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Herbs That Can Make Your Skin Baby Soft
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Published: Feb 11, 2015
Females of all ages love to have healthy and glowing skin. However, not all beauty creams are fit for all skin types and this is where natural ingredients come in! There are many herbs that can help you get healthy and glowing skin. Here are some of our faves!

Almonds

Used as an ingredient in many good-quality lotions and creams, almond oil is one of the oldest of all cosmetics. It’s good for cleansing and nourishing dry and sensitive skin.

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Source: KUSALA LIFE

Angelica

A pretty, lush plant that will thrive in the smallest kitchen garden. Its stems and leaves can be used in home-made recipes for toilet waters and light fragrances.

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Source: Gardening Know How

Anise

The aromatic seeds have mildly anti-bacterial properties and can be used to freshen the breath. The essential oil can be used in massages. Just make sure not to use it if you have a rash.

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Source: Dylan Bauer Photography

Apricot

The fine-textured oil, derived from apricot kernels, is a very good all-purpose body moisturiser. Not only can it be used as an anti-wrinkle facial treatment, it is also fantastic at erasing those never embarrassing stretch-marks!

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Source: MKALTY

Avocado

Avocados contain lecithin, a protein which is good for dry or damaged hair. Use avocado in oil form as a moisturiser and hair conditioner. It’s also good for softening nails and cuticles.

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Source: Authority Nutrition

Banana

Banana is rich in vitamin A and potassium.The mashed pulp is very gentle when used on the skin, making good refining and cleansing face masks.

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Source: Wikipedia

Basil

Steep the dried leaves of this herb in hot water, then cool and strain before using the tea as a fresh-smelling bath fragrance.

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Source: EVOO MARKETPLACE

Calendula

Strain and cool an infusion of calendula leaves to make an effective skin toner. It can also be used as a hair rinse, as it is particularly good in highlighting tints in brown and reddish hair.
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Source: Homeopathy For Athletes

Chamomile

A good highlighter for fair hair, it is also effective in soothing tired eyes and chapped or dry skin. It makes a gentle skin toner and can be incorporated into a variety of bath treatments and face masks.
 

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Source: Globe Views

Chervil

Use a cooled infusion to soothe blemishes or fresh juice from the plant to treat various skin conditions, including pimples.

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Pantry Garden Herbs

Chives

Chives have a high sulfur and iron content, so the juice makes an excellent skin tonic and cleanser when dabbed on to the skin.
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Source: Wikipedia
Natural herbs to the rescue!
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