Do you know that apple cider vinegar is one the most useful facial products and can help us in avoiding expensive facial cleansers? Recently, scientists proved that it can be used as the best substitute for cleaner and has these five benefits listed below. Have a look and use vinegar from the present day itself:
1) Prevents and reduces Age Spots
Washing your face with apple cider vinegar on daily basis can help in removing ageing spots with time. Dr Doug Willen strongly recommends using this apple cider vinegar over any other cleanser to reduce all the spots. Basically, this apple cider vinegar consists of alpha hydroxy acids (aka AHA acids) which can penetrate deep within the layers of skin and remove pigment spots.
2) Fights acne, pimples and blemishes
The process of producing apple cider vinegar also produces malic acid which disappears all the acne and pimples from the skin. Researchers have proved that this malic acid can kill bacteria and viruses which helps in achieving a flawless skin.
3) Balances Skin
Dr Karen Hammerman, a New York-based dermatologists states that “If you dilute this apple cider vinegar in water and use this solution 3-4 times a week then it will help in maintaining the skin pH level and can provide a natural balance to your skin i.e. neither too oily or greasy not too dry.
4) Prevents Wrinkles
According to Jodi Friedman, a blogger for The Huffington Post, this apple cider vinegar is also very useful when it comes to reducing wrinkles. For attaining this, one must wash their face with diluted apple cider vinegar on daily basis or should dilute one part of vinegar with six parts of water and can drink it directly.
5) Removes toxins
Washing your skin with diluted apple cider vinegar, regularly can help in reduced toxins and can result in glowing skin.
Apart from the uses of the vinegar there are certain key points which should be kept in mind before its application. These are:
• Never apply pure apple cider vinegar directly on face as it may sting and may cause irritation.
• After diluting it with water, one must test it on their hands as some people may be sensitive towards vinegar.