Apple Cider Vinegar: Kitchen Cupboard Beauty Tips

Apple cider vinegar has been the wise woman’s health and beauty ally for centuries. Now science tells us that it promotes blood circulation in the small blood capillaries that irrigate the skin. It is also antiseptic, combating yeasts, viruses and bacteria that can cause infection.

Apple cider vinegar is rich in alpha-hydroxy acids, helping to dissolve fatty deposits on the skin’s surface and reducing scaly conditions, promoting a softer, smoother appearance. This miracle fluid also regulates the pH of the skin.

You won’t believe how many ways apple cider vinegar can be used to promote healthier skin and hair! Find out some of the couldn’t-be-simpler ways to put it to work for you, below:

1. Hair rinse: Apple cider vinegar gets rid of residue build-up on hair, leaving it soft and shiny. Mix 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar with 1 quart water and use as a final rinse after shampooing.

2. Stain remover: If your hands are stained from chopping berries, dab some straight apple cider vinegar on the stains and they’ll disappear like magic.

3. Tired, swollen hands or feet: Rub a little apple cider vinegar on tired, sore, or swollen hands or feet and feel the soothing difference.

4. Overnight facial: Get rid of blemishes and make your skin more youthful by patting apple cider vinegar on your face before bed. You’ll have softer, smoother skin in the morning!

5. Sunburn bath: If you’ve been singed by the sun, find soothing relief by adding a cupful of apple cider vinegar to your bath and soaking for 10 minutes.

6. Topical skin burns: Apply ice-cold apple cider vinegar to prevent blistering.

7. Lightening age spots: Dab areas with straight apple cider vinegar and leave on overnight.

8. Dandruff fighter: Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar to 3 parts warm water to balance scalp pH and control dandruff. You can also apply undiluted vinegar to the scalp. Allow it to penetrate, then shampoo with a mild shampoo.

By Cait Johnson, Assistant Producer, Care2 Healthy Living Channels.


Leia P.
Leia P.4 years ago


Nimue Pendragon
Nimue Michelle P4 years ago

I knew this. Thanks.

Sonia Minwer-Barakat Requ

Good tips,thanks for sharing

Little Angel
K. A.4 years ago

good investment!

Jonathan Harper
Jonathan Harper4 years ago


Karen Martinez
Karen Martinez4 years ago

Will have to try the age-spot remedy. Been noticing some spots on my hands...From where did those come?

Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Valuable materials to be utilised

Terry V.
Terry V4 years ago


N M.
N M4 years ago

Finding this very interesting.

Djuana N.
Djuana N4 years ago

Very informative article. I use Braggs Apple Cider vinegar diluted as an eye wash to dissolve my cataract.