How To Get Gorgeous Skin Using Honey

Honey’s often thought of as a healthier sweetener, but you might be amazed to learn that this ingredient has tons of skin and locks benefits, too. Prepared by the alchemy of bees collecting nectar, pollen, and resins from flowers, honey can aid moisturize, fight aging, and fight germs. Plus, it’s full of nutrients, antioxidants, and healing compounds. Next time you’re glancing the grocery store shelves, look for raw honey, which hasn’t been heat-cured or pasteurized; it comprises more active phytonutrient antioxidants and enzymes for enhanced advantages.

Here are a few methods to put the ingredient to apply (sometimes with the help of some other natural components).

  • Moisturizing Mask

Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it draws wetness from the air into the skin and make sure it’s retained it in the layers where it’s required most for penetrating long-lasting hydration.

Gentle Exfoliator

How to use

Spread 1 teaspoon raw honey on clean, dry skin, and let sit for 15to20 minutes. Wash with lukewarm water.

  • Pore Cleanser

The enzymes in raw honey make clear skin and keep holes clear and clean. Plus, the antiseptic properties of honey and jojoba or coconut oil also stop bacterial buildup that can lead to skin differences and breakouts.

How to use

Stir 1 tablespoon raw honey with 2 tablespoons jojoba oil or coconut oil until the blend is the spreadable consistency. Use to clean, dry skin, and massage gently in a circular motion, evading your eye range. Wash with tepid water.

  • Gentle Exfoliator

Honey is rich in antioxidants, enzymes, and other nutrients that nourish, wash and hydrate skin. Baking soda, meanwhile, is a gentle natural exfoliator that gets rid of dead skin cells, allowing new cells to emerge for a radiant facial appearance.

Gentle Exfoliator

How to use

Blend 2 tablespoons honey with 1 tablespoon baking soda. Squelch your skin with water, then gently scrub the concoction on your face or body in a circular motion. Wash well.

  • Acne Cure

Honey is antibacterial and antifungal properties that thwart germs that can lead to breakouts. Its anti-inflammatory properties will cool redness and irritation.

How to use

Use a dab of raw honey to affected areas, and sit for 10to15 minutes. Wash with tepid water.

  • Bath Soak

Honey’s not just hydrating; its antioxidants will repair skin and keep it from oxidative and environmental harm.

Bath Soak

How to use

Blend 2 heaping tablespoons raw honey with 1 cup hot water until dissolved. Mix to a tub of warm water, and soak.

  • Cuticle Moisturizer

Raw honey is rich in nutrients and enzymes to nourish and restore skin, and it’s a natural humectant, meaning it draws moisture into the membrane. Coconut oil conditions and defends, while the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar makes soften hard skin and balances pH for healthy growth.

How to use

Blend 1 teaspoon honey with 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar and 1 teaspoon coconut oil. Scrub over each cuticle, and let sit 5 to 10 minutes, then wash.


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