ALL ABOUT APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER ALL ABOUT APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER


ALL ABOUT APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER

December 01, 2021

IN ESSENCE...

  • Apple Cider Vinegar Powder benefits include cleansing and healing properties due to its rich content of nutrients including Vitamins, Acetic Acid, Folic Acid, Malic Acid, and Biotin.

  • Used in skin care, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is ideally suited for balancing the skin's pH levels.

  • Apple Cider Vinegar Powder can be used in hair care as it is well suited for soothing the scalp and cleansing the hair.

  • It is an ideal ingredient to use in toners, face washes, exfoliating scrubs, hair scrubs, rinses, and shampoos.


 

WHAT IS APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER?

 

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is a fine, creamish white, free-flowing powder. Apple Cider Vinegar Powder carried by New Directions Aromatics is obtained from India and is derived from the Apples of the Malus domestica tree. Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is known for being a cleansing ingredient with a soothing touch that can help balance the skin's pH levels.

Apples play a crucial role in producing Apple Cider Vinegar Powder. Growing good quality apples require cross-pollination. Mis-shaped fruit and lower production can be a result of poor pollination. An average apple can range anywhere from 5 - 10 cm (2 - 4 inches) in diameter. Like many other fruits, Apples require full sunlight, and Apple trees need to be planted in well-drained soil that retains moisture.

The journey from Apples to Apple Cider Vinegar Powder began somewhere on the silk road. The silk road was a popular trade route that contributed to the spread and discovery of Apple Cider Vinegar. In 55BC historical records claim that when Julius Caesar reached Southeast England, he found the English drinking Cider made from Apples. Historians believe the Apple Cider that Julius Caesar saw was made from Crabapples which were not eaten because of their bitter taste but were a great ingredient for alcoholic beverages.

By the 17th century, Apple Cider had become popular amongst the upper class and it often replaced the wine. By the 18th century, Apple Cider was manufactured economically, thus being widely available to everyone. As settlers began to migrate to the United States and Canada, nearly every farm grew Apples. Cider was made from the harvested Apples, while the livestock was fed grounded-up Apples.

In the ancient world, the Greeks used Apple Cider Vinegar to treat wounds. The Apple Cider Vinegar was mixed with honey to treat colds and coughs. Even in parts of Africa and China, Apple Cider Vinegar was used as alternative medicine. Eventually, Apple Cider Vinegar became a valuable part of the beauty and cosmetic industry.



 

HOW DOES APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER WORK?

 

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder possesses a variety of uses in natural beauty products, both to bolster the integrity of the blends and to enhance their beneficial properties. Generally used as an exfoliant, it also acts as a binding agent and helps to gently exfoliate and unclog impurities.

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder has a strong influence on our skin's acid mantle. The acid mantle is a layer of protection on the skin's outer layer that promotes the retention of moisture and cleanses infectious bacteria. Since the pH level of Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is similar to the acid mantle of our skin, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder serves as an effective agent for balancing the skin's pH level. The Acetic Acid has anti-bacterial properties that can help eliminate bacteria and remove excess dirt and oil from the skin.

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is a well-known disinfectant. It can sometimes be found in hair care products since the Acetic Acid can balance the scalp's pH levels, making it difficult for yeast to thrive. Formation of Yeast in the scalp can result in dandruff.

The versatility of Apple Cider Vinegar Powder makes it a valuable ingredient in hair care and skin care products. With its wide range of benefits, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder also offers just as many diverse uses and applications.



 

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER BENEFITS

 

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder provides numerous benefits for skincare. This powder is loaded with beneficial compounds that relieve the skin and hair from various impurities. When used in skin care, the powder is ideally suited for removing dead skin cells and reducing the visibility of skin blemishes. When used in scalp scrubs, the powder is believed to aid in removing product build-up, drawing out impurities, and sloughing off dead skin cells. Composed of a rich content of vitamins and acids, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder proves to be a powerful detoxifying ingredient.

