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Do you like to take care of yourself?
Do you enjoy making homemade masks to treat your skin?
We have posted many recipes on our channel, but today we will talk about a favorite of ours that can be incorporated to your skin care: Turmeric.
Also known as curcuma, or curcumin, turmeric offers benefits to the skin that have been proved by scientific studies and for more than five thousand years of use in Ayurveda.
Its main substance, curcumin, is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, and has healing, antiseptic, and anti-allergic properties;
If you want to learn more about it, watch the suggested video with the main benefits of curcumin to your health.
Up to now, we know many properties of this spice, and we have made many videos where it shows up as a main ingredient for natural medicines, but you probably still don’t know how to use it to improve your beauty.
And that’s why, in today’s video, we will show you 3 turmeric masks for a clean skin, shiny and free of impurities.
Turmeric and coconut oil mask
Coconut oil is a great natural medicine to eliminate acne and zits. Because of the medium-chain fatty acids it has, it is easily absorbed. It is able to restore the natural balance of skin, and also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Turmeric and honey mask
Honey also has powerful antimicrobial properties, and has figured in many beauty recipes on our channel. It helps disinfect and heal deep cuts and wounds, and is highly moisturizing. This mask if perfect for people with combination skin.
Turmeric and milk mask
Rich in lactic acid, milk acts as a natural whitening agent to illuminate your skin, giving it a gentle and perfect appearance. If you have dry or combination skin, whole milk is recommended. But, if your skin is oily, it’s better to use skim milk.
If you are afraid of using these masks because of turmeric’s color, don’t worry.
You can easily remove the spots on your skin, nails, and even on your clothes if you get dirty!
Did you know any of these recipes yet?
For being antioxidant, turmeric is also recommended to those who want to lessen or slow down the signs of premature aging.
Amazing, isn’t it?
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