Directions: Use the dropper to dispense sufficient drops on the palm of your hand or directly pour them down your face. Dab or pat the drops, pushing them into the pores, to help your skin absorb the off and make use of its benefits much quicker.
Found in damp areas, Centella is an old botanical with newfound popularity in the quest for natural ingredients in skincare. The herb is especially beneficial for improving circulation as well as the synthesis of collagen and skin tissue. Incorporating this herb’s benefits into your daily skincare regimen supports the skin’s underlying structure, therefore, fending off the tell-tale signs of aging – wrinkles, and loss of firmness.
It attains the uppermost rank in homeopathy for it can be used in all cases where the skin is pigmented or has scars due to acne or any other conditions related to the skin. This flowering herb not only makes the skin healthy but also provides it with a glowing appearance by nourishing it. Oregon grape comprises naturally occurring chemicals that help fight bacterial and fungal infections. Oregon grape also slows down the overproduction of skin cells in diseases such as psoriasis.
Flowers of Butea Monosperma have been used since ancient times to maintain an even complexion and suppleness of the skin. Although known as the “flame of the forest”, it has such antimicrobial and wound-healing properties, that this euphoric herb can help limit the production of free radicals which can damage skin cells and thereby reduce the signs of aging. Butea perfects your skin by getting rid of various skin disorders and the irritation or inflammation caused by them such as boils, pimples, rashes, swelling, and skin ulcers.
Since it contains naturally powerful antioxidants, rosemary strengthens the capillaries and helps to slow down the effects of aging on the skin. This herb’s medicinal qualities can help to treat acne, oily skin conditions, and reduce swelling and puffiness of the skin. Moreover, it helps to heal burns and soothe the skin.
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