How to treat Madiyat at home


How to treat Madiyat at home. Apples contain malic acid, a gentle, mild exfoliant. Exfoliants help with the shedding of dead skin cells. A buildup of dead skin cells can leave your complexion looking dull and lifeless. Products with apple extract help break up the bonds between skin cells to promote cell turnover. 


Improved cell turnover reveals healthy, bright skin and can prevent clogged pores. Malic acid is a good exfoliant option for those with sensitive skin who may react to stronger ingredients. It’s gentle enough that you can use it once or twice a day without irritation.


Natural ingredients, such as Pyrus malus extract, can help you get the bright, youthful skin you want without relying on harsh synthetic ingredients. Maybe the phrase should be changed to ‘an apple a day keeps aging away’ because this powerful fruit can give your skin a glow from the outside in.  


Beyond its versatile uses in the kitchen, many people drink apple cider vinegar (ACV) on its own, or diluted with water, to aid digestive health (thanks to good bacteria your gut loves) and even regulate blood sugar (by improving insulin function).


"ACV has antibacterial and antifungal properties and can help kill bacteria and yeast on the skin related to conditions like acne, eczema, and dandruff," Gathers explains. ACV's high acidity level may also help some skin conditions, but its high acidity makes it necessary to dilute with water.


To get a little technical: "Healthy skin lies on the acidic end of the pH spectrum. However, people with eczema can have an elevated skin pH, which can compromise the skin barrier and make it more prone to infections. Since ACV is acidic, it may help restore some of the skin's natural pH," Gathers says.

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