Apple Cider Vinegar

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Vinegar in all of its forms can be a powerful astringent, but one of the most commonly used and versatile varieties is apple cider vinegar. Its applications range from optimizing digestion to stimulating hair growth, but its stimulant properties are also important for the treatment of age spots. The many active ingredients and compounds found in apple cider vinegar can stimulate faster healing and repair of skin cells, and also eliminate oxidative stress, thus making skin look healthier and younger. Apply apple cider vinegar with a cotton ball to the site of your age spots daily for best results.

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