Acne, pigmentation and most of the other skin issues we generally have are easily manageable with a few natural tricks. Try these out before you decide to visit a dermatologist for your next visit, or try them in conjunction with your physician’s medication.
Sandalwood has unique properties of rejuvenation. It targets the harmful free radicals and creates an anti-toxic environment for your skin cells to proliferate. It is an excellent solution to heat related skin problems such as rashes sun burns. 3-6 grams of powder mixed with water or, sandalwood oil mixed with some coconut oil when massaged on the affected areas will provide relief.
This herb has always been associated with beauty- be it in its consumption or application. Turmeric, along with sandalwood and gram flour mixed into a paste will result in supple and radiant skin. It is also known for its strong anti-blemish effects. 1-3 grams of turmeric powder can even be partaken with milk. It has anti-allergic actions too.
A large pinch of saffron is accumulated from over a hundred flowers which makes this herb slightly expensive. The oil of this herb is known as kumkumadi oil and can be regularly applied to your face to both cure and prevent blemishes. Half a gram of saffron mixed in water to make a paste give a glow to your skin like a never before.
Ayurveda has banked upon the benefits of Neem for pimples and other skin ailments for several centuries. The leaves known as age old blood purifiers. They can be crushed into small balls which if consumed on an empty stomach works wonders on the skin by flushing out all the toxins and helps your skin rejuvenate and glow. The juice extracted from them can be mixed with water and consumed too. Applying the extracts is a sure-fire way to reduce blemishes and acne. It has a cooling effect, so Neem is great to reduce skin eruptions. 10 to 20 ml of juice each day is sufficient to maintain clean, spot-free skin.
Beauty companies swear by the magical properties of this plant and it can be grown right at home. It is a great indoor plant and its gel has many properties which help in clearing your skin. When applied and left overnight, the gel can help you to grow thicker and longer eyelashes. It is a moisturizer too, and leaves your skin baby soft. The cooling effects of aloe vera make it a good way to heal swellings, inflammations or eruptions.
This is an all-in-one answer to your skin issues. It not only removes dark spots and rejuvenates your skin to make it look bright; it even acts as a moisturizer to leave your skin soft and supple. It has anti inflammatory, anti toxic and anti allergic effects. Whether you apply it on your body or drink it, the effects will be the same!
Beauty does not just comprise of radiant face but also a healthy face which includes your hair, eyes and your mouth. While most people ensure their hair and eyes remain clean, we often overlook our teeth. The cost of orthodontic treatment deters people from getting their teeth aligned, but what they do not realize is that straight teeth are not just aesthetic, they are also necessary to ensure a good oral hygiene- which is often a cause for dirty, yellow plaque and oral malodor. Holistic beauty that is both healthy and pleasing to the eyes is what lasts in the long run!
Author Bio: Bill Brown is the person who is health conscious. He likes to stay healthy, so always keeps him updated about the recent health and beauty tips. As he enjoys reading and writing about health and beauty, his hobby is to write different blogs on multiple categories. Does stuff for Route 32 Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontic Clinic.
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