The acidity found in Apple Cider Vinegar Powder allows it to remove dead skin cells that contribute to breakouts and clogged pores. The astringent property of Apple Cider Vinegar Powder assists in removing dirt, oil, and grime while exfoliating and smoothening the skin by reducing fine lines.

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder-infused face toners are favorable since they aid in restoring the skin's pH levels and unclogging blocked pores. The powder's anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help fade away acne scars while the acids aid in rejuvenating the damaged skin layer.

With its anti-microbial properties, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder contributes to the growth of healthy hair while preventing dandruff and reducing hair fall.

Product build-up, impurities, and dead skin cells are one of the reasons behind a dry, itchy scalp and Apple Cider Vinegar Powder can assist in reducing their effects with its acidity and nutrients.



 

APPLICATIONS OF APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER

 

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder can be used in many beauty applications to cleanse and condition skin and hair. Explore the many benefits that Apple Cider Vinegar Powder has to offer with the following formulations.

Face Mask

The cleansing properties of Apple Cider Vinegar Powder are suited to pull out dirt and balance the skin's complexion. For a refining face mask, combine 1 part of Apple Cider Vinegar powder with 4-parts of water and add a clay of your choice. Mix until there is a paste-like consistency. Apply the mask to the face and neck, cautiously avoiding the eyes. Allow the mask to dry for approximately 20 minutes before washing it off with warm water.

Raw Organic Honey can also be added to the blend, along with a few drops of any essential oil of your choice. This will further enhance the fragrance and the beneficial properties of the mask.

Face Toner

Balance the skin's pH levels by adding Apple Cider Vinegar powder to water with small amount of any floral water or Aloe Vera Juice to create a fine facial toner that can be sprayed onto the face after cleansing for a nourishing final touch.

Hair Mask

In hair care, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is added to hair products to help seal hair cuticles and remove any product build-up, impurities, and dead skin cells.

For a conditioning hair mask that can cleanse the scalp, combine Apple Cider Vinegar Powder with any carrier oil of your choice and blend until it becomes a buttery consistency.

Apple Cider Vinegar powder can be mixed in water and added to Raw Organic Honey instead of oil if preferred.

Wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner before applying the hair mask. Apply the mask to the scalp and gently massage; comb through the hair to cover the length of the damp strands. Leave for 30 - 60 minutes and then rinse with warm water. You can also add a few drops of any essential oil of your choice to further enhance the fragrance and beneficial properties of the hair mask.



 

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR POWDER SIDE EFFECTS

 

The uses of Walnut Carrier Oil are ample, ranging from medicinal to cosmetic. The oil is used in many formulations including, body polishes, face serums, foot butters and even massage oils.

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is generally safe to use on all skin types however, there is still potential for side effects such as skin burns or allergic reactions from the use of this product due to different individual needs and sensitivities. It is recommended to use Apple Cider Vinegar Powder at a dilution ratio of 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar Powder and 4 parts of water. A physician should be consulted before using this product for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or for those with a pre-existing medical condition, particularly a skin condition.

To minimize the risk of an adverse reaction, it is recommended to conduct a skin patch test before using Apple Cider Vinegar Powder. To conduct the test, melt 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar Powder to 4 parts of water and apply a dime-sized amount of the blend to a small area of skin that is not known to be sensitive. In the event of an adverse reaction, discontinue the use of the product and seek remedial action with a health care practitioner.

As with all other New Direction Aromatics products, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is for external use only and is not meant to be ingested. When handling Apple Cider Vinegar Powder, take care not to avoid unnecessary or excessive inhalation. As this product has a strong odor that some may find unpleasant, it is recommended to test before using it.



IMPORTANT: All New Directions Aromatics (NDA) products are for external use only unless otherwise indicated. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or under the care of a medical practitioner. Please refer to our policies for further details, and our disclaimer below.

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