Turmeric is a Natural and Powerful Skincare Ingredient

Today, we are sharing two simple and inexpensive ways to incorporate turmeric into your skincare regiment and we share the benefits of turmeric soap and turmeric essential oil.

Turmeric is a commonly used spice throughout the world and has exhibited anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-neoplastic properties. In addition, growing scientific evidence shows that an active component of Turmeric, curcumin, may be used medically to treat various dermatologic diseases [scientific study]. 

Turmeric Soap: 

Turmeric soap is a beautiful product for all skin types and complexions. The soap can be used on the face and body. Adding this natural spice into your skincare products will help reduce both dark spots and blemishes. 

Organic spice has anti-aging properties as well. Using natural skincare ingredients such as Turmeric is a great way to take care of your skin and leave you with a glowing even skin tone. 

Turmeric Essential Oil: 

Turmeric Essential Oil is an extract of turmeric plants and is highly beneficial for your skin. The essential oil from Turmeric is much more concentrated than its powder form. Even though it is helpful in any form, oil does hold several advantages. It has a strong spicy aroma with a dark yellowish color. If you want to achieve radiant and glowing skin, Turmeric essential oil can be helpful. It can keep blemishes and acne marks away. You can develop your own turmeric skin oil by mixing two drops of turmeric essential oil with three tablespoons of olive oil. Use a few drops of this mixture to massage your skin every day before bed. Let it rest on your face overnight. The mixture can be stored in a container for further use.

Where other harsher products could irritate sensitive skin, Turmeric may be the answer to many skin conditions. Use a simple anti-inflammatory soap or as an essential oil diluted in a carrier oil.

Best wishes with your skincare routine. 


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