The Fourth to Sixth Day:
In the morning I Had woken up with two small, but noticeable pimples (one on my cheek and one on my forehead). I believe that this happened because my period was about to start. I washed my face with my foaming cleanser and then used the apple cider vinegar as usual. At night time, I found the acne hadn’t gotten worse and shrunk a little bit. I washed my face with the foaming cleanser and used the apple cider vinegar. After, I applied a spot treatment and went to bed.
The Seventh Day:
On the morning of the last day, I noticed that the acne had shrunk considerably and I continued to notice the previous scarring on my cheeks had gotten lighter and lighter as the week went on, but only very slightly. (I believe with persistent use they may become way better). At night time, I washed my face and used the apple cider vinegar and spot treatment again.
With the apple cider vinegar, my dry skin was not as problematic. I found that as the week went on, I wasn’t using as much moisturizer as I normally would have to. Also, my skin isn’t nearly as irritated as it usually is, and this makes it so much easier to apply my makeup. I also felt like I didn’t have to use as much makeup, so that is a bonus too.
I will continue to use this product because I truly believe that it made a difference, and I think with long-term use it could help get rid of my scarring altogether. Apple Cider Vinegar worked decently well at preventing breakouts (except hormonal related pimples). In a regular week, I usually get anywhere between 3-5 pimples surface, and this week I had only 2, and that was a result of my hormones shifting. In a regular PMS week, I usually break out on my forehead, chin, and cheeks resulting in multiple large annoying pimples; however, the only ones I got this time were two small ones that were gone in a couple of days.
I love this product, and I would recommend it to anyone who has a skin type like mine!