Can warm vinegar applied to the skin after waxing help in not making the hair grow back as fast?
There is no evidence that vinegar will make the hair grow back more slowly if applied after shaving. However, vinegar can be used to make a homemade waxing agent.
Is adding vinegar to water a chemical reaction can you take back the vinegar once you have mixed it with water?
it depends on what works for you... with waxing there is mild discomfort though with shaving irritation is also possible... the pros to waxing is that your hair doesn't grow back for a really long time (about 3-4 weeks) though with shaving it only takes a few days for hair to grow back...waxing is probably the best solution, but make sure you are going to someone who is certified to do this and knows what…
when the moon is said to be "waxing" it basically means that it's getting bigger. the sun reflects off of more of its surface that is visable to the earth. from the new moon, it slowly becomes a waxing crescent, then waxing gibbous, to eventually a full moon. then begins "waning" or getting smaller until it's back to the new moon again.
Vinegar absorbs and takes out the calcium from the chicken bone making it quite see through and flexible. I personally did this experiment a while back and it took maybe 2 days for it to get this way. If you soak it in a bigger amount of vinegar then it's possible if on the first day the same thing happens.
No, unless you get a seasoned vinegar. Plains white vinegar, cider vinegar, red or white wine vinegar, rice vinegar, champagne, raspberry vinegar -- all should be sodium free. Check the label if you're worried -- any sodium would be added and therefore must by law be posted on the nutritional label on the back of the bottle.