3 Products You Can Replace With Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar is about to become your best friend, if it hasn't already. Apple Cider Vinegar can be used in a variety of ways and it is very effective. The smell is not so pleasant but that is only at first.
Here are a few basic ways you can easily use this powerful agent:
FACIAL TONER. When I tried apple cider vinegar as a facial toner I was surprised at how effective and fast it worked. Though I have incorporated other facial toners in my routine now, I always go back to using apple cider vinegar for certain occasions. If you have an oily skin that is prone to breakouts - you will love the results! It can be diluted, or simply use a tiny amount on a cotton pad and use to clean areas that need attention. I recommend that it be used at night to avoid direct sunlight after application.
HAIR CLEANSER. I recently tried using apple cider vinegar before shampooing and the results were so amazing. My hair felt significantly cleaner, soft and so shiny. Because natural shampoos avoid harsh chemicals you may need need to wash your hair more often and your hair may get greasy quicker. I use apple cider vinegar on my hair once a week or once every two weeks. It keeps hair clean, healthy and shiny - naturally!
FRUIT AND VEGGIE WASH. Do you wash your fruits and veggies? Some of us just rinse our fruits and veggies trusting our distributors a bit too much. To ensure that your produce is clean and ready to eat, dilute a capful of apple cider vinegar in a large bowl of water and let your fruits and veggies soak for a few minutes and rinse again. If you are sensitive to the the taste or smell of ACV, I highly recommend the Thieves Fruit & Veggie soak - amazing!
There are so many ways to use apple cider vinegar that you can find all over the internet, but these three basic ways will be a good start.