Benefits of Turmeric for Skin

The turmeric plant, cousin to ginger, grows as a beneficial spice that’s been used in foods for generations, but did you know that it’s also used for hair and skincare? Being an anti-inflammatory spice, many apply turmeric paste to help treat acne, cure stretch marks and even fade scarring.  It helps with anti-inflammatory which makes your skin glow.

Glowing Skin

This powerful spice contains curcumin, which can help rejuvenate dull skin and improve complexion.  We recommend Turmeric and Sandalwood Clay Face Mask if you’re looking to brighten your skin. Our face mask applies easily and quickly, and leaves your skin brighter and healthier. Within a few weeks your skin will feel like new!

Reduces Oily Skin

Turmeric gets rid of excess oils from the inside of your skin.  Overactive sebum, which is an oily substance produced by our sebaceous glands, can lead to breakouts. Body Scrubs can help regulate sebum production. Turmeric enters deep into your pores, cleansing them leaving your skin shinier and new, cutting down on chances of break outs that commonly occur with oily skin.

Fades Dark Spots and Lightens Skin

Curcumin is high in antioxidants that can slow down cell damage.  Turmeric paste and masks have been used for generations to lighten skin and remove dark spots from sun damage and aging. Turmeric produces a healing function that helps minimize skin trauma and fixes the skin. Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory abilities act as a shield from harm, helping protect and reduce the damage from the environment. 

Has Anti-Aging Effects

Because turmeric has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, it can protect deep layers of skin and reduce free radicals from skin cells.  

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