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Does anyone else use apple cider vinegar......crazy but I was with some girlfriends last night and we got talking about different products high&low end.I said that between the apple cider vinegar&using trueradiance products I look back at photo's and can't believe the difference in my skin.I use the vinegar basicly pretty much everywhere arms/legs as a toner,soak my hands&feet in the cider.I am pretty much totally on Aleta's products....anyone else use cider let me know.... Aleta has a new web-site if anyone is interested have a great week-end lov annemarie 57
Hi Annemarie, I drink 30mls of apple cider vinegar every morning, but never thought to use it as a toner. Amazingly versatile stuff hey? You never hear anything negative about ACV, only good things. Exactly what do you think it's done for you? You have a great weekend too.
Hi Michelle HONESTLY really between the acv&I do love trueradiance products[they have the same in them as the higher end but only in simply packaging]It has helped with wrinkles/age spots/uneven skin tones.freckles/dry skin...funny I have used it for everything but drinking it!!!!heck 2.29 a gal.I may have to start with a shot in the morning.Thanks for your imput annemarie oh i'm 57...e-mail me and i'll send on a photo or2
cj97..my you are very pretty.....I use a hand full of cotton balls been using the apple cider vinegar for about 2 yrs along with another great product[can't mention it e-mail me they delect everytime I bring it up]what all do you use..annemarie 57
beeguy wrote:cj97..my you are very pretty.....I use a hand full of cotton balls been using the apple cider vinegar for about 2 yrs along with another great product[can't mention it e-mail me they delect everytime I bring it up]what all do you use..annemarie 57
DCNGA wrote:Hi, Beeguy. I mod this board and have personally never deleted the name of a product, only links outside of MMH are disallowed.
CJ97, your skin is beautiful. Who did your fat grafts? How long has it been? Have they held up well (no dissipation) over time? I know of several people looking for a good FG doctor.
Thank you for the comp. I am a huge fan of oil of olay's definity line. I promise ever since I have began to use it, my texture and tone of my skin has changed. I use their full line.
I went to Dr. Fuentes in Mexico in February of 08. There has been some dissipation, about 40%....which was expected. I plan on going back for revisions in February. Overall I was very pleased with his work and I only paid 1/4 of what some of these ladies pay here in the states. I am going back for more fat grafting and lipo. You can pm for the pw to my photo album if you would like.
Michelle, how do you drink that vinegar? I went out and bought a bottle last night.
Put it on my skin but I don't think I can drink it.
Beeguy, what's the other product you use on your skin besides the vinegar that you swear by?
I tried my first glass last night and you're right...not quite as bad when cut with water. Not sure I can ever get to liking the taste.
What exactly do you think it does for you? Is it more something for your skin or more something for weight loss?
Thanks in advance
I mixed it with oj this morning. Will that work just as well because it didn't taste that bad at all. But I don't want the oj and the cider to work against each other... you know like copper peptides and vit c do.
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