• Wed, Apr 10 2013

Scarlett Johansson Has The Most Obvious Cheap Beauty Trick

Scarlett Johansson

Ugh, Scarlett Johansson‘s “cheap beauty trick” is the same “cheap beauty trick” employed by absolutely every star in the entire world. I am certain Gwyneth Paltrow uses the same one – and, oh, yes, a brief examination reveals that she uses this all the time.

Apple Cider vinegar.

According to The Daily Mail:

The 28-year-old slathers the natural product across her face to keep her spots at bay.
While the actress did admit that the product – which is priced at around £1.50 in stores such as Holland & Barrett- can be harsh on skin, it has actually been effective in treating her spots.
Speaking to Contactmusic about her beauty secrets, she revealed: ‘I researched natural skincare and found that apple cider vinegar is really effective.

‘Using it as a toner can be harsh, but if you have breakouts it can be really healing.

 

‘It’s a little bit stinky but if you’re not sleeping over at your boyfriend’s it’s really effective!,’ she added.

Oh, Christ, apple cider vinegar really doesn’t have a terribly strong smell. Feel free to slather it over your entire body the next time you are sleeping at your boyfriend’s, I bet you a million dollars he will not say anything. Unless your boyfriend is one of those people who make perfume. Those people have excellent, finely tuned noses. “What is this aroma, darling!?” he will say. He has a Romanian accent and many tweed jackets, and a very aristocratic nose. You two are my favorite couple.

The boyfriend I just imagined for you is already more interesting than Scarlett Johansson is being.

Also, I guess we should all go buy gallons of apple cider vinegar, now.

Picture via WENN.

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  • anna

    baking soda, too. i have sensitive skin and it isn’t too harsh if i use it like a scrub. besides the point though.

  • Tania

    It’s also a good conditioner for hair, I hear.

    • Cate

      I put it on my hair before I wash it. As a result I have very soft, shiny hair. Not Kate Middleton shiny, but shiny.

  • Bosworth

    If you buy unfiltered apple cider vinegar (which you should, b/c it still has the beneficial bacteria), then it really does stink. My boyfriend won’t kiss me within two hours of putting it on. So, yeah, mood killer. Maybe better in the morning. I can also smell it at the gym when I start to sweat, which I find disturbing..

  • Colleen

    I use raw honey on my face. I started doing it after reading an article and getting a glowing review about it from my personal trainer, who also uses it. My face is definitely way softer and I feel better knowing that it isn’t full of chemicals. Plus it’s also cheap.

  • Sabrina

    I drink a tablespoon of it every morning and it has drastically improved my skin tone and my hair volume. Plus, if you drink it, it has lots of good health benefits for allergies, your digestive system, etc. And drinking it takes away that risk of being stinky, I just do it before I brush my teeth and voila!

  • http://www.naturalskincarerecipes.com/ Mia Gordon

    Honey, coconut oil, yogurt and avocado or avocado oil all make a great mask and you can create hundreds of serums that soften and rejuvenate skin, remove wrinkles and more :)