Vinegar is even a natural remedy for jellyfish stings. When poured over the injured area it can relieve the pain and can prevent the release of more venom. The secret is in the acetic acid located in the vinegar that seems to be more effective than the best known remedies for aiding jellyfish stings such as fresh water and rubbing alcohol. Click here to read on.learn more
Headed to the Beach?
Austin, Texas dermatologists Adam Mamelak, MD, and Miriam Hanson, MD support the use of apple cider vinegar as part of your skin and hair care routine.
Dr. Mamelak clarifies apple cider vinegar can help “remove bacteria and excess oil from the skin that can contribute to acne formation.” It is also beneficial for toning skin and treating dandruff, insect bites, warts, scrapes, and abrasions.learn more