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on 2/16/2007 1:14:00 AM
More reviews by fes_fsa
Skin: Very Dry, Olive, Neutral
Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse
meh, this stuff is so so. back when i was totally into holistic skin care, i used to spray this stuff all over my body after washing to balance my ph (i used natural soaps with a PH of 9--this has a PH of 4, balancing my skin back to the normal 6). i even used this stuff in my hair when i used natural shampoo bars in my hair. my hair would be so moist afterward, i didn't need a separate conditioner, nor did i need to oil the length down. now onto my review:i'm sorry, but i'm SO glad i stopped using this all over. the smell is horrendous. on my face, it faded, but everywhere else, i could smell the vinegar, no matter how much i'd rinse afterward. maybe my skin and hair are just TOO absorbant. the smell lingers all day with me. i'd go to bed and in the morning, my husband would tell me i smelled like a salad (as a compliment since he loves salad, go figure). i'd repurchase this again, but only to use on my face. however, until i decide to go holistic and use soap on my skin again, i won't be using this for a long time. 3 rating until then. continued >>
on 2/4/2007 3:09:00 AM
More reviews by sexyglam
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I cannot rate this as a toner but I gargle with this when I have a sore throat and this stuff is GREAT!!! It really soothes a sore throat, although it burns a bit but I guess that just means its working. It works better than other throat medicines out there.
3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 1/27/2007 5:45:00 PM
More reviews by troublebound
Skin: Acne-prone, Other, Not Sure
Didn't work on my skin, it made me red and dry and brought on a flare up of my eczema. I can see it working for those with less sensitive skin though. I have been using it as a pre-shampoo rinse on my hair, a few tablespoons of ACV to a whole bunch of water (liter-ish). I just run it through my hair and let it sit for a min and rinse out and shampoo as normal. Its actually made a big difference, my scalp is less oily and gets oily longer after washing than it normally would. I've always had shiny hair so I have no idea how its effecting that aspect. Hasn't dried out my hair or anything though. For those who say vinegar isn't clarifying, I know for a fact that it dissolves soap really well and can't imagine why it wouldn't help dissolve build-up on the scalp and hair.
on 1/27/2007 2:07:00 AM
More reviews by goddessintraining
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Other, Fine
Super harsh stuff here folks! I made my concotions with this based on things I read here...I did the mix involving the 50/50 split of green tea & apple cider vinegar. It burned my skin, made it tight and red. That's about it. I guess I will be making some salad dressings with the rest of this HUGE bottle of organic apple cider I bought : )
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 1/25/2007 10:48:00 AM
More reviews by supersteffie
Skin: Normal, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
This product was a total nightmare for my skin. I have been blessed with overall good skin, but after having to take some gruesome medicines for arthritis, I got some nasty breakouts in my chin area. Nothing would make them go away. In despair I turned to MUA and read all the positive reviews on this acv toner. I had a bottle of Organic ACV in my kitchen and thought I had nothing to loose. I made a mixture of 1/4 ACV & 3/4 mineral water and added some drops of Teatree Oil. Well, it turned out I had a lot to lose. Not only did it do absolutely nothing in my problem area, it totally ruined the rest of my complexion. I read some people spoke about "glowing pink skin". My skin looked more like burned irritated skin. After a couple of days I got the worst breakout possible with big painful zits. Because I sooo wanted to like this product (organic! cheap! positive reviews!) I still didn't give up and hoped I was "purging" like other MUA members mentioned. It was the worst month of my skins (and my) life. In the end a dermatologist convinced me that what I had had absolutely nothing to do with "purging" I was just torturing my skin. It was then that I stopped and allthough the outbreak immediately calmed down, I still have the nasty scars to remind me that this products was BAD for me. The only reason I gave it 2 stars instead of 1 (or 0 if that was possible) is that I still believe this might work for other people (I mean look at the reviews)..It just definetely didn't work for me. Proof again that no product is for everyone!
on 1/24/2007 2:08:00 PM
More reviews by shoeboxoftrees
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse
I decided to try this out on my chin... and the next day I had a huge under-the-skin pimple! And I never get pimples, I just get a bit oily so I wanted to see if this would help. Too bad it didn't. :(
on 1/23/2007 1:33:00 AM
More reviews by LadyKate
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
WARNING THIS IS TERRIBLE HARSH STUFF! I am so shocked that this is used on people's faces (and some people don't even dilute it - gasp!). I have sensitive skin and this made me break out in impetigo (blisters) - and yes I diluted it down with purified water! I have never had impetigo before I started using this and I got it numerous times. I cannot stress how terrible vinegar is for your skin if you have sensitive skin (and statistics tell us that 80% of the population have sensitive skin) - it is waaaaay too harsh and breaks down the skin's natural defenses. Please do not use this - it was the worst recommendation in the world that anyone should try this. The high ph in vinegar may clear your skin, but over time the acidity also breaks down your skin's natural ph balance and ends up leaving your skin vulnerable to infections. Worst WORST product - if you are curious please DON'T TRY IT!
on 1/19/2007 11:51:00 AM
More reviews by rinnins
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Smelly! Though it does kind of leave my face feeling toned and "balanced", I haven't seen any dramatic results that have compelled me to use this daily. I keep a bottle under my bathroom sink and pull it out to use on my face maaaaaaaybe once a week. Not sure what all the fuss is about. Not a miracle by any means. I say Yes to repurchase because I might use for a salad dressing in the future.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 1/16/2007 9:57:00 PM
More reviews by lovelyisntlove
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
I have sensitive skin, so I wish this could work for me. Made me break out really bad (I usually don't). The smell is bad, but it does go away. Vinegar is very harsh for a lot of people's skin, and it can work well internally. I tried some apple cider vinegar capsules. They help a lot of disorders in the body, but again- vinegar is harsh on the intestines. Use in moderation.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 1/13/2007 10:00:00 AM
More reviews by hdevestern
This stuff totally ROCKS!!! My skin glows, my pores are smaller, zits have left the building (even the stubborn blackheads on my nose have dissappeared), and it seems to firm up loose skin. Have had many compliments on my overall appearance and I think ACV has a lot to do with it. Unlike many of the other reviewers here, I use it full-strength out of the bottle on a cotton pad. Stung a bit at first, but now it doesn't bother me in the least - my skin's pretty tough. Oh, yeah, it does stink! But I find that an application of moisturizer on top will help the smell dissipate. And it's cheap cheap cheap. I strongly urge everyone to try it!!
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
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