Want to improve your skincare? Include THESE spices in your skincare routine

The spices in your kitchen are not just for consumption, but great ingredients to be a part of your skincare routine. Our grandmothers swear by the miracle properties of spices and now we know why! Containing endless goodness and medicinal properties, the skincare product that you have been looking for so long might just be hidden away in your kitchen cabinet. Read on to find out how you can use spices in your skincare routine. Read on to find out how you can use spices in your skincare routine.
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1. Turmeric for instant glow

 

Possibly the most effective and easily found spices, turmeric’s healing property has been known for centuries. A powerful anti-inflammatory and skin brightening spice, turmeric also has antibacterial properties. Mix some turmeric with curd, apply the paste on your face, leave it on for fifteen minutes and then wash it off with lukewarm water for an instant, bright glow.

2. Cumin for its anti-ageing properties

Cumin is rich in skin-nourishing vitamin E. Cumin is also famed for its natural antioxidants that help fight the free radical damage which is the number one cause of premature skin aging. Cumin also has disinfectant properties that keeps skin clear of toxins and infections. Add cumin seed oil to apple cider vinegar, and you have a skin toner ready! This toner can cure boils, pimples and acne in a jiffy.

3. Cinnamon for a healthy tinge of colour

Cinnamon is a great ingredient with which you can make a lip polish. Add some cinnamon powder to petroleum jelly and apply the paste to your lips. The cinnamon will draw blood to your lips and make them look plump and rosy. Cinnamon improves blood circulation, helps skin breathe and eliminates acne.

4. Fennel to calm redness and irritation

Actually a root, fennel is also an excellent product for sensitive skin. This spice has shown visible effects on redness, irritation and rashes due to sun exposure. Sensitive skin does not react harshly to fennel, thus making it a safe product. Soak some fennel seeds in water overnight and spritz some of it on your face next morning for instant freshness.

5. Nutmeg as a natural antiseptic

For a smooth and hydrated skin, turn to nutmeg. A spice with antiseptic properties, nutmeg also reduces inflammation and irritation of the skin. You can use nutmeg powder as a hydrating, non irritant exfoliate for dry skin.

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