Monday, June 18, 2012

DIY toner for acne-prone skin {my favorite!}

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Updated on June 15, 2015: This blog post was originally published in June 2012. It's been 3 years and I figured it was time to update and edit some of the information since it's been so long and this post has made it's way around the internet! 


I am so excited right now. 
I can't even contain myself.
I have finally found the solution to a problem I had with my skin since the age of 13. 

Pimples.
Yep, zits. Acne. Breakouts. Whatever you want to call them.
It's never been absolutely horrible, thankfully.
It was just annoying. And at the age of 28, embarrassing

I know I should be very thankful that I never had it that bad.

I pretty much always had 1 or 2 though, and of course, it got worse when I'm PMSing or had a random breakout. I had blackheads on my nose and chin & I had tried everything to get rid of them, but they always came back. I've tried it all. Proactiv, Murad, Neutrogena, Clearasil, Clean & Clear, Oxy, Clinique, Olay, Cetaphil, Nature's Cure...I even tried going to the dermatologist and tried some prescriptions for acne. Nothing worked. If anything, my face got worse because it was so irritated and angry at me for putting it through so much.

So. Are you ready to hear my amazing new beauty secret?!

The amazing skincare item is
Apple Cider Vinegar!

7 days later, I have zero pimples, far fewer blackheads, smaller-looking pores, and no more oily skin.

It's a miracle, I'm convinced!!!

So just how does it work? Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is an amazing little product, actually. It has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and it also helps to balance the pH of your skin. Used daily as a toner or astringent it will balance the pH, which will help your skin to function properly...warding off bacteria and shedding dead skin cells at the proper rate so that pores don't become blocked (blackheads!) and the skin remains healthy. Sounds like the perfect solution for a person prone to breakouts, clogged pores, and oily skin, right?

Here's what you do:
  • Get a plastic container to store your magical potion in. It can be any clean, empty plastic bottle with a lid. I found this cute little travel sized spray bottle that works perfectly!
  • Fill the bottle 3/4 of the way full with water. I used tap water, but I'm sure if you want to be all fancy like you could use filtered or bottled water.
  • Fill the bottle the rest of the way (1/4) with ACV. (note: I started off just using regular ACV from the grocery store. Nothing fancy, and it worked like a charm! However, I recently started using organic, raw, unfiltered ACV {affiliate link} and it works great too. I'll leave the choice up to you on whether you go organic or not. Just know, both work!)
  • Close the bottle and give it a little shake & swirl. Then pop the lid open, pour (or spray) a little out onto a cotton pad or cotton ball.
  • After cleansing your face like your normally would, swipe the ACV soaked cotton pad over your entire face, avoiding the eye area and lips. A little burning or tingling may occur, but it's nothing compared to some of the alcohol based astringent or toners I've used. (Another tip: don't use this right after exfoliating!)
  • Let your face dry completely. Then apply your serums, creams, lotions, gels, etc as you normally would.

Every week or two you can bump up the amount of ACV that you're mixing by about 1/4, but make sure to do it gradually. After a few weeks I was just using undiluted ACV, but depending on your skin type and how sensitive you are you may want to stick with a diluted mixture.


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How bad is the smell?

The number 1 question people usually have regarding the ACV toner is the smell. How bad is the smell? Do you have to walk around stinking like vinegar all day? Or a salad? Or an Easter egg? The answer is no. While the smell is less than appetizing while you're applying it, it dissipates in time. By the time I've slathered on all of my serums and creams and whatnot, the smell is gone.

I started seeing results from using ACV after about a week. I had less breakouts, my skin felt smoother, and I was less oily throughout the day. After about a month my skin was completely cleared up. Now it's 3 years later and I'm still using ACV, but I don't have to use it every single day. Now I can use it just about every other day, or as needed (like when I'm PMSing and I know I'm going to get a break out). My skin has never looked better and I almost never have a pimple on my face now- something I would have never been able to say before! (I posted a 2 week update on my skin here, though it's now 3 years old. Feel free to check it out though!)

