Apple cider vinegar and Acne – Beat your spots the natural way

apple cider vinegar to treat acne

apple cider vinegar to treat acne

When you think of conventional spot treatments, you think of branded products from companies from around the world, but what if there was a cure for acne in your kitchen cupboard and you never knew it? Well, over the last decade there has been growing evidence to suggest that apple cider vinegar could not only prevent acne but also be used to treat and cure severe cases.

This ancient liquid has been found in Egyptian urns dating as far back as 3000 BC where it was used to treat cure and health many health conditions. It is still widely used in today’s world with all major health stores and even some super markets now stocking raw unfiltered ACV.

When using apple cider vinegar to treat acne it’s generally advised the best method is to drink 3 table spoons of apple cider vinegar mixed in an 8oz glass of water twice a day.

In no time the apple cider vinegar will work wonder with your skin. As well as drinking apple cider vinegar it also can be use as a great natural facial toner. To do this just mix a 50/50 acv and water solution and add a squirt of lemon juice. You can apply this to your face using a cotton pad making sure you cover all effected areas.

One thing that you must remember when buying apple cider vinegar is that there are a lot of cheap imitations. Make sure the bottle you buy says it is raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar containing mother and this is the stuff that gives you all the great health benefits.

With in a matter of weeks of starting your apple cider vinegar routine you will defiantly be able to see and feel the difference.

So what are you waiting for go buy a bottle and get started today.

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