Treating Acne With Apple Cider Vinegar

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for you. What is White Vinegar? White vinegar is a colorless solution containing
5 � 8% acetic acid. It can be distilled from any other source
of vinegar (but commonly from malt vinegar), and this is why it is also called distilled
vinegar, distilled spirit, and virgin vinegar. It is used for cooking, baking, flavoring,
pickling and preserving meat. White vinegar is also used for disinfecting
surfaces and medicinally as an antibacterial agent. Unlike spirit vinegar, white vinegar is safe
for domestic use. Therefore, it can be used as a home remedy
for acne. However, dilution with water is still advised
before use especially for those with sensitive skins. Even when used for cleaning surfaces, white
vinegar should be diluted to avoid damage to surfaces. White vinegar is commonly applied to the skin
to treat infections and sunburns. It helps restore the acidity level and the
pH balance of the skin, and it also produces a soothing, cooling effect on the skin. How White Vinegar Works for Acne
While there are no direct studies of the effectiveness of white vinegar in the treatment of acne,
the use of vinegar in acne treatment is not without merit. Besides the anecdotal evidence from years
of using white vinegar in this way, there is scientific evidence proving that white
vinegar has an antimicrobial activity which is due to its acidity. White vinegar is useful in acne treatment
because of two reasons: it is a powerful antiseptic agent and it helps restore the pH balance
of the skin. As an antiseptic agent, white vinegar can
be an effective solution for eradicating acne-causing bacteria that colonize the skin. Such bacteria include Propionibacterium acnes
and Staphylococcus epidermis. Almost all acne cases are caused by these
bacteria. Other factors such as hormonal imbalance may
contribute to the development of acne. Both causes lead to two major changes in the
nature of the skin. The first change is the enlargement of the
sebaceous gland and the increased production of sebum. This is observed as the excessive oiliness
of the skin during acne breakouts. Acne Progression and Vinegar. Increased sebum production creates the ideal
growth environment for acne-causing bacteria. The skin pores are blocked by sebum, bacteria
and dead skin cells; Acne comedones develop from the clogged pores. Acne bacteria cause deep tissue damage in
the skin, deposit toxic byproducts on the skin and change the pH of the skin. An inflammatory response is triggered by the
damage; inflammatory acne lesions form. Vinegar kills off these bacteria to stop this
chain reaction. With increased sebum production, the skin
pores are increasingly blocked by a combination of sebum, bacteria and dead skin cells. This blockage produces acne lesions such as
whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. They can also give rise to nodules and cysts
which are lumps underneath the skin. The bacteria causing the acne also interfere
with the pH balance of the skin by affecting its fatty acid composition. Therefore, white vinegar is useful because
it kills off the bacteria responsible for these changes. By removing them, white vinegar can reduce
the formation of acne lesions and, therefore, the severity of acne breakouts. Furthermore, by restoring the acid balance
of the skin, white vinegar ensures that the skin is no longer an ideal environment for
bacterial growth. In addition, restoring the pH balance also
helps improve skin health because the syntheses of essential skin proteins and fatty acids
can resume. How to Apply White Vinegar to Treat Acne. While you can apply white vinegar directly
to the area of your skin affected by acne, it is advised that you dilute the vinegar
solution with water. This is because white vinegar is considerable
acidic (it has a pH of 2.4). Depending on the concentration of the white
vinegar you have, you may have to dilute it up to ten-fold with water. You may first apply the white vinegar solution
on a small area of your skin to see if it is too strong. Note that whatever the concentration, white
vinegar will sting a little. But if you do develop skin irritation, mild
burn, extensive skin dryness or sharp, lasting stinging sensation, then you have to dilute
the white vinegar solution. Before applying white vinegar to your acne
spots, first, wash the skin with a mild soap or cleanser. Rinse off but do not dry with a towel. Apply the vinegar to the skin with a cotton
ball. Then leave it or 5 to 10 minutes before rinsing
off with cool water. Other items can be added to white vinegar
before applying to your acne. To make a white vinegar mask, you can form
a paste with either cornstarch or baking soda. Leave the mask on for 15 minutes before washing
it off with warm water. Since white vinegar has a drying effect on
the skin, you may need to apply an oil-free moisturizer after washing it off. White vinegar does not produce immediate results
in acne treatment. For the first week, there may be no improvement
at all or even a worsening of your acne symptoms. However, you should stick with the treatment
for 3 weeks before determining whether it is effective or not. Just like any other acne treatment, not everyone
benefits from white vinegar. However, those who do, report amazing results. White vinegar should be combined with other
acne remedies when treating severe acne. It may not be as effective for teenagers because
hormonal imbalance through increased production of male sex hormones (which is not treated
with white vinegar) is the major contributor to acne at that age. Soy And Acne: Looking At The Evidence. A lot has been written about the dangers of
soy. In acne forums people strongly advice cutting
it out of your diet because of its acne causing effect. But what does the evidence say? Is there a good reason to believe soy causes
acne or other health problems? Leading the charge against soy is Weston A.
Price foundation with a cornucopia of soy fear mongering. Chris Kresser continues by labeling soy as
toxic food and implying that eating it makes men sterile. All of that looks scary enough to put most
people off soy. While the arguments against soy sound �sciency�
they are actually based on really poor evidence. Mostly on preliminary and animal studies and
the occasional outlier result. What you don�t hear about are the good quality
and informative human studies showing the real picture of soy. In this video we�ll take a level-headed
look at the evidence for and against soy. And in the end try to understand the effect
soy has on acne. Can soy cause acne? The easiest way to answer whether soy causes
acne is to look at relevant studies. Unfortunately we have none. Well, there�s this one study that reported
less acne is group that ate more soy, but it�s better relegated to tooth fairy science
than taken as real evidence. Looking at anecdotal evidence (forum posts
and other user reports) is a good way to get confused. Some say soy caused their acne. Some say their skin got better when they started
eating more soy. We have really no direct evidence to say either
way. So we have to look at what we know about soy
and from that infer how it affects acne. Far from perfect, but that�s all we can
do at this point. The possible ways soy could cause acne include: Hormonal effects of isoflavones in soy. The effect of phylates in mineral absorption
and balance. Allergic reactions to soy. Can soy cause acne summary. There�s reasonable evidence to suspect soy
can cause hormonal disturbances in women and that could worsen acne for some women. Soy allergies are another potential cause
of acne. Soy allergies, however, are fairly rare. On balance there are many ways soy can help
with acne. It stabilizes blood sugar levels and reduces
insulin resistance. And its antioxidant potential rivals that
of fruits. I hope you have found about Treating Pimples
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