I know this isn't going to work for everyone out there, but it truly has worked for my horrible skin. I am so much more confident now and I hardly have to wear foundation at all. When I do, I can opt for a lighter version like a BB cream or tinted moisturizer. It's been so freeing having clear skin! And such a confidence booster. Plus, it's so inexpensive compared to other acne treatments! I would suggest that you try it but also read up on some professional skin care reviews from TheDermReview.com. One bottle of apple cider vinegar can last me months. 


Do you have acne-prone skin? Have you ever considered using ACV to treat it? If you have, please let me know in the comments below! I'd love to hear your story.




77 comments:

  1. Alright, you're the second friend who's professed their love of ACV... Now I have to try it! Pregnancy and whatnot didn't do my skin any favors, and I need a solution. I'll be letting you know soon how it's going:)

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  2. Carly Gilman BrenhaugJune 18, 2012 at 4:20 PM

    I use a ACV/water solution as hair conditioner. The science behind it is fuzzy right now (sick+pregnant+kids=lamebrain), but it has something to do with ph levels; meaning ACV + ph levels = WIN. I love it on my hair. It closes the cuticles on each hair strand leaving it insanely smooth. And yes, stinky while applying but NO SMELL once rinsed. I rinse for a minute, maybe?.. Now I'll be trying it as a toner. You could also try a baking soda scrub once a week to gently exfoliate your face (add water to baking soda to make a runny paste and massage over your face avoiding the eye area. rinse with arm water. Done.), but I wouldn't do the ACV toner immediately after. Stingy ouchies.

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  3. Omg I've heard of this too! One of my clients I can't remember who, was doing this too! I even tried to smell her skin and it caught her off guard. I wish I could remember who it was lol! I jut made a bottle of this and put it in my skin. Burned for just one second feels great now. I could drink this stuff. Vinegar yum!

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    1. A lot of people drink it daily! It's supposed to do a ton of great stuff for your body when taken internally. I've never tasted it but the thought of it grosses me out, though I do know some people who say they like it. I saw that they have these gelcap supplements of them...maybe I'll look for some of those at the store tomorrow! That might be easier than drinking the stuff. Did the ACV work for the person you heard about it from?

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    2. In the winter I drink it hot with organic apple juice and some cinnamon. In the summer it's pineapple juice and lime. First thing in the morning!

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  4. I definitely have to try this! Thank you so much for sharing it!

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  5. I have a simple Face Wash & Face Lotion recipe that you can make from ingredients you probably already have at your house. The only thing missing for me was the toner. I'm glad that I found you & this tip. Thanks so much!

    Oh-if you are interested, here's my Face Wash link:
    http://www.potholesandpantyhose.com/2012/02/cheap-organic-face-wash/

    And, here's my Facial Moisturizer link:
    http://www.potholesandpantyhose.com/2012/02/cheap-organic-facial-moisturizer/

    Have a great Wednesday!

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  6. I've been using ACV for the last couple of weeks and I LOVE IT! Amazing how well it works, and it's CHEAP! :)

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  7. I will have to try that~ Thanks for the research and sharing... I am your newest follower from COM hop. Love for you to follow back. Hosting a Mom's Mingle. You are welcome to link up.

    Hope to see you!

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  8. Awesome post!! Thanks for sharing your experience. I've had some great results with ACV and Honey. Check out my post here:
    http://jennsnotsoglamorouslife.blogspot.com/2012/06/food-on-my-face-and-why-ill-never-need.html

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  9. wow this is great.. I'll definately be passing this on to my daughter , who I am sure will share with her friends.. thanks for this super cheap miracle in a bottle.
    I am so happy for you that your skin has cleared and thus you can enjoy life without that concern..

    thanks again
    your newest follower
    Sonny

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    1. Yes! My children will no doubt get my problem skin, so I will be keeping this stocked for the next 20 something years I'm sure! I hope it works for you guys. Keep me updated!

