Herbs, Spice and Everything Nice…for Skin Health
Herbs and spices have been used throughout history to preserve foods, add flavor to dishes, heal internal ailments, and scent lotions and perfumes. In fact, their use dates back to the early Egyptians who primarily used them as natural medicinal remedies. Because herbs and spices were so powerful in healing the body, it didn’t take long for ancient civilizations to begin using them to care for their skin.
The benefits of herbs and spices like turmeric, cinnamon, rosemary and oregano transcend well beyond the body. When used appropriately in the treatment room or applied topically as part of a home care regimen, they can revitalize skin cells, treat hyperpigmentation, detoxify and stimulate circulation and regeneration.
Turmeric has been revered as one of the most powerful and natural antioxidants, exhibiting one of the widest spectrum’s of therapeutic properties and medicinal uses. A member of the ginger family, the spice has been given the moniker “golden goddess” for good reason. It has been shown to heal countless ailments within in the body, as well as serve as a powerful protector and healer for the skin.
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Courtesy: Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals & Skin Inc.