Herbal skin care

Herbal skin care

Skin care is not a topic of recent times; it has been in practice since ancient times, when herbal skin care was probably the only way to take care of skin. However, skin care has transformed in a big way. Herbal skin care routines have been replaced by synthetic/chemical-based skin care routines. The herbal skin care recipes which once used to be common place are not so popular today (and even unknown to a large population). This transformation from herbal skin care to synthetic, can probably be attributed to two things – our laziness (or just the fast pace of lives) and the commercialisation of skin care.

Even herbal skin care products have been marketed. These commercial herbal skin care products must be mixed with preservatives to increase shelf life, making them less effective than home-made fresh products. However, it seems that things are changing fast and that more and more people are now opting for natural and natural skin care routines. But still, nobody wants to do them at home and therefore the commercial market of herbal products for skin care is on the rise.

So what are these herbs or herbal skin care mechanisms?

Aloe vera, extract of aloe extract, is one of the best examples of herbal skin care product. Freshly extracted aloe vera is a natural mouth that helps soothe the skin. It also helps heal cuts and treat sunburns.

A number of herbs are known to possess cleansing properties. Dandelion, chamomile, lime blossom and rosemary herbs are some examples of these cleansers. Their herbal skin care properties are invoked when combined with other herbs like tea.

Antiseptics are another important part of Herbal skin care. Lavender, marigold, thyme and fennel are good examples of herbs that are known to possess antiseptic properties. Lavender water and rose water also form good toners.

Tea plays an important role in herbal skin care. Tea extracts are used for the treatment of skin damaged by UV rays.

Oils prepared from plant extracts are another way to heal herbal skin. Tea tree oil, lavender oil, borage oil and evening primrose oil are popular oils used in herbal skin care. Some fruit oils (for example, fruit extracts such as banana, apple and melon) find use in shower gels (moisturizing mixture)

Homeopathic treatments and aromatherapies are also part of herbal remedies for skin care.

Herbal skin care is not only for the skin care routine, but also for skin care and skin care. In addition, it is possible that it is more likely that it will be cheaper, even more attractive. So, herbal skin care is the way to go. However, this does not mean that you are discarding the synthetic products. Some people go to the extent of debating with their dermatologist, if he / she suggests a synthetic product. You should accept the fact that some skin orders might need clinical use of non-herbal skin care products.

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