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  10. Awesome!!! I am going to try this. I am thirty years old and have had such a terrible time with breakouts as of late. Going through my teens never a pimple... now I am thirty something year old mom and I am breaking out like a kid. So annoying. Hopefully this helps.

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    1. I hope it works just as well for you! I totally feel you there...28 & still had pimples until about 2 weeks ago! It's amazing how something so seemingly small can have such an effect on you. I feel so much better already. Good luck & let me know how it works!

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  11. You're better off to use organic cider vinegar. especially if consuming it. it's actually different, in that it is still active and producing a mother. it's much better.

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    1. I'm going to try some higher grade, organic ACV next time & see how the results compare!

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  12. This is awesome! I drink a mixture of hot water, ACV, and honey when I have a cold and it always makes me feel better. I've never heard of putting it on your face. Can't wait to try this!

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    1. I haven't tried drinking it yet because I'm afraid of the taste. Let me know how it works on your skin!

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  13. I'm going to try this. At 33 I still get a few pimples here & there and I think vinegar is an absolute miracle product! Thanks for sharing :)

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  14. Are you serious?? Wow. I'm definitely going to share this with a couple friends! Apple cider vinegar is pretty amazing anyway for lots of reasons. This is so good to know! I found your blog via the Mommy's Mingle and am excited to be your newest follower! I'd love for you to follow me back at http://www.two-in-diapers.blogspot.com. :)

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    1. I followed back! Let me know how this works for you!

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  15. This is awesome! I'm heading into the kitchen to try it now! LOL. With my not so fancy tap water and cheap ACV!!! I'm a new follower and would love a follow back!
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    1. Thank you! Hope it works well for you...followed back :)

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  16. OK! So I've been using this for about 2 weeks now, and I see quite an improvement in my skin! I think I need to up the amount of ACV, as I am still breastfeeding, and therefore quite hormonal. While my skin in not yet totally clear, I've seen a HUGE reduction in breakouts, far less blackheads, and my skin is sooo soft! I'll keep up with this treatment, for sure!
    I also take about a tablespoon, straight, after I eat anything other than raw fruit or veg. It helps aid in digestion, helps boost metabolism, and also will help regulate your internal ph. If you've ever dealt with UTI's (or, ahem, issues in the lady parts), this stuff is a Godsend.
    Thanks again for the skin-clearing tips! Next I'll try your mask!

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    1. Yay Azure! I'm so happy for you. Yes! Try upping the ACV amount. I'm at 50% ACV now & it seems to be working PERFECTLY. It's been about 3 weeks now. I have no zits. I could cry I'm so happy, as lame as that might sound. I will use ACV until the day I die!!!! hahaha

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  17. Sounds like we have the exact same skin type. I am absolutely starting this tonight!!

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    1. Hooray! PLEASE let me know how it works for you! I'm interested in knowing and I love hearing when people find that it works!

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  18. I am SO glad I found this on Pinterest! I am 34, and have had breakouts since I was 12. Not horrible, but always at least 4-6 zits at a time. My skin is very oily, and I have tried everything just like you! I have had my dermatologist on speed dial for the cystic pimples that need injections. I didn't have health insurance (now I do), so I was paying $70 for injections for each visit. I've been so desperate to have them go away, I'd pay anything, though.

    I cannot wait to try this remedy ASAP! I just for once in my life want to be able to get ready for work or for a date with my BF, and not have to take an hour to cover up my face. I'm excited to see the results! :)

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  19. I just mixed up my first bottle. I'm at wits-end with my skin!

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  20. I can't wait to try this!!!! Thanks for the detailed post about it, my skin sounds alot like yours and your post has given me the courage to try this out!

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  21. OK. Here's my review of this remedy -- The negative part: I've been using ACV for over a week now. While it has helped with my skin slightly, I still have had breakouts. :( Not terribly huge cystic ones, but still annoying zits that come popping up (no pun intended). Maybe it's just my horrible hormones? The positive part: my skin is smoother, and when I do get breakouts, I've noticed they don't last as long as before.

