I read something similar on the Cheeseslave blog...but there it was when the lady gave up coffee that the melasma started to go away. How do you take your apple cider vinegar and how much do you take at a time?Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)
What is the dosage and how do you take it?
I take between a tsp. to a tbsp. of raw apple cider vinegar in a glass of water every day. At first it was just a tsp. or even less, until I got used to the taste. Now I don't measure, I just pour a bit into the glass.
This is so interesting! I wonder why it works? I've never heard of ACV affecting your hormones. I struggle with acne so I know how you feel about the melasma being the first thing you notice when you look in the mirror. I'm so glad you've found something that helps treat it!
a double blind experiment. super hilarious!
Vinegar is really great. It can be used for healing and cleaning. I bet it has a lot more purposes too. I guess that's why my affordable orthodontics told me to clean my braces with vinegar, it is a good dirt removal tool.
Apple Cider vinegar is rly one of the best home remedies ever. I know that because my grandpa made it from natural wild apples. And the best kind of Vinegar is Organic Natural made from wild apples. The most of people use just crystal clear ACV and that is mistake. Always look for organic. In my family ACV has been present for more that 4 decades. I myself writing a blog about Apple Cider Vinegar and all I can say about your post it that this article is really great and informative.
One reason why apple cider vinegar can help to reduce melasma is because it contains acetic acid. It is not as strong as other alpha hydroxy acids that are used in chemical peels. But it does fade brown spots over a period of time.
I think the topic of the blog is also suitable for the skin of the breast and apple may be one alternative to maintain skin firmness.
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