Finca Skin Organics
When I was first introduced to Apple Cider Vinegar as a remedy for rosacea, I was a little skeptical. It seemed bizzare that something often used as an aid to lose weight could help with a skin condition categorised by inflamed cheeks and nose, enlarged pores and over-dilated blood vessels.
However, when someone I knew who had had acne rosacea turned up at my door with completely clear skin, I decided to investigate Apple Cider Vinegar properly. It turns out that ACV is packed full of attributes that can directly combat the symptoms of rosacea, in particular type 2 (acne rosacea) and, to a lesser extent, type 3 (rhinophyma).
When taken orally in tablet-form, which is typically an easier way for the body to absorb, Apple Cider Vinegar is a very potent internal cleanser, toxin eliminator and powerful health tonic. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce the inflammation associated with rosacea. In partnership with a topical cream, such as the Rosacea Type 2 Serum, the two treatments are formiddable when working together to combat inflammation from both the inside and out.
Apple Cider Vinegar has also been found to recolonize the digestive system with friendly bacteria. While this may not seem useful for rosacea sufferers, it is a fact that a healthy gut and blemish-free skin are intrinsically linked, meaning that it is able to counter rosacea from multiple angles. This facet of Apple Cider Vinegar is especially welcome as many sufferers of rosacea are often put on antibiotics, which don't tend to differentiate between killing good or bad bacteria!
Dandelion root is also included in these specially selected tablets, given that they provide an added bonus in the fight against rosacea, helpting to cleanse the liver and prevent toxin build up.
Our products are the only rosacea treatments widely available to be completely free from all of the following artificial additives:
|Apple Cider Vinegar|
|Filling And Coating Agents|
Women with osteoporosis should be wary of apple cider vinegar. Used regularly, apple cider vinegar could reduce bone density. Because it can alter insulin levels, people with diabetes should not use apple cider vinegar without consulting their doctors first.
People taking laxatives, diuretics, and medication for heart disease and diabetes should consult with a doctor before using apple cider vinegar supplements.
Take 2 tablets with a glass of warm water before breakfast.