Make Apple Cider Vinegar as Your Beauty Must-Have

Taking care of your skin has been pretty much everyone’s top priority (yep, that also meant men are so into beauty too!) and no doubt beauty market is a big one. Apart from using the usual commercially-produced skin care products, more people are gearing towards the natural approach as part of their beauty treatment, for example using apple cider vinegar. Why the growing trend? Possibly due to growing awareness and the people are more health- conscious than ever. Plus, using naturelle ingredients is not as complicated as you might think as most of the main ingredients can be found right inside your own pantry (convenient, eh?). And unless the ingredients that you need come from exotic-sounding country, it’s widely and cheaply available so you don’t have to worry if the supply runs out. So what are the benefits using apple cider vinegar for your skin? It’s no secret that apple cider can help you to slim you down (I’m using this beauty tip myself), thanks to the high acetic acid content to melt off the fat as well as preventing your body to store more fat. All you need to do is to drink a glass of lukewarm water mixed with a spoonful of the vinegar daily (you can add a bit of honey to sweeten it) and see the fat disappearing in a couple of weeks! You will also find that apple cider vinegar have a lot of beneficial effects for your hair. Simply dilute two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with a cup of water and use it as an after rinse. Let it sit for few minutes and you can rinse it off if you not really fond of the smell. This tip is particularly useful if you frequently use a lot of hairstyling products to clean the scalp and remove oil and product buildup. And even if your hair is perfectly fine, you can also use the beauty tip to have a softer, more manageable, and shiny hair as the vinegar works to seal hair cuticles. Besides your hair, your skin can also benefit from using the vinegar as it’s anti-inflammatory and slightly acidic. Simply dip a bit of cotton ball into the vinegar and dab it directly on the acne and blackheads to kills off the bacteria that causes these marks for good.  If your skin is sensitive, I recommend diluting it to half...
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