How To Use Apple Cider Vinegar To Treat Eczema (It’s Unbelievably Effective!)

Apple cider vinegar is truly a natural beauty powerhouse.

Whether it’s used to treat acne, tone skin or condition your hair, ACV can be used for just about anything.

Dry, itchy skin and inflammatory conditions are no exception.

Eczema is a group of skin condition which cause inflammation and irritation. The skin is typically itchy and characterized by thick and scaly rashes.

Eczema can be triggered by soaps, detergent, animal dander, bacterial or fungal infection and certain fabrics and foods. Treatment typically targets pain and itch relief by keeping the skin moist.

Some people take oral or topical medicine, but the the FDA has warned that some prescription ointments like Elidel and Protopic can increase cancer risk.

Eczema can be managed by avoiding triggers and allergens like milk, sugar, seafood, corn, soy products, peanuts, preservatives and cosmetic products.

Patients can also find relief by moisturizing frequently, avoiding extreme temperature or humidity, avoiding stressful situations and avoiding sweat.

Raw, unfiltered organic apple cider vinegar (ACV) is full of vitamins, mineral and substances such as carotenoids, flavonoids, isoflavones and protease inhibitors.

These nutrients feed and modulate the immune system and improve skin health. For example, beta-carotene promotes skin regeneration while fiber improves digestive health to flush out toxins.

On the other hand, potassium balances pH balance of the skin to reduce inflammation and irritation.

Vinegar also works as an antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic agent to fight any infection causing the skin condition.

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