What's that floating around in my toner?

Apple cider vinegar mother

If you've purchased our Rosemary Toner, you may have noticed something wispy floating around in the bottle. Don't worry, that's what you want to be growing in your skincare! The "mother" is very important because it contains raw enzymes and good bacteria that promote healing and have all those great benefits that raw, unfiltered organic apple cider is known for.

When non-raw organic apple cider vinegar is processed, it is pasteurized and filtered preventing the "mother" from forming. Therefore, it is very important when purchasing apple cider vinegar to get raw, unfiltered vinegar like Bragg so you don't lose all of those health-giving benefits.

Using apple cider vinegar in our Rosemary Toner makes it extremely effective at restoring your pH balance and killing bacteria. Apple cider vinegar is also known to help fade age spots, brighten up dull skin and is age-defying! So, next time you notice the "mother" floating in your toner, remember she's working for the betterment of your skin!




Richelle Paris
Richelle Paris

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Richelle is the operations manager at Bambu Earth. She also coordinates our spa parties. She lives in Mission Viejo, CA with her husband and five daughters. She enjoys people, coffee, cooking, thrifting and spending time with her family.



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