3 Spices That Can Work Magic On Your Skin

3 Spices That Can Work Magic On Your  Skin

Will you believe me if I say you can treat all your skin-related issues, hair fall, and any other issue with the help of spices that are easily accessible in your kitchen? If not, then here's a little surprise information for you. Spices can do wonders for your skin! They do not only add flavor to your dishes but also do well in the beauty section.

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Turmeric For Healthy, Nourished Skin

We all know the ultimate benefits provided by turmeric. However, to give you a gist, turmeric contains inflammatory properties that assist fight acne, reduce wrinkles, and brighten skin tone. No wonder why Muslim and Hindi festivities have one entire dat dedicated to this amazing herb.

How To Use It?

Take one spoon of honey, add a pinch of turmeric, and make a thick paste. Apply the mixture to your skin and leave it for around 15 minutes. Wash your face after it, and see how it will cleanse your skin and give your skin a fresh glow.

Cinnamon For That Natural Flush

You need a single stick of cinnamon to change the flavor of any dish. It can do the same on your olfactory( relating to the sense of smell) senses. Cinnamon can boost blood circulation and assists your skin in breathing and reducing the chance of acne.

How Do You Use It?

If you're making a lip scrub or lip balm at home, add some cinnamon to it. The spice will draw blood to your lips and give them a natural, rosy look.

Pepper For Blackhead-Free Skin

Pepper, when applied on any part of the skin, can open the pores and allow the removal of stubborn blackheads, whiteheads, and acne. Indeed, it's a hot remedy for blackhead free skin, but the outcome will make you feel good about your skin.

How Do You Use It?

Take one spoon of yogurt with a pinch of black pepper, apply the mixture onto your nose, wash it after a few minutes, and see the result.

So, these are the top 3indian spices that can do wonders for your skin. Please share it with the people who do not want to visit dermatologists and can make their skin wonderful at home.

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