We use various herbs on a daily basis, either as ingredients in the kitchen, medicines or to make potpourri. However, did you know that herbs are an excellent supplement to your beauty routine as well? If you haven’t incorporated them into your routine yet, now is the perfect time to do so. Here is a list of some amazing herbs which will help you glow again.

Burdock Will Fight Your Acne

One of the most stubborn skin conditions is certainly acne. Can you even remember how many products you have tried so far but you still haven’t gotten any satisfying results? Probably dozens. However, there is no need to be worried since we have found a simple solution to your problem – burdock. It is a true fighter against bacteria and an irreplaceable ingredient of DIY facial masks. You should boil it in water, then take the boiled water and mix it with powdered oatmeal. When the mixture cools, you can apply it to your face. Finally, it has been shown that burdock can help you treat eczema and psoriasis as well.

Calendula – For Lighter Hair and Prettier Skin

Another amazing herb is calendula. It can help you lighten your hair without using any heavy chemicals and thus risking damaging it. Furthermore, calendula is an important ingredient of different creams since it has been proven that this herb can significantly reduce inflammations and rashes. On top of that, it is incorporated into various natural products, such as supplements made by the amazing Herbs of Gold, which can efficiently eliminate various skin problems as well.

Chamomile – Another Powerful Ally

Another herb which is extremely useful in the fight against rashes and skin redness is chamomile. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is used in the treatment of all skin types. It has been proven that ointments containing chamomile can reduce dermatitis after using it once only. In addition to that, chamomile is a valuable ingredient of conditioners which are aimed at brightening and illuminating your hair.

Neem – Your Hair’s Best Friend

Another herb which can do wonders for your hair is neem. Its oil is widely used in combination with coconut oil and applied to the scalp before it’s washed. You just need to apply a few drops directly onto your hair and massage your scalp while doing so. The best time to do this is the evening since you can let it sit for the whole night, and then wash it off in the morning. This routine will help your hair grow faster, but also get rid of dandruff and other possible skin inflammations. It’s no wonder that neem is such a popular ingredient in anti-dandruff shampoos. So next time when you go shopping, take a look at the labels to make sure you’re making a good investment.

Turmeric – A Natural Antioxidant

Turmeric is an herb that contains a high level of curcumin, a natural antiseptic, due to which it is widely used in the field of cosmetics. Not only is it helpful in dealing with skin problems, such as eczema and acne, but it has been shown that it can slow down the aging process and the formation of stubborn wrinkles as well. Furthermore, turmeric can be used as a natural cleanser. You should mix its powder with milk, and then apply the mixture to your skin. Finally, rinse it off with gentle movements. We guarantee your skin will be smooth and soft like never before.

As you can see, herbs are important ingredients of various products in today’s cosmetic industry. With them as a part of your beauty routine, not only will you get prompt results, but you’ll also preserve the nature.

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