Turmeric Mask 4 oz

Turmeric contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components. These characteristics may provide glow and luster to the skin. Turmeric may also revive your skin by bringing out its natural glow

Since acne is an inflammatory disease, a turmeric mask’s anti-inflammatory properties may help soothe blemished skin and promote healing. In the book “The Yoga of Herbs,” authors David Frawley and Vasant Lad advise combining turmeric with sandalwood powder and applying the paste to the skin.

Itchy and painful, eczema appears as red scaly patches on the skin. As with acne, turmeric applied topically can soothe the skin and reduce redness and inflammation. A December 2001 article in “Yoga Journal” recommends leaving a turmeric paste on the affected for 20 minutes and then rinsing with cool water.

Skin Rejuvenation
Women in India and other parts of Asia use turmeric masks for skin rejuvenation and to soften the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Regular use of a turmeric face mask is also believed to lighten uneven pigmentation and promote soft, supple skin.

Characterized by ruddy skin, small pimples and dilated capillaries, rosacea may flare up in middle age and is more common among fair-skinned individuals. Regular use of a turmeric face mask may reduce the redness and small pimples associated with rosacea. The Pakistan-based Cyrus Clinic recommends daily use of a turmeric face mask to treat rosacea.

1. Apply a thin layer to a clean skin, avoiding eyes
2. Relax and let the mask to sit for 15-20 minutes
3. Rinse the mask off with warm water

If irritation occurs, rinse immediately and discontinue use. 
Do not apply on broken skin

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