Here is What Happens When You Wash Your Face with Apple Cider Vinegar

Not many people know the fact that apple cider vinegar is very beneficial for the skin. It is pretty cheap, but it contains ingredients which have positive impact on the skin like the much more expensive skin products with similar effects.

It’s the time to replace facial cleaners with apple cider vinegar. It helps in preventing against acne and appearance of aging spots. The Alpha hydroxyl acids found in apple cider vinegar helps in removing the dead skin cells. These acids also can be found in other skin products, but they are much more expesive, and the apple cider vinegar contains them in greater quantity.

Soak a cotton ball in diluted apple cider vinegar if you want to treat age spots. Then apply and leave the cotton ball on the face for 20-30 minutes before you wash the face.

Due to the acidic compound formed during the production of the vinegar which have antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, apple cider vinegar is good in preventing acne and other various skin infections.

To prevent acne from forming apple cider vinegar cleanses the skin pores and balance the pH level so the skin can breathe and acnes are prevented. Also balanced pH means that the skin is not too oily or too dry.

It is very important to mention that apple cider vinegar is very stong product and it’s better to dilute it before using it because it can damage the skin.

Here is how to make simple, fast and effective face cleaner from apple cider vinegar:


  • 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
  • 3 tablespoons of water


Mix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with 3 tablespoons of water in a small container. Firstly wash your face and on a wet skin rub the mixture all over the face with the help of a cotton ball. The best option for preparing this recipe is organic apple cider vinegar because only this type contains minerals, enzymes and bacteria which have positive impact on the skin. Other types will not have the same beneficial, healthy results.

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