Everyone wants to look pretty and have their skin glowing but the harsh economy has made Kenyan ladies turn honey into beauty products.
Honey is a powerful ingredient for a skin treatment that fights against bacteria, tightens the skin pores, protects skin from sun damage and moisturizes the skin.
The unique process that creates honey makes it especially valuable for cosmetic uses, such as clearing acne, healing scars, and evening out skin tone.
Raw, unpasteurized honey has the most potential for topical application on the skin. Keep reading to find out how honey can be applied to your face and help your skin.
Regular application will make your skin whiter, softer and shinier. Good news for those with oily skin, baking soda acts as a good oil which absorbing agent to clear excess oil.
Here are some of the benefit of honey on the skin that has made some Kenyan ladies to use as a beauty product.
Moisturises the skin deeply
The reason why honey is often found as a base ingredient for almost every beauty product is that it deeply moisturizes the skin from deep within.
The enzymes present in Honey enables it to easily seep into the skin while conditioning it and softening it from deep within.
Honey is a natural moisturizer as well as a natural antiseptic. This not only keeps your skin soft and healthy but also makes sure less of a scar is left behind.
Additionally, the antioxidants present in honey help repair damaged the skin.
Honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that aids in not only in the removal of excess oil from the surface of the skin but also clearing out any blockages or clogged pores, which if not treated can cause constant breakage of acne and pimples on the skin.
The natural antioxidants present in Honey help control wrinkles and fine lines on the face.
Applying honey on face in the form of a homemade Honey mask will help increase your skin’s elasticity, thus making it look youthful and glowing.
Adds a natural glow
Among the many uses of Honey, using it to add a touch of natural glow on the face tops the chart.