Apple Cider Vinegar – The Top 4 Uses of 2014

Apple cider vinegar ranks up there with garlic as one of the most talked about remedies in folk medicine. However, apple cider vinegar is not some folk law. It can be used to treat everything from eczema and rosacea to aiding in digestion and flu prevention. Organic apple cider vinegar is what you want to look for. It contains mother of vinegar, which is responsible for many for giving it that somewhat cloudy appearance. So with all these great ways to benefit, here are our top 4 uses of ACV:

The first is as a hair rinse, mix it with water and apply it to your hair pre shampoo. Not only will it restore vibrancy and bounce to your hair, but do this a couple of times a week and it will prevent split ends.

Apple cider vinegar is also great as a mouth wash gargle after brushing your teeth to help kill plaque and bacteria. You can also use apple cider vinegar pre toothpaste as a tooth whitener.

If you’re looking to improve your beauty routine mix some apple cider vinegar with Atek clay mask, apply the mixture to your skin for 15 minutes to help eliminate blackheads and breakouts.

Lastly, if you spent a little too much time in the sun recently you will be glad to know that apple cider vinegar can be used as an after sun treatment. Simply add ACV to a cold compact press and apply to the burnt area. Not only will this ease your discomfort but it will also help to take out some of that redness.

So these are just a few of the ways that you can make use of organic apple cider vinegar. If you have a use we haven’t mentioned please drop us a comment bellow.

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