Some people may think that wild plants only disturb the landscape of their yard. However, some of these plants actually have a number of benefits for tightening and brightening facial skin, you know.
Not a few people believe that plants do have certain properties that are effective in overcoming several health problems. This is because plants have been used as traditional medicine for decades.
Some people may already know plants such as aloe vera and peppermint leaves which can help treat skin problems. Apart from these two plants, it turns out there are many other plants that can help mothers get beautiful skin, including wild types of plants.
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So, what wild plants can you use to tighten and brighten the skin on your face? Check out the following list.
The chamomile plant is known to contain high levels of the alpha-bisabolol compound, this can help reduce inflammation, thereby relieving acne, rashes and eczema on your skin. This compound is also known to relieve discoloration caused by sunburn or acne due to its brightening properties.
This wild plant with beautiful flowers loves light and needs lots of direct sunlight. Mothers can care for them by occasionally watering mature plants. Harvest the flowers to use in your beauty routine.
Yarrow is a plant that has been around for thousands of years, it is known as a perennial flowering plant originating from Europe and Asia. This plant has been used in traditional Ayurvedic, Chinese and American medicine for centuries.
This plant is known to have a number of benefits that are good for skin health, such as tightening the skin as a natural astringent, shrinking pores and reducing acne, as well as calming the skin with its anti-inflammatory properties.
3. Moringa leaves
Quoting from the Healthshots page, Moringa is a small-leaved plant which is often referred to as a miracle tree and is a food that can increase energy and mood, as well as being protective for skin and hair.
Moringa and the oil derived from its seeds contain vitamins A, C, and E. This is closely related to the natural sebum produced by the skin which makes it a perfect moisturizer.
4. Ivy Flower
In traditional medicine, ivy can be used on the skin to help heal wounds and scrapes, and reduce swelling.
Quoting from the CNN page, this flower is the best medicine for skin inflammation. Ivy also contains astringent substances that can prevent wrinkles on the skin. This flower was a mainstay toner in the past, Mother.
5. Violet Liar
This beautiful purple flower is known to be an anti-inflammatory plant that can help the skin healing process in an easy way. This flower can soften the skin when acne and rashes appear.
Plantain is a plant belonging to the Plantaginaceae family. The population is almost all over the world. This plant is believed to be able to treat inflammation, eradicate acne, and eliminate rashes on the skin.
Most people usually consume this flower directly or apply it to the area of inflammation.
7. Purslane Flower
Purslane is an effective moisturizer because it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, especially alpha-linolenic acid, and contains natural moisturizing factors. Additionally, it also provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits through vitamins C, E, glutathione, and beta-carotene.
This flower is also rich in vitamin A which can regulate skin cell turnover and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, Mother.
So, those are some wild plants that can tighten and brighten facial skin. Hopefully it’s useful, yes, Mother.
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