Apple Cider Vinegar is a versatile natural remedy and natural home product. It can be infused with herbs to be a natural cold remedy and health tonic, or sipped to relieve heartburn.

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a natural source of B-vitamins, Vitamin C and trace minerals, making it nourishing to skin. Since the skin is the body’s largest organ, it is possible to obtain these nutrients from soaking and to nourish the skin.

Beneficial Acids Vinegar's acidity helps balance the skin's pH, which should be slightly acidic (here's why). It helps restore the skin's pH but has an alkalizing effect internally, aiding digestion.

Soothes Skin Problems ACV can help naturally kill fungus and bacteria on the skin and offers relief for many with eczema and other skin conditions. Vinegar is often recommended for skin problems like eczema, dandruff and dry skin.

Reduce Body Odor Body odor occurs when bacteria mixes with sweat or moisture from the body and thrives in the warm moist environment, especially in places like the underarms.

Once or twice a week, I fill a tub with warm to hot water and add 1-2 cups of apple cider vinegar. I soak for 20-30 minutes, using a washcloth to clean my face and making sure to get my hair wet as well.

– As I mentioned, a tiny dab of ACV can often remedy a zit overnight – I also use a diluted spray of apple cider vinegar (1 tablespoon in 1 cup of water) as a soothing facial toner

– Dab ACV on warts – Rinse hair with 1/4 cup ACV in 1 cup water for shiny hair.