Apple cider vinegar: How to use it

  News   |     07-04-2020   -     Editorial Team

In the last article, we saw how to make apple cider vinegar at home and now we are going to see how to use it. It will soon become your favourite go-to in many different situations.

The apple is a truly unique fruit thanks to its numerous properties and its multipurposeness. Being tasty and light at the same time, it can be a perfect snack, but it can also be used for making delicious homemade apple cider vinegar that can be used to add flavouring to your seasonal salad. However, drum roll… it will soon become your essential go-to for environmentally-friendly house cleaning, a good natural remedy for health and a precious natural ally for your beauty. Want to know how?



Yellowed fabrics

Sometimes, using old-time remedies from your grandmother turn out to be the best solution. Therefore, if you find yourself struggling with yellowing fabrics, usually bed linen, take a wash tub filled with warm water and add a glass of apple cider vinegar and immerse the textile in it. Wash it afterwards using Marseille soap and let it dry in the sun. You’ll have a brilliant result.


Descaler spray

Has removing limescale become a daily ordeal? Try with an ecological and economic spray. What you need is just apple cider vinegar pure or diluted with water in equal parts. Transfer it to a spray bottle and there you have it: your own anti-limescale mixture, perfect for cleaning water taps and sanitary fittings.


Cleaning the fridge

It is always a good idea to use natural remedies to clean the fridge. Putting together apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda is a magic formula to clean the surfaces thoroughly. Eventually, you will be able to remove those bad smells just by using apple cider vinegar on the shelves and the drawers of the fridge.




Apple cider vinegar is considered to be a food that doubles as medicine thanks to its diverse properties: it is rich in vitamins (vitamin A and C above all), potassium and minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus and vitamin B12.

In combination with honey, it has been used since ancient times to create an optimal natural syrup to soothe coughs.

Furthermore, adding just a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water is considered by many to be an unbelievable cure-all against some minor health problems. In fact it helps with:

  • Improving the digestive process
  • Restoring the right levels of sodium in the body
  • Detoxifying the liver from harmful substances
  • Stimulating the metabolism
  • Strengthening the immune system




Oily skin

Almost everybody has had oily skin problems for at least one day in their lives, then, there are those who fight this problem on a regular basis. Usually, searching for the perfect one, we buy different cosmetics. But why shouldn’t we try a natural and environmentally-friendly remedy? Apple cider vinegar is considered to be a natural sebum regulator capable of balancing pH levels. Try to take a cotton ball soaked in apple cider vinegar and dab it on your face: you will have a super bright and purified skin.


Oily hair

Sebum regulator for the skin that works as a sebum regulator for the hair, what a breakthrough! Oily hair is in fact the result of an excessive sebum production by the sebaceous glands. So go ahead and rinse with lemon and apple cider vinegar and you will be astonished by the results.


Skin stains and aging skin

Exactly, you read that right! One of the numerous miraculous properties of apple cider vinegar is that it helps fight the signs of aging skin. Mix with lukewarm water, green tea and Aloe Vera and use it as a natural mixture to tone the skin in the morning and in the afternoon. It helps remove dead cells and lighten the stains.

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