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Beauty Trend | Apple Cider Vinegar

Beauty Trend | Apple Cider Vinegar

Beauty Trend | Apple Cider Vinegar

The all-in-one natural beauty product that you can find in your kitchen! Apple cider vinegar has become the new trending product of the beauty world. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and natural acids ACV can do wonders for your overall health and beauty.

In its raw form, apple cider vinegar alkalises your system (generates acid in your body to level your pH), promotes healthy digestion, encourages the growth of healthy bacteria in the body and aids cellular cleansing. ACV is an antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal agent, helping to treat your hair, skin and face, as well as colds, muscle pains and cholesterol issues. Not only can you drink apple cider vinegar, but you can use it topically too. We recommend using a raw, unfiltered ACV to get the most out of your beauty regime. Try our top tips using ACV to brighten your skin and add gloss to your hair.

Dandruff Treatment

Dandruff is a common hair problem that causes oily, dead skin flakes on your scalp and hair. While we often find dandruff hard to treat, especially during the dry and cooler months, ACV has natural anti-fungal properties to combat and alleviate dandruff. The acidity in ACV changes the pH of your scalp by cleaning clogged pores and hair follicles, making it harder for yeast to grow.

  1. Mix ¼ cup ACV with ¼ cup water in a spray bottle
  2. Spritz the solution directly onto your scalp
  3. Wrap your head in a towel and let it sit for 15 minutes to an hour
  4. Wash your hair as usual

Note: Do this twice a week for best results.

Hair Rinse:

Ever find that after a couple of weeks your shampoo has stopped working? This is due to a product build up on your scalp. ACV contains acetic acid, which, when applied to your scalp, removes excess build-up left from shampoos and styling products. When used regularly in your hair care routine, ACV can detangle, de-frizz and revitalise your hair, leaving it soft, smooth and shiny.

  1. Use ACP as a final rinse through your hair after washing and conditioning.
  2. Leave it on for half an hour
  3. Rinse away

Toner and Acne Treatment:

Brighten, lighten and tighten your skin with ACV. While helping you find the ideal balance between oily and dry skin, ACV can also be used to reduce inflammation, red marks, blemishes and acne. Its antibacterial properties help keep acne under control, while the lactic acids found in ACV help soften, exfoliate and balance the pH of your skin. Use ACV in place of your regular toner to minimise discolouration, age spots, pimples and blemishes.

  1. Drench a cotton wool ball with water and dip it in the ACV
  2. Sweep it lightly over your face and neck, avoiding the eye area

Read more on foods to prevent acne.

Bath Solution:

Rid the toxins from your body while relaxing in a warm bath. ACV draws out unwanted dirt and oil from the body leaving behind toned and moisturised skin.

  1. Add 1-2 capfuls of ACV to your bath
  2. Wait for 10-15 minutes
  3. Wash your body with soap and rinse

Foot Soak:

Complete your at-home pedicure’s with ACV. ACV serves as a dual action foot product as it soothes aching and swollen feet while its antimicrobial properties help disinfect your feet by elimination odour-causing bacteria.

  1. Prepare a foot soak with 1 cup of ACV and 5 cups of warm water
  2. Soak your feet in the solution for 10-25 minutes
  3. Wash your feet thoroughly with soap and water

Note: this treatment works best when used daily for 2-3 weeks.


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