This is a follow-up post to this one, with natural ingredients that help with general skincare and for treating skin conditions. Ready?

Mustard

Mustard is a natural skin exfoliator, so powder it and use it to scrub your face. You can add a few drops of Lavender or Rose Essential Oil for best results.

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Rich in carotene, lutein and Vitamin K, A and C, mustard can delay aging skin signs like wrinkles, fine lines or age spots.

When combined with Aloe Gel, mustard can hydrate and cleanse your skin gently.

Rich in Sulphur, it can treat skin infections. Mustard oil is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial, so good at treating different skin conditions.

Mustard oil can also lighten your skin and scars. What’s not to like about it?

Fenugreek

You probably use fenugreek in a few recipes or as a medicine, but do you know it has great skin benefits? Boil a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds and strain it. Now, use a cotton ball to apply it on your face. You will be surprised to see the acne scars lighten and reduce within a week’s time.

Soak a few fenugreek seeds overnight and grind it the next morning. Apply this to burn wound scars for a few days. The results will be nothing short of amazing!

Do you know grinding a paste of fenugreek leaves and applying it on your face can curb acne breakouts? You can wash it off next morning, with warm water. Yes, you can apply it daily if you have acne-prone face or use it when you have breakouts.

Do you know fenugreek is used to treat Eczema? It is a great anti-aging aid, as well.

Cumin Seeds

When added to water and consumed, it not only makes it tasty, it also helps eliminate toxins from the body. As a result, your skin will look better. Besides, it is rich in Vitamins and nutrients, which can aid with skin health.

Do you know you can prepare your own skin toner for acne-prone skin with Cumin seeds? Yes, boil a few seeds in water and strain it. Pour this mixture into a sterilized bottle and use as a skin toner, to prevent acne outbreaks. You can also add skin-friendly essential oils for better results.

Applying cumin topically, with turmeric powder is said to prevent acne breakouts and keep your skin clean and healthy. What’s not to like about it?

Clove

Clove has many health benefits, but do you know it is great for your skin? Clove is a great acne-buster. You can either apply Clove Oil directly on the acne, or apply a paste of Clove and Honey for welcome relief. Some find Clove Oil strong, so powdered clove should do the trick for them. You can also add lemon juice (skip if you have sensitive skin), for better results.

Cinnamon

Do you know cinnamon can give you fuller lips naturally? Yes, just add a pinch or two of cinnamon powder to coconut oil or your regular lip balm and massage for few seconds. Wipe or wash off after ten minutes. You’re done! Your lips will look fuller in no time.

Do you know applying a paste of cinnamon powder and honey to your face reduces acne breakouts? You can also apply this paste to get rid of acne, or add clove powder and nutmeg powder along with cinnamon powder and honey, for stubborn acne.

Olive Oil, cinnamon powder and honey make a good exfoliation scrub for your face. Want softer and dead-cells free skin? Cinnamon all the way!

Black Pepper

Oh, really! Don’t look at us like that. Of course, not many of us know Black Pepper is great for skin too. Do you know Black Pepper is currently very popular as a Vitiligo cure? Applying black pepper to Vitiligo affected skin can help restore skin pigmentation!

That’s not all! A scrub made with black pepper powder and honey is a great way to cleanse and exfoliate your skin. Rich in antioxidants, it can help prevent skin cancer and also, reduces and delays skin aging signs.

Do try out these tips and keep us posted with your results. Don’t have time for using these ingredients to prepare natural remedies? No worries, we at Revitol, have solutions that are all-natural and effective.

I love exploring ,analyzing and writing about health related issues and natural solutions for our skin and health... Thanks for stopping by, reading my post and I hope it helped you and gave you the information needed!