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Herbal Skin Products for a Flawless Skin

Updated on October 2, 2010

There are numerous cosmetic products that are being promoted daily that promise to deliver younger, smoother, and brighter skin. Because of this, women are always curious to buy new products to test if such items are really good for their skin.

However, a great deal of commercial products contain harmful ingredients which are not kind to the skin. Some even contain hydroquinone which was already banned by some health agencies.

Besides, commercial skin products like lotions, creams, soaps and other forms can fetch a high price especially those that have popular brands. For this reason, a lot of women are now using herbal skin products to have lovely skin.

Herbal skin products
Herbal skin products

Herbal skin products have been well recognized in the past decades as women appreciate the value of natural ingredients. In the first place, Cleopatra used milk for cleaning rituals so that her skin would be smooth and soft. Indian women normally use herbal skin products like honey and turmeric considered as ayurvedic products.

Generally, herbal skin products work well and even protect the skin from the sun's damage.

Usually, herbal skin products can be used in many ways. Some act as moisturizers to the skin such as chamomile oil, sage oil, and eucalyptus oil. Others have healing properties which are good for skin diseases like eczema, dandruff, and psoriasis.

These healing herbal skin products are made from aloe, celandine, nettle, chickweed, gotokula, myrrh and arnica. Such herbal skin products have anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and restorative properties that can heal damaged skin.

Some women have very sensitive skin that cannot tolerate the harsh ingredients of cosmetic products so they choose herbal skin products. Aside from being all-natural, herbal skin products smell good on the skin so you can go sans perfume.

When it comes to cleaning the face or body, tea tree oil is one great herbal skin products that can be used daily. Individuals with acne or pimples can effectively use tree oil which is gentle to the skin.

Usually, there are several reputable online sites that sell these herbal skin products that can ship you the merchandise. Remember, all natural is safer and better than synthetic ones.


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