Natural Remedies For Your Skin

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Your skin is not just delicate but it is also very precious. Taking care of your skin should be of paramount significance in your beauty regime. However, this does not mean that you should liberally slather it with any over the counter available products. You need to rely on nature to give your skin the pampering and glow it needs. Sometimes going back to the nature is the best thing that can happen to your skin. Therefore, here are a few natural remedies that will save you a lot of money.

1) Raw Honey

Use of raw honey as a beauty product goes back to early decades of human race. Honey has been a part of beauty care for ages. Raw honey is considered one of the excellent sources of natural nutrients, enzymes, and vitamins. It also contains acids that significantly enhance the health of skin cells. Raw honey also moisturizes the skin and accelerates skin’s healing process. It has antimicrobial and antiseptic properties that help in the healing of injuries and scars, rashes or allergies, burns etc.

2) Avocado

Avocado contains vitamins such as A, D, and E that boosts the production of collagen, repairs age spots, and reduces inflammation of the skin. Avocado is not just good for consumption, when blended with honey and essential oils it can be applied topically as a facemask. This will hydrate and replenish your skin with essential nutrients.

3) Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has benefits that cannot be just limited to your skin. It is a well know ingredient used in shampoos and conditioners. However, it is a treasure trove when concerned with your skin. aloe vera can treat sunburns, fight bacteria and skin inflammation. Due to its detoxifying properties,it is used in skin infections and diseases.

4) Shea Butter

Shea butter has been used as a, exceptional medication for peeling and redness of the skin for ages. Lately shea butter has gained popularity as a moisturizing agent and it is an asset to your daily skincare routine.

5) Hydration

No matter what you apply or consume for better skin, it is essential to hydrate your skin with lots of water. It is recommended that you consume at least 9 glasses of water a day. This is not just good for you skin but also great for your health as it helps flushing out toxins.  Water will keep your skin hydrated, fresh and youthful.

6) Low Stress

Stress can and will ruin your skin. Stress contributes to hormonal imbalances that may contribute to acne breakouts.  Getting enough sleep and being well rested is integral to maintaining healthy looking skin. Raised levels of stress hormones can contribute to acne and pimples.

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