#ParasKeNuskhe with Apple Cider Vinegar

One ingredient for weight loss, open pores, pigmentation and dandruff!

Now that I have your attention, it’s one fair that I tell you what this magic ingredient is! If you don’t have this one ingredient in your kitchen, it’s honestly time you “add to cart” it right now!

 

I’ve got a few favorites, but hands down, one of my favorite kitchen ingredients has got to be Apple Cider Vinegar. I’m almost surprised when even now sometimes people respond to my #parasKeNuskhe videos and ask, “What is Apple Cider vinegar?”.

 

ACV, short for  Apple Cider Vinegar, Is one of my kitchen staples. This week I wanted to share with you a few simple #ParasKeNuskhe to fix a lot of problems with just one cap full of ACV. 

Before that though, it’s important that you buy the right kind. If your ACV doesn’t have particles floating in it and has a clear color, DON’T buy it! The one you want is a natural, unfiltered , organic one. The other key word to look for is “The mother of Vinegar”. The reason we want it unfiltered is because the good stuff gets strained out, and that’s the stuff we actually need! So to emphasize this again, any brand- Unfiltered with mother of vinegar.

 

For open pores

One of the smallest yet , fairly annoying skin conditions is open pores. A lot of people try very hard to close open pores. If they’re open , you’re likely to get more breakouts, black heads and the general appearance of your face is …lets just say, not instagrammble! ACV, works as a natural toner and astringent. Make your own pore minimizing toner by adding 1/4 ACV in 3/4 water and leave in the refrigerator. Use either with a cotton ball or a spray bottle for easy use. I use this before I go to bed. You’ll wake up with tighter skin. But hang on, this face toner spray we just made isn’t just for open pores. Keep that bottle handy!

 

For pigmentation

Discoloration of the face and the cheeks in particular is more common than you think. A lot of people have reddish or brown patches on their foreheads and the cheeks. If you’re at an early stage of pigmentation, I reccommend you use this home made ACV toner for this purpose as well. ACV will lighten dark spots, remove pigmentation and fix it, if it’s in the early stages. You’ll usually see results In the first week. 

 

For dandruff.

If your scalp feels to itchy and dry, spray the same on your hair. ACV will balance the PH level of your scalp to make sure your dandruff starts bidding you good bye. ACV works as a really good scalp treatment for an itchy scalp. Try this before your shower. Leave on for about 30 minutes. With regular use, you won’t be itchy or scratchy!

 

 

To lose weight!

Yes, you heard it right! Every weight loss spree of mine has a dose of ACV. Start and end your day with one cap full of ACV in a glass of water. Contrary to popular belief, ACV isn’t a fat burner, but is a metabolic enhancer. It does this by lining your stomach with acids that improve digestion and improve your gut health. Once your digestive system finds itself in better shape, it doesn’t a better job of using food and you’ll see the results not just on your scale but the face as well!

 

#ParasKeNuskhe is all natural for a reason, it makes things simple! :) 

 

If you are looking to minimize pores, you can get my Nuskhe by Paras pore minimising toner on www.studdmuffyn.com 

 

Big Pucchi!

Paras Tomar