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26 Mar 2019, Edition - 1351, Tuesday

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Health Matters

4 Natural Beauty Ingredients That Soothe The Skin

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Whether your skin is sensitive, a new product has left it irritated or it is burned from sitting in the sun for too long, it’s always handy to know what can ease it. Beauty has a number of natural ingredients that do just that. They calm irritation and bring relief, no matter how badly your skin is affected so don’t be surprised if you see them featuring in many beauty products. These 4 natural beauty ingredients soothe the skin greatly so use them for your next homemade face treatment.

1. Oats

Oats finds popular usage not just at the breakfast table but also to bring relief to those suffering from skin conditions like chicken pox, eczema or even diaper rash in infants. Oats have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds which tone down itchiness and redness with ease.

2. Chamomile

Now we’ve all heard of a cup of chamomile tea to de-stress but its extracts are also good for the skin. It is a natural ingredient that has healing properties and can be applied topically to treat redness and irritation.

3. Milk

Did you know that milk can do as much good on the outside as it does on the inside? Raw milk is filled with AHAs, vitamins and more, which together moisturises the skin, lends it with healthy fats and helps treat burns.

4. Licorice Root

Licorice tea is a herbal treatment that many sip on but the root from which it is made is also beneficial for the skin. Licorice Root contains powerful actives which are anti-inflammatory in nature and have been used to treat conditions like dermatitis and psoriasis for centuries.

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