    Overall, I'm still using ACV as a toner since it's all natural and much cheaper than other products. I just wish I could come up with a fool proof formula that would stop me from breaking out ever again.

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    1. Stick with it & keep it in your daily routine! If in another week your skin is still tolerating it fine bump up the ACV amt. I'm at 50% ACV 50% water now. The first time I was PMSing & had crazy hormones while I used ACV I didn't break out, which was AMAZING. However, I'm now PMSing again & hormonal so I do have a few breakouts. I think there is just no way around this for me, but it has kept it to a minimum. But other than that it has done wonders for me! Stick with it & keep me update! Glad it is helping you though :)

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  22. hiya i started doing this 5 days ago and ....WOW! i'm not sure how it works (drying??) but it does! i always have at least 5 spots on my chin and around my mouth and they have pretty much gone, cant get over that im spot free at the moment for the first time in 20 years (since i was about 13 ;-) long may it last :)))))))))))
    nb. ive been using neat vinegar as i first read this post 3 weeks ago and forgot about the diluting bit! it stings a tiny bit for the first few seconds but thats it. also my husband has not noticed the smell, but then he hasnt even noticed the bottle of vinegar on my dressing table either so...!
    now im going to consider what moisturiser to use, ive never used any as i feel it exacerbates the spots and my skin is already greasy but i will have to look into what there is. do you put it on straight after the vinegar?
    THANK YOU SO MUCH xxx

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  23. great blog:)loved going through!!!!:)loved you idea<3
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  24. sooooo pretty you are! this looks like it's doing the trick :)

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  25. Can't wait to try this and was wondering what face wash do you use before you apply the ACV?

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  26. so i have tried it out only twice now (last night and this morning) i can already see a difference! only thing is that.. the smell is suuuper offensive! i don't wear any face make up or use serums or anything like that. i only use MAC face moisturizer and that doesn't help any to mask the smell. do you think my results will hurt if i leave it on for a little (till my face dries) and then wash it off?

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  27. Could I use Distilled White vinegar instead of Apple vinegar?

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  28. Hi – It’s good to read such interesting stuff on the Internet as I have been able to discover here. I agree with much of what is written here and I’ll be coming back to this website again. Thanks again for posting such great reading material!!

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  29. I am totally going to try this!!!! But for the moisturizer after, can it be a scrub? or should I stick with a moisturizer?

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  30. I too have been using ACV as a toner and it has done wonders for my skin. I just had to comment after reading your line about hormonal breakouts. There is a cure! For me at least.

    Once a month, like clockwork, I would get the worst breakouts on my chin and nose. So after a lot of research I decided to try Cod Liver Oil. Its just a supplement in a pill form - I bought mine in the vitamin section of the grocery store. While it looks like a fish oil capsule it has really high levels of vitamin A and is amazing for your skin- especially hormonal breakouts.

    Nothing has ever changed my skin like cod liver oil has. I know I sound like a spammer probably but I just had to share! The combination of the supplements and the ACV has left me with the best skin of my life!

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    1. I agree, Cod liver oil, or even better, Fermented Cod Liver Oil is excellent for balancing hormones. So is Maca.

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  31. Is it weird to say I love you? I've had the same problem, super oily skin and acne for 11 years! Being 21 and with acne is a huge no-no. 10 years and 11 months is far to long! I will definitely be giving this a try! So thank you in advance!

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  32. You mentioned that you use the ACV as a "toner", so you tone then apply your moisturizers, etc. But what do you do BEFORE the ACV? Do you wash your face and remove your makeup with something else before hand? I'm afraid to wash my face with something, use ACV as my toner, then apply my moisturizer and makeup. I don't want my face to freak out on me anymore than it already is! :(

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  33. Oh, wow! We have nearly the EXACT same skin! Mine is slightly thicker, therefore less sensitive but it is uncanny! My esthetician said the breakouts and blackheads come from our skin being so thick and not getting enough exfoliation, therefore the oil, dead skin and dirt get caught in there and cause acne, sometimes cystic. The ACV works so well because of all the things you said, but it also has a high acidic level which helps get rid of those top layers that would usually get trapped and turn into infections. Sorry, this comment is so long, I just never find anyone with similar skin! Most people in their twenties say their skin is horrible because they may get a tiny zit every month or so. Anyways, I am using straight ACV and it is working very well.

