Why: Earthy-crunchy types rave about the wonders apple cider vinegar can do for your hair and skin. Supposedly, ACV toner helps clear the skin, refines its texture, soothes redness, dries up pimples and reduces redness (But, wait, there's more! It slices and dices…!)
I'm pretty leery of anything that claims to do it all. But I was at a MAC counter a few weeks ago, and spoke with a makeup artist whose skin is oily and acne prone like mine. She had used a 1:4 ACV and distilled water mixture post-cleansing then stopped for some reason, possibly due to the vinegar's pungent smell. She said her husband told her, "You stunk, but your skin never looked so good. Go back to using the vinegar."
It has similar benefits for the hair. Take advantage of them in Frédéric Fekkai's Apple Cider Clearing Rinse. (Also available in Clarifying Shampoo and a squeaky clean Conditioner.) A great find for those who have oily scalp, flaking, or just plain dull hair.
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