How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar For Better Hair and Skin
Our vanity is lined with bottles of olive oil and coconut oil for easy access when we get an urge to DIY. Vinegar is the latest kitchen staple we've added to our bathroom beauty stock. Vinegar has a slew of benefits when added to your regular hair and skin care routine. You can use it to clear up dandruff, soothe dry skin, and disinfect your makeup brushes.
Naturally, apple cider vinegar (which is the best choice for topical applications) is an antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. ACV also has alpha-hydroxy acids and acetic acid built in, so it can give your skin a much-need exfoliating treatment while balancing pH. Keep reading to discover 10 uses for vinegar outside of the normal egg-dying, salad-garnishing realm.