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  34. I started doing this a few weeks ago after reading your blog. LOVE IT! I was spending so much money on drugstore products to clear up my acne and this works SO SO much better. Although, right now, I have two huge breakouts on my face due to pms. But I'm hoping they don't too bad. Thanks!

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  35. how often do you do this? every night? I've been using a mixture of equal parts castor and olive oil as a cleanser (i rub it all over my face and let it sit with a hot washcloth for 30 seconds, then wipe it all off with water) which seems to work well but i'd like to experiment with this too!

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  36. I had the same experience, couldn't believe how well it worked. I not only had pimples constantly (at 25), but a skin rash that doctors had prescribed steroids for but hadn't worked at all, ACV cleared up my skin significantly in the past two weeks. The rash has improved tremendously, and my skin on my face looks soooo much better! Not only way less pimples, but less whiteheads and blackheads, and overall improved appearance, not oily and dry in random patches like usual. I also started taking a tablespoon with a big glass of water in the morning before eating because its supposed to help with acid reflux and other digestive issues, so far it seems like its helped, but still a bit soon to tell.

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  37. Stumbled upon your blog. Wow. Your skin without makeup looks fantastic, I wish I was so lucky! I'm 28 and still struggling with breakouts - will definitely give ACV a try now! Do you use a grocery store brand or one of those fancy organic kinds?

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  38. I just use the generic store brand! It works great & is SUPER cheap, especially when compared to other expensive toners that don't even work on my skin type.

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  39. Your skin looks great! I've only started using ACV around 2 weeks ago and I love the way it makes your skin feel. I'm currently going through a little purging stage though, my PH levels are near perfect and I can't wait to an 'after pic'.

    I've also been drinking it and honestly it works wonders. Love that it's natural as well, I hactually know what is going on my skin now!

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  40. that thing is just amazing, 29 yo ive been dealing with cystic stupid sort of cane for years, and taking ACV with water every morning/night and using it as a toner ( equal part vinegar and chamomille tea ) after two weeks my skin is 99% clear !! my T zone is not oily anymore, im just usin concealer to hide those old zits marks + loose powder and thats it ( old marks remaining ) AND i just had my period and for the first time NO big red zit that hurts and stays here for weeks !!! and its funny cause i tried tea tree oil for a month, but it didnt clear all of my skin problems. ACV is an awesome and cheap remedy that helps to balance your hormones too i really recommand drinking it too ! a tablespoon mixed with a large glass of water, familly and friends wants to do it too now, haha

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  41. have to try this! I have the same thing and looking for a remedy also, btw I just turned 40 and it seems like my zits or acne is worse!

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  42. Great. I was using that before but not for so long, I thnk I loved it. I dont know why I stopped. Now am having breakouts and am taking biotin anyways. I would just go back to using ACV for my cleanser.
    Thanks

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  43. Thanks for posting this, I'll have to try it out on my freckles. I'm 32 and have recently discovered the wonderful benefits of olive oil as a moisturizer. If you're into diy skin care, you might want to try it out, it's also great at reducing breakouts.

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  44. Thanks for sharing such a great information.Am looking forward for your net post.

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  45. Great blog posted here.. Really very interesting.. Thanks for sharing this blog.. skin care

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  46. Great info, I have been using Bragg's organic, it is a bit more expensive..okay, more than a bit. After using cheaper filtered brands I wasn't getting the results I wanted, but the Bragg has actually cleared ALL of my acne and some of the scarring that I have had for years. I just started using a Manuka honey 5+ bioactive a couple of weeks ago as a mask a few times a week and toning with the ACV. It is working wonders! I love it. I don't wear makeup beacause it breaks me out so even more frustrating when I had to walk around with scars and discoloration on my face. Good luck!

