increasing the skin renewal rate and commonly used in skin care products for wrinkle reduction, decreased blemishes, and miniaturization.
PH balancing toner: Fill a small spray bottle with half filtered water half ACV. Spray to freshly washed face.
Dark Spot and Acne Spot Treatment: Using a QTip, apply 100% strength ACV to spot of choice.
Facial Peel: Using soaked cotton pads, apply to freshly washed face. Warning: May burn. Rinse face after two minutes. Moisturize. Do not apply more than once a week.
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