Banish Your Skin's Dryness with a Touch of Turmeric
Beyond its spectrum of benefits for physical and mental health, turmeric has an amazing effect on skin as well.
In order to prevent the skin from becoming too dry, oils and waxes are secreted by the sebaceous glands. This helps the epidermis retain moisture while keeping the skin soft and supple. Excessively oily skin, usually due to overactive sebaceous glands, can lead to acne, cysts, and other woeful skin conditions.
By gently exfoliating old skin cells (which collect on the skin and block pores) excess oil and impurities, your skin will look and feel smooth, soft and revitalised.
But wait, there's more:
Curcumin – one of the most important active compounds found in turmeric – is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral powerhouse.
Curcumin can not only halt inflammation in its tracks, but it also protects the skin by improving collagen production while vanquishing free radicals. And because it works so effectively for healing wounded skin, many of the manifestations of skin disease – dryness, rashes, scaliness, swelling, and irritation – are repaired since curcumin helps increase connective tissue formation and promotes blood flow.
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