Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne Naturally

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Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne Naturally

Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne Naturally

Posted by: Sania 3/29/2018

Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne NaturallyWomen are prone to acne due to various reasons such as, skin allergies, hormonal problems and cosmetics. I’ve seen women go to great lengths to attain a flawless, glowing and acne-free skin. But the best way to go around solving this problem is by using natural herbs. These herbs can potentially detoxify your blood stream which ends into a skin mostly free of acne. Let’s start with our list of these magic ingredients!

1. Red Clover

This came off to me as a surprise because as I had never really heard of this name before. This herb supports cardiovascular health and also maintains blood flow, insists researcher Ellen Evan Evert Hopman. A wide majority of naturopathic doctors suggest this herb; it does taste a little bitter however the effects are magical. For a change, you should start mixing it with flavored tea. What works as a wonder is that it makes your bowels move and makes you urinate regularly. When people consume this herb orally, it has the effect of an alternative, which means it can help with stimulating our immunity system.

2. Chaste Tree Berry

This herb is known to have a balancing effect on our hormones, and we all know that more often than not, imbalanced hormones become an underlying cause of acne. It acts on the pituitary gland of the body and helps increase the progesterone and also leads to decreasing estrogen which keeps the skin acne-free. This dried fruit has the fragrance of pepper and it tastes somewhat like pepper as well. A research conducted in the Michigan University suggested that people who consume this herb tend to have reduced symptoms of PMS, do not suffer with tender breasts and cramps etc. However women who are pregnant should avoid this because hormonal changes can make them lose their pregnancy.

3. Echinacea

It is a very well known herb and it also fulfills the function of an alternative. It has been known to significantly reduce the symptoms of a particular bacterium that causes acne, because it inhibits its inflammatory actions. This herb can also help you fight off any disease because it boosts immunity significantly. This herb has a neutral taste and if you consume it orally, it will cause a slightly numbing effect. To control this, you can stir some in a cup of tea and have it.

4. Chlorella

Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne NaturallyAnother amazing herb that you would love to add in your routine is chlorella. It’s basically a fresh-water algae that is single-stemmed. You would notice an increased use of this herb now in smoothies and even in many supplements. This herb happens to have all nine amino acids in it, along with many vitamins and mineral such as iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium etc. It really supports your overall health due to its anti-inflammatory properties. This might have adverse affects such as diarrhea however, in order to get over these side effects you must start slow. Take low dosage to begin with and slightly increase your consumption so that your system gets adjusted to it.

5. Red Sage

This is an incredible herb that helps the skin with healing lesions and pimples etc. This herb originally has a bitter taste so you should consider taking this in the form of capsules etc.

6. Dandelions

Six Skin-Detoxing Herbs That Can Heal Your Acne NaturallyDandelions are my favorite flowers and my favorite beauty tool as well. The flower, the stem and even the roots of this plant help regulate the health of your entire body. This flower has high amounts of antioxidants in it which help renew the skin cells. You can also have it as a detoxifying tea, and its aroma is amazing as well.

Author bio:

Sania is a student of accounts and finance. She enjoys shopping, trying out skincare remedies and blogging about anything that is related to beauty and self-care. Her love for pets, tea and traveling is eternal. She ritually posts at The Smart Women Blog.