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Seafood allergies
Do you suffer from allergies to seafood. Try dipping the seafood in vinegar before eating. NOTE: this may not work for all users.

Boils and ingrown hairs
Many people have problems with boils and ingrown hairs that leave scars. Using hot towel or hot pack soaked in vinegar on the affected area for fifteen to twenty minutes three or four times a day will bring the area to a point where the puss will ease out. It is also important not to squeeze the area. This can save you a trip to the doctors.

Soft hands
Spray your hands with a mist of vinegar, or dip them in vinegar and dry after washing dishes or having them in soapy water to keep your hands soft.

Jelly fish sting
Soothe a jellyfish sting by dousing the area with vinegar. This will soothe irritation and relieve itching. Easy and inexpensive!

Do you bruise easily? Use a mixture of vinegar and cold water, wetting your towel, and apply overnight. You can even tape the towel on or use an ace bandage to better placement. 

If you have burned yourself cooking, a quick dose of vinegar on the burn will prevent blistering in that area.

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