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7 Herbs That Can Save Your Skin

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Many people spend a lot of time looking for the miracle cure that will help their skin look great and keep them looking younger. While there are a variety of beauty products on the market today, the most effective skin care products may be found in numerous herbs found naturally. These herbs can reduce the risk of blemishes, diminish wrinkles, rehydrate the skin, provide a glowing effect on the skin, and so much more. Best of all, these herbs are all-natural, which greatly reduces the risk of side effects.

Below is a look at the top seven herbs that can save your skin and help you keep your youthful appearance.

7. Chamomile

Chamomile is one of the most beneficial herbs for skin care. It includes a powerful chemical, called alpha-bisabolol, which can improve the healing process. This allows skin irritations, such as acne, burns, and scratches, to heal faster. Chamomile is most effective when made into a tea and either ingested or used as a standard face wash.

6. Green Tea

Protecting your skin from the dangerous rays of the sun can prevent future skin damage and even skin cancer. When used as an ointment, green tea is a very effective natural sunscreen. It should be applied at least 30 minutes prior to going out in the sun. Green tea also has high levels of catechins, which work as an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant. It can even prevent aging skin, by thickening the epidermis.

5. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has been referred to as the “plant of immorality” by the ancient Egyptians and it has been used for centuries to treat blemishes on the skin, including cuts, scratches, acne, and wrinkles. As an anti-inflammatory, Aloe Vera helps to speed up the healing process and even rehydrates the skin while using. Leaves from the aloe Vera plant can be split opened and applied directly to the skin, but this herb is also sold as ointments, gels, powders, and juices.

4. Cinnamon

If you want glowing skin, then a just a half of a teaspoon of cinnamon added to your coffee or tea every morning may just do the trick. Cinnamon is packed full of antioxidants, which help to neutralize free radicals in the cells. These unruly radicals can cause skin damage and even premature aging of the skin. Keeping these radicals under controls keeps the skin looking and feeling healthy.

3. Red Clover

Red clover has been used extensively to help promote healthy skin. It is very beneficial at soothing red and itchy patches of skin, as well as, eczema. Red clover ointments can be applied directly to the skin for faster results. This herb can also be taken with tea. When ingested, the herb has the ability to remove toxins from the blood, which can prevent future outbreaks.

2. Witch Hazel

If you are looking for an herb to help battle unwanted pimples on your skin, witch hazel may be your best options. This powerful herb includes natural anti-inflammatory properties that help to fight blemish quickly. Unlike some other anti-inflammatory herbs, witch hazel is able to fight acne without drying out the skin. It also helps to tighten the skin tissues, which can reduce the look of dark circles under the eye.

1. Turmeric

This beneficial herb has been used throughout India for thousands of years and has been known to help create beautiful skin. It works as both an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant. This powerful combination helps to keep the skin clear and prevents blemishes. Its high levels of curcumin is believed to help fight against melanoma.

Many of these herbs are already used in a large number of beauty products on the market. However, each herb, individually, does a fine job on its own at saving your skin. These herbs can be grown naturally, or you can purchase supplements and ointments over-the-counter. While each person will react to these herbs differently, you will start to notice an improvement in the look of your skin over just a short time. When applying an ointment to the skin, it is always a suggested to test the products on a small patch of skin first, to check for allergies. 

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