Apple cider vinegar has benefits that extend passed the kitchen table crossing over internal into external use. By now you’ve read about benefits of Apple Cider vinegar?
If not, take relief in knowing I’m here for you like a refreshing glass of water after a jaunt to the door to retrieve your amazon package!
Vinegar assist in killing harmful bacteria but has its traditional use in disinfection and house cleaning, a smell I recall vividly growing up. As an adult I often used Vinegar for cooking in my catering business. The most interesting use is for Type 2 diabetes by insulin resistance or an ability to produce insulin.
Vinegar also lowers blood sugar levels after meals. Ahh, the fact that vinegar helps in losing weight and reducing belly fat is music to my ears since I need food to survive and weight loss is challenging as hell as I’ve gotten older. I get that it’s not a miracle, exercise and a proper diet will always matter but in a few months a modest 3 pounds can be lost.
And there's proof of its ability to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells.
With all the large and small benefits that vinegar provide a still almost virtually unknown benefit is the use of vinegar on the surface of the skin to help with acne. It’s remarkable how an acne facials with extractions combined with Apple cider vinegar skin clears up quickly in two weeks with daily and nightly use.
Through my practice I’ve seen with proven constancy clearer tighter skin with fewer breakouts reappearing.
A quicker turn around than I’ve witnessed with acne designed products.
It makes me happy to advice teens to use Apple Cider vinegar to combat oily acne skin over medications and because of the tremendous confidence builder, teens actually stick with using it morning and night.