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  47. I started this a couple days ago. Hoping just using once a day...at night will work. Don't want the smell during the day. :-) has anyone had luck using once a day?

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  48. Alright dude...I'm seriously so fed up with my skin right now...it goes back and forth between eczema flare up to huge painful zits and it looks like freaking crap all the time. I recently got rid of all my non-working lotions/creams/moisturizers and I'm sticking with the Clinique and Burt's Bee's (mostly BB until I can get this under control). I'm going to mix up some of this tomorrow and hope that it helps. I'm pretty much at wit's end and I'd really love to use something natural because the only other option is go to the doc where they'll either give me steroid ointment (yay - let me thin my skin) or oral steroids (so I can be hormonal and hangry for a week) and then it'll just come back when I stop using them. *sigh* What is your best advice for how many times a day to do this?

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  49. you look much better without the makeup. You're a 10 without makeup but an 8 with.

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  50. Lovin ur log and great skin too! I stop using acv toner and I regret it.. Started having breakout again because I tried using other products which I thought its good since my pimples were already gone :( bad decision. Now im on my 3rd day using acv toner again and im seeing results. Yay!! Im sticking my face to this one. I swear! Good job hun!

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  51. Do you use ACV as a toner twice a day or once a day?

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  52. David- I hope the ACV works for you! I had tried everything under the sun & this is the only thing that has worked for me. I've been using it for over a year now and it's just part of my morning & nightly routine- I rarely, if ever, get a zit anymore!

    You are making sure to dilute the ACV mixture to begin with, right?

    Let me know how this works for you!

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  53. I use it morning and night, but depending on your skin you may only want/need to use it once a day. Everyone is going to be a little different- but I've been using it for over a year now undiluted (after working my way up from diluted) and my skin has never been better! No breakouts, no drying, and it's super soft. ACV has totally transformed my skin.

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  54. Think distillers white vinegar would work? On another note, the burning face mask... Would the recipe keep of I refrigerated it a few days and use the remainder then? Thanks!

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  55. Thanks so much for this and for being real! My skin does my head in! I have a pale complexion that does not tan and freckles instead, so even the lightest red mark shows. I get deep red cystic hormonal acne on my chin and cheeks and NEVER feel confident without make up - not even with my boyfriend! They ALL leave light scars also. I have tried everything - I mean EVERYTHING! Your story sounds like mine, I am going to give this a go! Thanks for the photo with proof - I understand ;)

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  56. Has anyone else noticed this? Its weird and gross, and oddly satisfying, but I've been using a diluted acv toner for a few days, and the blackheads on my nose are, um, squeezable. They have been there forever, and usually, I can try to squeeze them and nothing will happen. They're too deep, but now, the little goo plugs pop right out and the pore sort of vanishes. Its like a layer of yuck has been stripped. Fantastic!

    (By the way- you should never squeeze blackheads on your nose- you can spread infection to your brain, but I did anyway.)

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  57. I agree! Raw unfiltered ACV also has lots of yummy things for your skin.

    Purchase some raw, unfiltered, and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar with the “mother” left in. The mother of vinegar is a cellulose substance made up of the bacteria that cause fermentation. It’s what causes the vinegar to look cloudy or murky, but it’s completely harmless, and has many health benefits. The mother of vinegar is the naturally occurring strand-like enzymes that are only found in raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar.

    To meet this demand of clear, light-colored vinegar sans the brownish, cobweb "mother" is the reason producers distill their vinegar. In distilling, the vinegar is turned to steam by heating, thus destroying the powerful enzymes and evaporating the life-giving minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, natural organic fluorine, silicon, trace minerals and pectin as well as many other powerful nutrients! Distilling also destroys the natural malic and tartaric acids which are important in fighting body toxins and inhibiting unfriendly bacteria.

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  58. You look gorgeous and I love ur eyes.

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  59. I would like to say thank you for sharing this cool article about apple cider vinegar. This is exactly what I need, Thanks a lot. Keep blogging. :)

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