What should be the first step to rejuvenation?
Exfoliation: The lack-luster front on the skin is due to unattended dead cells. A mild face was should be used to remove dead cells. This helps in opening up clogged pores. Removal of excess oil is necessary as clogged pored are a perfect place for pimples to develop as oil or sebum traps dirt in the pores which further causes acne and skin irritation.
Aloe Vera and Our Skin.
How is Aloe Vera useful in skin rejuvenation?
Aloe Vera is commonly known as the 'burn plant'. Aloe Vera acts as a healer for multiple skin related problems and can treat Acne, Pigmentation, Skin dryness and irritation and brings a shine to the skin.
Aloe Vera is a cooling agent in itself and thus is the perfect remedy for Sunburn and keeping the oil secretions in tab. It possesses anti-inflammatory, healing and anti-fungal properties which makes Aloe Vera a must-have for your skin care regime. Packed with Vit. A, C, F, B, traces of B12 and niacin, Aloe also contains amino acids that help in blood circulation which further leads to that glow we all look for in our skin.
Vitamin E and Our Skin.
Vitamin E is a powerful anti-oxidant that acts as a protective shield over our skin and also repairs the everyday damages caused due to Sun, wind, experimentation with make up and unhealed scars and blemishes. Unfortunately, the human body does not produce Vitamin E. A layer of essential Vitamin E helps protecting the skin from the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays. Also, the harsh effect of chemicals is nullified.
The basic importance of Vitamin E is that it acts as a shield as well as a healer. While forming a protective layer over the skin, Vitamin E repairs the damage done. Vitamin E is not a substitute for Sun Screen but rather a protector from damage and degradation of the skin. Although it does help in reduction of sunburn when applied alongside with a sunscreen. Also, for dry and flaky skin, Vitamin E is a boon as it locks the skin's moisture and lets nourishment in yielding a patches-free and supple skin that shines with health.
Honey and Our Skin
What are the benefits of Honey?
Not many know this but Honey possesses Anti-bacterial properties. Inhibine, which prevents infections by killing the germs, forms a key ingredient of honey. Inhibine absorbs skin moisture to trigger its anti-bacterial protection cover. Honey proves to be an effective remedy for Eczema, Acne and other skin infections. Also, Honey speeds up the healing processes and skin growth so as to minimize any healing scars, clearing dry patches, tough pigmentation, blemishes and sun-spots.
Antioxidants in honey assure a smooth, supple and soft skin. The presence of Anti-oxidants delays aging. Honey wards off the dryness and nourishes our skin from within providing the nutrients it lacks. The presence of honey assures a non-greasy look while providing necessary moisture and bringing out the glow and flawlessness.
Manjishtha and Our Skin
What is Manjishtha?
Rubia Cordifolia or Manjishtha is an ayurvedic blood purifier which acts as a perfect remedy for skin infections including eczema, acne, scabies and any kind of allergic reactions. The skin diseases associated with oozing or edema are also treated with Manjishtha.
How does Manjishtha help in skin rejuvenation?
Manjishtha helps in releasing the natural moisture of our skin by improving our blood circulation. This natural moisture guards our over drying and patching of skin and also improves the skin's texture and elasticity. The aging process slows down due to better blood flow and skin is radiant, squeaky clean and full of life.
The perfect dose for a healthy skin in any kind of weather is proper blood supply, a protective shield and nourishment, all of which are provided by All Purpose Cream with Aloe Vera & Vitamin E.