|had a look... on Dec 06, 2007 @ 04:59 pm|
i checked out the article and it's what i assumed...vinegar is really harsh to the skin.i dnt think for everyday use but maybe it does work for burns (as one person mentioned).i can just picture me screaming if i had to use that b/c i have such sensitive skn
Ali de Bold
|Toner? on Dec 06, 2007 @ 11:14 pm|
I've heard before that this can be used as a toner but would be interested to know if anyone has and had good results. My skin is everything: oily, sensitive, somewhat acne prone, combination, etc. According to this article that is not true. Interesting post. I'd be interested to hear other's experience.
|ooo.... on Dec 09, 2007 @ 10:44 am|
I had never heard of this, I am interested to see what Scents has to say about it as well as others...
|Weight loss tool on Jan 08, 2008 @ 06:56 am|
I have heard you can use apple cider vinegar for weight loss. If you mix in 1 tblsp with a tall glass of water, drink 20 mins before a meal, it makes you feel full and you don't eat as much. Never heard of other benefits... not sure I would put vinegar on my face!
Scents Of Peace
|I haven't forgotten you guys ;-) on Apr 14, 2008 @ 02:12 am|
I need to re-read the article to see their perspective to respond best - BUT - test an area below your neckline to see if you have any irritation before using on your face. If it is too harsh (not likely), just dilute with purified water.
Just be sure you use APPLE CIDER and not white vinegar. You want to preserve your youth - not pickle yourself - lol ! The best kind to look for is the vinegar that has the "mother" settled on the bottom . . . it looks like fuzz . . . that's a good thing in this situation ;-)
I will be back with recipes . . .
|Eh on May 27, 2008 @ 10:16 pm|
I tried it both internally and externally (diluted in water) for acne. It didn't do anything for me, but reading reviews on acne.org, it seems to have worked for a lot of people.