Here we found 3 super easy and homemade honey recipes to heal your acne scars and not only!
Are you still full of acne redness and scars while acne is gone? Are you applying tones of makeup on your face to cover them even if you go to the gym or to mini-market for gums? Well, it’s quite tiring to be with your make up in hand all the time! We‘ve passed through this and we know how annoying and crazy this whole process is. For this reason, we at Gals and City suggest you try natural treatments with honey we’ve already tested before and is gonna beautify your face for good! Did you know honey offers antibacterial and antifungal properties to our skin as well as fights inflammations? Well, this precious gift of nature is super beneficial for possible acne remnants preventing also the risk of bruising. Furthermore, the antioxidants of honey help slow down aging, leaving your skin smooth and very well – hydrated! Needless to say, its bleaching properties remove the annoying redness and scars… and that’s what we want! So let’s see 3 super easy homemade honey recipes:
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Mix the ingredients in a bowl and apply the mixture on your scars or possible pimples for a few minutes. Then remove it with cool water. You can repeat it almost every day and you are gonna see good results after 15 days of perpetual use! Did you know that cinnamon loaded with essential oils, such as eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, ethyl cinnamate, and aromatic substances offers antiseptic properties, soothing the irritated skin and helping to bleach it?
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil
Blend the ingredients and massage onto wet skin in circular motions before rinsing. Thanks to its lightening properties, honey is effective when it comes to hyperpigmentation and post-acne marks. Of course, mixing honey with the miraculous moisturizer, coconut oil, you revive and heal your skin cells. Fade acne scars and hydrate your face skin all in once! What’s better?
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
- a pinch of sugar
Apply the mixture on the scars for about 15 – 20 minutes and when time lapses remove it with cool water. You can also repeat it every day or even twice a day. Have you ever try sugar in your beauty routine? Well, sugar is a precious beauty ally, thanks to its moisturizing properties! Thus, don’t hesitate to use it for a glowing result because it deeply hydrates the skin. Additionally, olive oil relieves, revitalizes, moisturizes the sensitive areas, and keeps the skin smooth. After all, olive oil, flavored often with herbs, was already known since ancient times – particularly from the plates of Linear B Writing – for its beneficial hydrating properties on the body and face.
Let Mother Nature heal you!