Ever wondered just how good apple cider vinegar benefits for your skin and hair?
There are numerous suggestions on line as to what dilutions of apple cider vinegar to water should be used, ranging from using it from 1:1 to a 1:5 ratio. Be aware of the pH balance!
An important fact is that apple cider vinegar is strongly acidic. Your skin has a delicate pH balance of around 5.5, which can be easily disrupted, particularly through skincare. That is why all of Pure and Simple’s organic skincare is pH balanced to skin!
We decided at Pure and Simple that we wanted to research and find out once and for all how much apple cider vinegar should be diluted by to work the best with your skins natural pH and
The most important beauty benefit of apple cider vinegar is its ability to restore your skin’s pH. Your skin is covered by a protective layer called the acid mantle which has a pH of 4.5 – 5.5. This delicate mantle can be disturbed simply by water (pH 7) as well as some shampoos and soaps. A damaged acid mantle allows in bacteria, pollution and leads to moisture loss and free radical damage. So by re-balancing your skin’s pH with a gently acidic toner after cleansing, you can help prevent a lot of skin problems from rashes to dry skin and breakouts.
Pure and Simple Hair and Skincare has a balanced pH of 4.5 and 4.9 and is save to use for all kinds of skin types.
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR FACE TONER – PROTECTING FOR ALL SKIN TYPES
Always proceed with care – patch test a bit of the toner on your skin before applying to your whole face:
- Step 1: Apply the toner to your skin using a cotton ball or pad.
- Step 2: Leave it on for a couple of minutes, then rinse it off with cool water.
- Step 3: Repeat once a day.