Don't keep apple cider vinegar locked in your kitchen closet. Take it out to solve the most difficult of your beauty concerns. It is such a versatile ingredient that it can be used to treat your skin, hair, and dental problems. This multipurpose magical liquid is a complete personal skin care package.
Here are a few ways you can use it to make your beauty routine for girls more effective…
- Apple cider vinegar for waxing bumps
- Apple cider vinegar for hair
- Apple cider vinegar for face
- Apple cider vinegar for teeth
Apple cider vinegar for waxing bumps
Mix apple cider vinegar and water in a bowl. Apply this mixture onto the waxed portion of your skin. Let it stay on for 10 to 15 minutes. Let it dry and then wash it off with lukewarm water. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar will soothe your skin from the post-waxing irritation and heal the damaged hair follicles.
Apple cider vinegar for hair
Apple cider vinegar is very effective in improving the volume of your hair and reducing dandruff. The acetic acid concentration acts roughly on dandruff removing it completely. It also improves the texture of your hair and reduces frizzy hair. The overall action of apple cider vinegar helps in reducing hair fall by keeping your hair follicles nourished.
Apple cider vinegar for face
When you are going through a breakout or having major redness from the heat and humidity, apple cider vinegar is a quick and effective way to calm your skin after a long day outside in the sun. Mix apple cider vinegar with water. To dilute the concentration of acetic acid in apple cider vinegar add half a cup of water to it. Apply this lotion using a cotton ball, onto the acne prone areas. You might feel a tingling or burning sensation due to the presence of acetic acid.
Apple cider vinegar for teeth
You can make a mouthwash out of apple cider to treat your oral problems. Mix few spoons of apple cider vinegar in a bowl of water and swish around the mouth for about one minute. The acidic content in this mouthwash will help remove plaque and stains and can even improve your overall oral health.
Written by Shravani Chavan on Sep 15, 2018