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Natural Skin Treatments

Updated on January 11, 2013

Natural Treatments for Beautiful Skin at any Age

Beautiful skin is something that everyone can adore. Your skin is an important part of your body. You should not only care for your skin, but also makes sure it looks beautiful everyday! While many people today use risky and artificial chemical products, using simple, natural treatments can help restore damaged skin and bring back that healthy skin. If you are interested in natural treatments for beautiful skin, be sure to check out this article.

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Utilizing Natural Ingredients

There are many different plants and herbs that can heal and enhance your skin. Unfortunately, most people know about the healing properties that test ingredients offer.

One of the most common ingredients that is used in natural skin treatments is mint. Mint comes from the mint plant and contains helpful components such as menthol which naturally cleans your skin.

To achieve beautiful skin, try applying a thin layer of mint juice on your face each night. This helps prevent acne and keeps your skin cool and clean.

More Natural Ingredients

If you are still looking for natural ingredients, be sure to check out this section.

Papaya is another natural ingredient that can be used in natural skin treatments. Like mint, papaya contains a special ingredient, in this case it is papain which has antibacterial qualities. Aside from actually treating wounds, papaya is very useful in eliminating brown spots. You can find many recipes online for a beautiful papaya mask.

Other herbs to check out include turmeric, walnut, rice flour, and neem.

Maintain a Healthy Diet

Many people throughout the world do not recognize the connection between skin care and diet. Put it simply, your skin reflects your diet. A healthy diet ensures that your skin glows and also plays a large role in preventing acne. Here are a few tips for making sure your diet is perfect!

First, drink plenty of water. Water hydrates your skin which just helps your overall skin health.

Second, eat whole grains over regular or processed grains. Whole wheat grains contain better ingredients than regular grains.


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    • Ms._Info profile image


      5 years ago from New Jersey

      Great tips. I'm moving towards using more natural products for my skin. I recently tried using a natural mask using ingredients form my kitchen. Nothing beats using natural products.

    • SolveMyMaze profile image


      5 years ago

      Very useful Hub. The skin is one of the most important organs and really needs to be taken well care of. I agree that a healthy diet is a crucial aspect of this and the staying away from junk food and additives will go a long way in helping to keep your skin healthy.

    • TinaAtHome profile image


      5 years ago from California

      I think the best thing you can do for your skin is to eat healthy food.

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      Megan Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      When you say that Papaya can be used on brown spots, do you mean sun damage or can it be used to lighten any darker pigmentation on the face. I have reddish scars from acne that I would love to get rid of!

    • peachpurple profile image


      5 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      Very useful hub. I love my skin. I use raw aloe vera, blend it and apply on my skin. Became fair and smooth. Papaya and water are indeed useful for moisturize skin. Voted wonderful hub


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