Benefits of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar

Spot Treatment and much more…

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I was searching the internet one day, when I came across an acne blog.  The girl mentioned Apple Cider Vinegar as a treatment for acne/spots…you know, those horrible big ones you get under the skin that seem to linger for AGES!  I decided to give it a try and I must say it does work.  Keep the Vinegar in the fridge though, I left mine out and it didn’t seem as effective as when I used fresh Vinegar from the fridge.

I soaked a cotton wool pad in the vinegar and left it on the spot for a few minutes, just to really bathe the spot in the vinegar.  If you have very sensitive skin then mix 1 part vinegar with 3 parts filtered water.  I don’t need to because my skin is as tough as old boots!  I noticed that over night the lump had gone down.  It really does work that quickly!  I also drink a couple of teaspoons of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar in water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.  This helps with all sorts of ailments!  For me it helps my skin and stops the pain in my finger where I have some arthritis.  I don’t have any pain since I’ve been taking the vinegar…my mum has the same thing and it’s on her recommendation I decided to try it.

There are so many benefits to taking apple cider vinegar,… including weight loss!  However, I recommend drinking it through a straw so as not to rot your teeth!  I also rinse my mouth out with water afterwards.

 

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Acne & Benzoyl Peroxide 2.5% Gel

Treating Acne with 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel

I made the following video a few years ago to show how I cleared my acne using 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel.  Whilst I wouldn’t recommend long term use of BP, and I say that from experience, it really can get you out of a nasty acne situation quite quickly.  I noticed a huge difference after just 3 weeks.  My skin was less angry, less lumpy and a lot easier to cover with make-up.  It can go a little pink and slightly dry, so you need to build up over a few weeks to the full amount.  Be careful if you have very sensitive skin, you might just want to do a patch test first.  All details can be found at Acne.org

The video has music so you may want to turn your speakers down!

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