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Natural herbal skin care

Updated on October 16, 2009

natural herbal skin care

natural herbal skin care

Natural herbal skin care: Every one in this world want glowing face free of wrinkles and ageing. If you really want to keep your skin young looking then try to use herbal recipes rather that going for OTC or over the counter products. Homemade herbal skin care recipes can be very effective in keeping your skin young looking and free from ageing and environmental effects. There are huge varieties of herbal products, available in the market that claim to be all natural, but many of them have artificial ingredients or harsh chemical added to them. To avoid these types of harsh products, it is always better to mak make your own herbal skin care products.

Making herbal cleanser:

Cleansing is very essential part of your daily skin care regimen. In order to make herbal cleanser mix equal amount of dried rose petals+ rolled oats+ corn meal+ dried lavender+ sea salt and then add twice as much facial clay. Mix lavender, oats and rose petals in the food processor. Put this resultant mixture in a jar, your cleanser is now ready for your use.

Take 1 teaspoon of the dry mix on your palm. Now, add some 1-2 drops of rosemary essential or you can also use aloe vera extract or simply water according to your convenience but its is better to use all of them. Now, mix it until it becomes a paste. Splash water on your face and gently apple this paste on your face using fingers, leave it for 5 to 10 minutes and rinse off with clean water.

In order to moisturize your skin try to apply fresh aloe vera extract as, aloe vera is one of nature's most effective hydrants. Aloe vera is a well known antiseptic agent and is used to heal the skin from cuts and sunburn.

Try to drink plenty of water daily because water is the best natural detoxifying agent which helps eliminate toxins also try to maintain your liver functionality by drinking herbal liver tonics such as dandelion, yellow dock root, and milk thistle. The reason for this is because skin often secretes toxins that are too much for the liver to handle. So drinking liver toxins takes stress off of the skin, making them a good part of a herbal skin care routine.


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