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Re: --Skin--Acid or Alkaline--
 
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Published: 13 years ago
 
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Re: --Skin--Acid or Alkaline--


Moreless, would you mind taking a taste your skin and tell us if it has an astringent taste. I apologize if this sounds a little odd. It's purely for knowledge. Also, what happens to your skin when you use soap? Does it get dry? What about vinegar, does that hurt your skin? How do you know your skin is alkaline, have you tested it?

You seem to make a lot of claims without anything to back them up. I'm sorry if this sounds rude. I would just like to have something to back up the claims people make in order to make a decision as to whether I believe their theories are correct. There is plently of info to back up the claim that the skin has an acid mantle.

If the skin is naturally alkaline, why is vinegar helpful for dandruff?

I think a lot of us are curious as to what you have to say about this.
 

 
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