Turmeric is one of the most potent healing spices in the world. It is one the most researched plants in the world. There are so many reasons to eat turmeric. The medicinal properties of turmeric have been the subject of over 6000 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies.
According to Mayo Clinic: “Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness in your face and often produces small, red, pus-filled bumps. Although rosacea can occur in anyone, it most commonly affects middle-aged women who have fair skin.”
Rosacea also affects men as much as it does women,
Turmeric is a great remedy for rosacea, because it is packed with anti-inflammatory properties that are key to optimal skin health. Let’s take a look at the ingredients in this rosacea fighting turmeric mask.
They are packed with healthy fats called medium-chain fatty acids, which help keep skin moisturized and smooth to the touch. It is also a good source of vitamin E, which is known as a potent skin health vitamin.
Turmeric is one of the most potent healing spices in the world. It is the subject of many clinical studies. It contains incredibly potent anti-inflammatory properties, and is believed to help with skin conditions like rosacea.
Mix 1/2 a cup of coconut oil, 2 Tbsp of coconut flour and 2 Tbsp of turmeric in a dark BPA-free glass container.
Spread about 1 Tbsp of the mixture on the face, enough to cover the affected areas.
Let the mixture sit for 15-20 minutes.
Remove gently with a warm damp towel, and follow by spraying your face with organic rose hyrdrosol or with hazel.
Store the rest of the mixture in a cool dry place or keep refrigerated.
If you refrigerate, you will need to keep the mixture at room temperature 1 hour before you use it.
We recommend 100% Pure Rose Hydrosol.
Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this rosacea fighting turmeric mask!
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1. “Rosacea.” Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, n.d. Web. 15 Aug. 2015.
2. “Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Spices, Turmeric, Ground.” Self Nutrition Data. Self Nutrition Data, n.d. Web. 15 Aug. 2015.