For so long, tumeric has been one of the incredible food ingredients in the kitchen. Tumeric, a yellow - orange spice is known to be related to ginger and is notable for its health benefits because of its curcumin components. Quite surprising, it is now a common practice to see most women making use of this supposedly kitchen ingredient on their face. How medically true is the use of tumeric beneficial to the skin? To find out, keep on reading!
Benefits of Applying Tumeric On The Skin.
- Treating psoriasis: Psoriasis is a very devastating skin condition that you do not want to experience at all. Using tumeric may control symptoms and skin flares. It can be used either by adding it to the food and eating directly or using it as a food supplement.
- It can help in treating acne scars: Tumeric can be used on the skin directly as a face mask to get it into the deep pores of the skin and also to make it glow. One tip to this is to add yoghurt, honey or milk before applying.
- Treating scabies: Apart from psoriasis, scabies, caused by mites can be cured by combining neem and tumeric and applying it on the affected areas.
- Treating wounds faster: The curcumin present in tumeric enables faster wound healing by reducing how your body responses to cutaneous wounds. It also enables tissue and collagen formation after wounds to heal wounds rapidly.
The list may go on and on but these few are enough reasons why you should start using this amazing kitchen ingredient on your skin and not only for your meals. But make sure you do not have any allergies to this spice before making use of it. All the best as you try out your luck on this spice! ;)
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