The Bacne Vinegar Home Remedy That Works

Today, the best and most proven medications are becoming increasingly inaccessible. Whether through rising drug costs, or an increase in medicinal rules that reduce a growing number of medications to prescription only, many find the solutions to their medical problems unavailable.

The problem is even more complex for acne medication, where not only are the most powerful drugs limited by prescriptions, but the over-the counter ones are so numerous that choosing one is almost impossible.

As a result, more and more people are searching for home remedies for their bacne problem. They are looking high and low for effective natural bacne treatments. And while there are several natural treatments for bacne, the number of home remedies are surprisingly low.

Without a doubt, however, the most effective, and possibly well known or entirely unknown, bacne home remedy is…dun du na na…vinegar.

I know. Odd maybe.

But bacne vinegar works well in both getting rid of bacne and in preventing bacne. This is because vinegar acts as an astringent, which contracts, firms, and strengthens the skin – promoting healing and healthy skin. But it is also an acetic acid, which works to break down and dissolve the oils and bacteria that cause back acne (thus helping to get rid of bacne), as well as normalize the pH balance of your skin. This is a particularly positive effect, because when the pH levels of your skin are lower (they get higher during the acne phase of life) it is more difficult for bacteria to form in the first place. Bacne vinegar, then, is good for your skin both now and later.

What type of vinegar is best, though? Well, the answer may vary by person, but for many the most effective vinegar is apple cider vinegar – the organic, unfiltered, unpasteurized kind. However, many also swear by rice wine vinegar.

The home remedy itself is extremely simple to both make and use. Just add vinegar to water – in small proportions at first, gradually increasing over the course of several weeks.

For Week 1: 8 parts water, 1 part vinegar

For Week 2: 7 parts water, 1 part vinegar

Continue increasing the concentration of vinegar in this fashion (1 part per week) for another 4 weeks, until the mixture reaches a level of 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar. This is the most powerful concentration one might recommend and should be eased into over time to avoid irritating the skin.

Vinegar is generally safe, of course, but not without its dangers. Vinegar is a type of acid (a pH level of around 2.7). Its use and frequency, then, should be limited and monitored. Never wash with the mixture more than twice a day, and never use too much vinegar or only vinegar. You must GRADUALLY ease your skin into the use of vinegar. Be patient, then, and do not rush the treatment.

Lastly, beware the type of soap you use when washing during treatment. The use of high pH soaps can cause your skin irritation when used to clean your skin directly after the use of vinegar. The vinegar itself is highly acidic, and some soaps are very much the opposite. These extremes are not good for your skin and may only worsen your bacne. Bacne Vinegar is a very effective bacne home remedy, but like any treatment you must be careful.

Article Source: Jorge A Stevenson

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