Skin Care: Fight Skin Problems With Turmeric; Learn Ways To Use For Glowing Skin

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Skin Care: Fight Skin Problems With Turmeric; Learn Ways To Use For Glowing Skin

Skin Care: Add turmeric to your beauty regimen and keep many skin problems at bay

 

Highlights

  1. Turmeric has properties that are beneficial for your overall health
  2. Turmeric can help you fight multiple skin problems
  3. Mix turmeric with some simple ingredients to use it for skin

Turmeric the golden spice is an essential part of every Indian kitchen. This amazing spice can be used for many purposes other than cooking. Turmeric is loaded with medicinal properties along with multiple benefits for the skin. You can add turmeric to your skin care routine. It will help you fight many skin problems as well as will give you a natural glow. It is loaded with anti-bacterial properties as well as anti-inflammatory properties. It can reduce swelling, treat acne, reduce wrinkles and prevent skin irritation. So what are you waiting for? Add this natural formula to your beauty regimen and keep your skin healthy and glowing

Dr. Shireen Furtado, consultant dermatologist, cosmetic and laser physician also explained, “Turmeric has properties that are beneficial for not just the skin but for overall health as well. Turmeric is a rich source of manganese and iron, and other essential minerals such as potassium, Vitamin C, calcium, zinc among others. Turmeric is a natural antiseptic and has anti-bacterial properties, which comes from the active component in turmeric called ‘curcumin’. Using the spice for the skin could be especially beneficial for those suffering from inflammatory skin conditions,”

“The gritty nature of turmeric also acts as a mild, natural exfoliant for the skin. Some studies show that turmeric can boost collagen production in the skin, has anti-aging benefits and can reduce the appearance of scarring or stretch marks. It also has wound healing properties. It down-regulates inflammation and has shown no adverse effects even in high doses. It is aptly named as medicine of the people,” added Dr. Shireen

Written by Anindita Ghosh