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If you’re like me, you probably didn’t know apple cider vinegar could be used for much other than cooking. But once I breakdown the 7 reasons you should run out and buy apple cider vinegar, it will always be on your grocery list.
Cracked or Dry Heels?
Soak your feet in an apple cider vinegar and warm water can help to relieve cracked heels. Follow up with a pumice stone to help get rid of the dead skin. Make sure to lather your feet up afterwards and moisturize.
Using Apple Cider Vinegar in your bathtub can leave your skin feeling amazingly smooth. Add 8 ounces of ACV to your warm bathwater and soak for 15 minutes. Your skin will be incredibly soft.
Issues with Razor Bumps?
No worries. Due to apple cider vinegar ability to remove dead skin cells, it can assist in exfoliating away the skin that traps ingrown hairs, which prevents and clears up razor bumps.
Add apple cider vinegar to the burn to take the sting away!
Going on a camping trip?
Make sure to pack the ACV. Apply apple cider vinegar to bug bites for instant relief. The acids contained in the vinegar will relieve the itch.
The kitchen counter cleaner is a playground for germs and harmful bacteria. Use ACV as a disinfectant. Apple Cider Vinegar’s acetic acid properties makes it a wonderful disinfectant.
Want to get rid of those pesky fruit flies? Pour a thin layer of apple cider vinegar into a cup and add a drop of dish soap. Leave it out, to trap the flies.
Apple Cider Vinegar may not be the best smelling substance out there. But after reading those 7 reasons why apple cider vinegar should be on your grocery list, it’s worth tolerating the somewhat unpleasant smell.
Leave me a comment, and let me know of any other home remedies containing apple cider vinegar.
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