Vinegar for Skin Care & a Pedicure

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Vinegar is a great skin care tool to use when giving yourself a pedicure for a few different reasons. Find out about why you should use vinegar for skin care and a pedicure with help from a certified makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you how you can do skincare for your pedicure or just your skin in general using vinegar. Vinegar is one of those great ingredients that is kind of just lying around the house so you don't have to go out and budget specifically for skincare so if you are on a budget, you can turn to vinegar which is pretty much a household item that you would just normally find in your kitchen for cooking purposes. So we have our vinegar and vinegar tends to be a little bit oily for one thing and so we're going to take a sponge and really just go over the areas where we want to add moisture. And so as we know it is Winter and sometimes we just need added moisture in certain areas. The T-zone is naturally a little bit more moisturized and oily but sometimes around the cracks and crevices we need an extra help and a little bit at a time is probably recommended the most just because like I said this is quite oily and it's not meant to stay on the skin as a base before your makeup, it's primarily just skincare that needs to be used maybe with a toner over on top to actually take down the oil. So maybe use this at night while you're winding down but when you put makeup over this, it won't work or mix well in with the foundations. So this is primarily just skincare. I like to blot it, not just sweep it all over the skin because if you have naturally oily skin, I would not recommend vinegar as one of these solutions. This is really just if you are having problem areas with dry skin. Same for pedicures, if you are going to take it down to your feet then you just do the same process but probably double up on the vinegar because your feet are a lot more dry than your face for the most part. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to use vinegar for your skin or pedicure.


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