To use vinegar as a skin treatment, soak in a bathtub with apple cider vinegar mixed in or apply to the skin with a cotton pad or ball. The vinegar can soothe many skin problems. More »

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Vinegar restores the natural acidity of the skin, claims HowStuffWorks. Because vinegar has a positive effect on the skin and is inexpensive, it is commonly used as a natural beauty product. More »

Remove a skin tag by applying a cotton swab soaked in apple cider vinegar to the affected area for a few minutes, and then washing the area thoroughly, SkinTagsGone.com advises. No concrete scientific evidence supports t... More »

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Get rid of ingrown hairs by rubbing a clean cotton swab in the opposite direction of the ingrown hair to gently pull it out of the skin. If that doesn't work, use a pair of tweezers to pull the portion of the hair out th... More »

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To clean the ears of a poodle, first pluck out any hair that may be stuck in the ear, then moisten a cotton pad or cotton ball with any type of facial cleaner and scrub the inside of the ear and a little bit of the ear c... More »

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Remove a skin tag by applying a cotton swab soaked in apple cider vinegar to the affected area for a few minutes, and then washing the area thoroughly, SkinTagsGone.com advises. No concrete scientific evidence supports t... More »

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Use white vinegar to remove food coloring from skin, and for tough stains, use a baking soda and water paste. Be sure to rinse the vinegar from the skin first if switching to the paste. More »

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