One of the most common signs of aging is dull and pigmented skin. Cleansing your face is not just a basic cleaning step, but it also has the ability to rejuvenate the skin and reduce signs of aging. You can add this ingredient to your cleansing routine to improve the flaws of your skin.
Add a few drops of vinegar to your face wash water
Benefits of washing your face with white vinegar/apple cider vinegar:
– Vinegar helps brighten the skin and reduce the appearance of dark spots
– Vinegar helps rejuvenate the skin due to its abundance of hydroxy acids
– Vinegar helps maintain the natural smoothness of the skin by balancing the pH level and cleaning the pores
– Vinegar helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines on the skin
– Using vinegar to wash your face helps refresh the skin
– Vinegar also has antiseptic properties and reduces sunburn
– The compounds in rice vinegar, when applied to the surface of the skin for a long time, will fade dark spots
Vinegar contains natural organic acids that can balance and regulate the pH on the skin. When the skin is cleansed with diluted white vinegar, it quickly returns to a white and smooth state.
The main ingredient in vinegar is natural organic acid, which has very high antibacterial properties and provides good protection for the skin. Vinegar contains glycerin, succinic acid, sugars, and some salts, all of which are beneficial for the skin.
Using vinegar mixed in water to wash your face can help the skin absorb important nutrients, making the skin soft and supple.
How to do it:
– Clean your face with makeup remover and face cleanser as usual
– Add 2 – 3 drops of white vinegar/apple cider vinegar to a bowl of water
* Method 1: Dip your face into the water for about 3 seconds so that the nutrients in the vinegar penetrate the skin
* Method 2: Use the mixture of vinegar water to gently massage the face, then leave it on for about 10 minutes and rinse your face with water
– On the days you wash your face with the mixture of water and vinegar, you should choose mild and gentle skincare products, avoiding strong substances such as retinol, AHA/BHA…
– For those with sensitive skin, dry skin, or thin epidermis, the use of rice vinegar may not be suitable
– Vinegar has high acidity, if used incorrectly, it can harm the skin. You should only do this 2 – 3 times a week to ensure that the skin is not eroded or damaged.