Beauty Water Uses

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Beauty Water is another type of water that can be produced by the Kangen Ionizer. With a slightly acidic pH of 4.0-6.0, this water is recognized for its astringent effects. It is terrific for gentle cleaning and of course, beauty care.

The skin is one of our body’s first lines of defense. It is slightly acidic with a pH of around 5.5, which is necessary to protect us against pathogens that contribute to aging and irritation. Unfortunately, majority of soaps are alkaline with a pH within the range of 9-10 (majority of shampoos are in the range of 6-7) and directly affect the pH of the skin. The increase of the skin pH irritates the skin’s protective layer, also referred to as the “acid mantle.” This results in the pathogenesis of skin diseases like irritant contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, ichthyosis, acne vulgaris, and candida albicans infections.

It’s for this reason that applying toner has been recommended as a part of the skin care routine. The role of toner is to balance out the skin’s pH level. Although there are some wonderful natural alternatives to toner, the majority of commercial toners are jam packed with harmful chemicals, just like the rest of beauty products.

Beauty water has the perfect pH range to care for skin. It can be used as a facial cleanser as well as a toner. Simply fill a spray bottle and spray a mist onto your skin after showering and leave it to dry. The astringent properties are effective in toning and firming your skin.

Not only is beauty water great for skin but for hair as well. Spray your hair after showering in replace of conditioner to reduce tangles and bring out a radiant shine.

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Here are some other uses for Beauty Water:

Boiling pasta – Boils pasta to an “al dente” consistency. *Use Kangen Water for boiling thicker types of pasta.

Cooking beans – Various types of beans such as kidney beans and green peas, will cook to perfection. Since using acidic water will speed up cooking time, take care not to overcook.

In batter for fried foods – Fried foods will turn out nice and crispy, not oily, even when left to sit for an extended period of time.

Boiling eggs – Even if the egg cracks during cooking, the egg yolk will not leak out of the shell into the water. You will also find the eggshells peel off very easily.

Frozen foods – Spray foods with acidic water when freezing so that the food, including fish and shrimp, do not lose their flavor when thawed.

Removing tannin from tea cups and cleaning burnt pots and pans – To remove stains, grime and grease, leave to soak in water for 24 hours.

Washing dishes – Dishes and glasses will come out sparkling clean.

Polishing – Polish mirrors, eyeglasses, glass objects and windows, as well as knife sharpeners, to a high sheen.

Housecleaning – Remove dirt from hardwood floors, ceramic tiles, etc., without having a sticky residue.

Add to bath water – Add acidic water to your bath water to keep your tub free of bathtub rings. Bathing in this water warms the body and keeps skin beautiful.

Use in the rinse cycle of your washing machine – Soaking in acidic water before the spin cycle will soften your clothes.

Pet care – Great for grooming your pet. Brush with acidic water to obtain soft and shiny fur.

Diaper Rash – Spray affected area after each diaper change to prevent and treat diaper rash.

What else do you use Beauty Water for?

Natalia Mendoza
Independent Distributor



Strong Acidic Water Uses

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The Kangen Water Ionizer is not only amazing for our health but can eliminate the need for household cleaners, keeping those dangerous chemicals out of our homes while saving us money.

Strong acidic water has a pH of 2.5. This water is not for drinking but has disinfecting properties. It is a proven anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial for use on skin, food, plants, countertops, etc. It has been used as a disinfectant in hospitals and restaurants in Japan for many years and has been approved for disinfecting food products in the United States since 2002.

Below is a list of uses for Kangen’s strong acidic water.

-Wash produce and meats to kill bacteria
-Sanitize knives, cutting boards, dish towels, kitchen cloths, kitchen countertops, etc.
-Sanitize bathroom surfaces, door knobs, light switches, baby toys, and anywhere else where germs and bacteria are easily spread.
*For a more powerful disinfecting effect, clean with 11.5 pH strong Kangen water before using strong acidic water. Please note: after the use of Strong Acidic Water, metal that rusts easily should be wiped with a dry cloth because of the strong acidity.
-Wash hands (no need for soap)
-Disinfect toothbrushes (soak toothbrushes in a cup of water to clean them)
-Mouth wash (brush teeth and swish water around for 1 minute to kill the bacteria that causes gingivitis).
-Treat canker sores, cold sores and eye sties.
-Treat a sore throat by gargling the strong acidic water
-Treat eczema and psoriasis (spray strong acidic water on eczema periodically throughout the day)
-Treat acne (use a cotton pad to dab breakouts)
-Treat athlete’s foot (soak feet)
-Hand sanitizer (bring a travel size bottle of strong acidic with you wherever you go and spray the water on your hands to sanitize)
-Clean cuts and scrapes to prevent infection and to stop bleeding
-Remove hard water deposits on glass and ceramic surfaces
-Prevent mold from growing and eliminate some molds by spraying it a few times
-Safely bleach white clothing
-Eliminates odours

 By no means is this even the full list! What else do you use Kangen’s Strong Acidic water for?


My Personal Testimonial Using Strong Acidic Water

For several months I had a bad case of eczema spreading throughout my right hand (at least I thought it was eczema). It started with my pinky and spread to the next finger and suddenly it was all throughout my hand. My infected fingers were swollen, terribly itchy and cracking and bleeding.
I tried natural remedies first, such as coconut oil and essential oils, as these are naturally antibacterial and many people have been able to successfully treat their eczema this way. Unfortunately this didn’t work for me. I was hopeful at times, thinking that it was starting to look better, only for it to come back with a vengeance the next day.
Eventually, I decided to try “dermatologist recommended” creams, which I generally try to avoid. They wouldn’t do the trick either. So my last resort was steroid cream.
Fortunately, that tardy light bulb of mine went off and I decided to stop using soap and start washing my hands with strong acidic water instead. To partner with that, I filled a spray bottle with the 2.5 pH water and sprayed my hand periodically throughout the day. I was pleasantly surprised how quickly that stubborn rash cleared up. And without any chemicals! The 2.5 nipped it in the bud and it hasn’t come back since.

Thanks Kangen Water!

Natalia Mendoza
Independent Distributor