5 Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Improves Your Skin

Learn how this age-old ingredient can breathe new life into your skin.

5 Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Improves Your Skin

By Reina Berger

We've all heard of apple cider vinegar, but many of us don't realize how much it can benefit our beauty routines. Often associated with weight loss, blood sugar, and fat burning, this ancient pantry staple packs a major punch in the skin department. Here are five ways it does just that—prepare to take notes!


Bug Bites

Bug Bites

If you’re scratching an itchy and swollen bug bite like no tomorrow, you need to apply some apple cider vinegar to the irritated area. The acid will nix the itch and help your bite heal faster and become reduced in size. Just make sure to do a 50/50 mix of water and vinegar before you apply.

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