Great home made solutions for your skin
The good news is that nature is filled with a lot of natural products that can be used and will enhance the development of your skin and repair it when it breaks down. Scientific studies are showing that foods like pomegranates, green tea and mushrooms do not just taste great but they are also extremely beneficial in promoting the good health of your skin.
If you want to deal with skin care challenges the natural way then here are a few suggestions you may want to consider because of their specific ingredients that are beneficial to your skin:
- Argan oil: This is extracted from a tree that grows in Morocco and has been called liquid gold for its rich properties. It is rich in Vitamin E and helps deal with Eczema, Psoriasis, Wrinkles, and dry skin. You may also want to try Walnut, Olive oil, safflower, Avocado and evening Primrose oils for better skin quality.
- Soy: Active soy in some natural skin products has been enhanced in the laboratory for even better results. Licorice, Mulberry, and Burberry extracts combined with Vitamin C from citrus fruits such as lime, lemon, Grapefruit and oranges are also very effective foe dealing with many skin conditions that we know about.
- Maitake Mushrooms: These are also good for people with other skin conditions such as sensitive skin and redness. You will also benefit from Chamomile, Oatmeal, Licorice, and Cucumber extracts which all have very good soothing properties. Try also Feverfew which is a member of the Sunflower family since it has calming properties.
- Rhodiola: It is also refereed to as the golden root and grows in the Himalayas. It is quite good for treating skin conditions that bring along dryness of the skin and will also improve skin sensation.
- Coffee Berry: harvested from the coffee cherry, the outer cover of the coffee bean. It has powerful antioxidant qualities that could even be greater than those of pomegranates, berries, and green teas. Treatment with extract is said to greatly improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and skin pigmentation.
- Green Tea: It is rich in antioxidants especially those that curb the ultra violet rays that causes skin damage. You may also add pomegranate products to the list of plants that can help with fighting the effect of UV rays.
- White Tea: This is tea hat is unfermented and uncured and only the young tips are used. Extracts from this part of the plant are also known to be good in protecting the body from ultra violet rays that damages human skin.
Finally, take your time to research on any natural product before you begin using it to deal with wrinkles. Some could be dependent on the nature of your skin but generally natural products do not have any side effects. A consultation with your dermatologist should clear the air any time you are in doubt.