My Favorite Home Remedies For Glowing Skin

Don’t you find it fascinating that people are intrigued by the folk wisdom of prior generations? Especially when it is comes to health and skin care. Despite the fact that we have access to jaw-dropping scientific advances, holistic therapies and natural skincare have never been more popular. As a person who researches natural skin care for a living, I’d like to share some of my favorite home remedies for glowing skin.

If you stop to think about it, it isn’t so surprising great results come from old-school methods of skin care. Our great-great grandmothers were pretty smart cookies. They understood how to use natural substances like egg whites, pulverized egg shells, corn meal, honey, rose petals, dried lavender, etc., to cleanse, soften and protect their skin.

One of my favorite home remedies for glowing skin is lemon juice. My mother used to rinse my hair in it to make it shine. Because of this, I got the idea to apply lemon juice directly on my age spots. Not surprisingly, the lemon juice had a significant lightening effect on these unsightly dark blotches.

I have to tell you, though, this effect is temporary. Unless you keep using the juice, the dark spots eventually return. I learned this is because the juice is a topical treatment. Lemon juice doesn’t possess the proper molecular structure to allow it to interact at the cellular level to treat the root cause of the dark spots.

Another one of my favorite home remedies is honey. Honey has been used since ancient times for its wonderful healing properties, particularly when applied to the skin. Scientists now understand why. It is due to special enzymes which infuse it with amazing antibacterial and antioxidant properties.

Fortunately, I found a product made with high concentrations of active Manuka honey, a special type of honey gathered from the manuka bush, which grows uncultivated in New Zealand. This substance possesses even greater healing abilities for the skin, due to the presence of a unique antibacterial property. Scientists call this the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF), which is not found in all types of manuka honey.

As a result I get all the skin-supporting benefits of using honey, without having to deal with the sticky mess.

I have discovered other specially-formulated products containing high concentrations of natural substances which have been used, historically, as home remedies for glowing skin. Scientists have learned the value of harvesting, testing and creating products with natural extracts which consumers can use in a convenient, face cream form.

Using these Nature-based creams results in significant improvements in brightness, firmness, even-tone, elasticity and natural moisture. The visible improvement is direct evidence of the improvement taking place within the deep cellular structure. So, if you have been trying to find home remedies for glowing skin, why don’t you check out the latest scientific breakthroughs based on ancient wisdom?

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