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there’s a lot of confusion out there on this topic of is it okay to put up save integrand my skin is it going to make things worse or whatever solicitors talk about it the pH of your skin is 5.5 so it’s acidic neutral is seven anything lower is more acidic anything higher than seven is more alkaline as we go from one number let’s say seven down to six six would be ten times as acid okay and if you go down to five that would be ten times ten it’s a hundred times as acidic okay and that’s how it works and the sweat on your skin and the oil which is called sebum is also acidic it’s between four to five point five but the ph probe cider vinegar is between two and three so apple cider vinegar is more than a hundred times more acid than your skin so yes it’s going to irritate it and yes it can burn your skin so this is why you always want to dilute it don’t put it directly on your skin okay it’s an acid I mean stomach acid is between one and three so you wouldn’t put hydrochloric acid in your skin so you dilute it you take one tablespoon in a glass of water and then you take that mixture and you put that on the skin now why is that good for the skin well because the skin thrives in an acidic medium so if you add outside of integral to it you will reduce certain bacteria that shouldn’t be on there because the purpose of this acid is to prevent certain microbes from invading the skin it’s one of your part of your immune system it also can clean your pores you can also make your skin softer and more elastic will it cure your acne probably not why because acne is a vitamin A deficiency or in situation you have too much androgens coming from too much insulin now I’ll put a link down below of how to deal with acne but you want to cut down your carbs of course do how the keto and take some zinc take some vitamin A preferably from cod liver oil and do intermittent fasting that is the best thing for acne but outside a vinegar in itself applying it externally probably it’s not going to do anything for your acne all right guys thanks for watching
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In this video, Dr. Berg clears up the confusion about apple cider vinegar and the skin. The pH of the skin is 5.5 (acidic) – 7 is neutral, below 7 is acidic and higher than 7 is alkaline. The sweat and the oil(sebum) in the skin are between 4 – 5.5 acidic.
The pH of apple cider vinegar is between 2 to 3 and is 100x more acid than skin so yes it could irritate and burn the skin. Always dilute it and don’t put it directly on your skin.
Dilute 1 tbsp. in an 8oz of water.
Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar for the Skin:
1. Reduce Bacteria
2. Clean Pores
3. Make the skin softer and more elastic
*it will not get rid of acne because it is a vitamin A or a situation where there are too many androgens coming from too much insulin.
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