Spinacia Oleacea on Your Skin

During my teenagers years, Popeye, with his odd accent and improbable forearms, used spinach to gain strength from them.

During my teenagers years, Popeye, with his odd accent and improbable forearms, used spinach to gain strength from them. Spinach contain iron, and, apparently, Popeye helped to increase the American consumption.

Its scientific name is Spinach Oleacia, and you can eat this vegetable in a salad, row or cooked, even though the best advice is to cook the greens for a better digestion. The iron is not the only benefit gained from spinach.

Benefits of the spinach derive from the content of vitamins A, C, E, and K1 as well as folic acid, calcium, and antioxidants as lutein, zeaxanthin, queretin, and caretinoids.

Radiant Skin Tone

Folate and vitamin K can reduce the prevalence of dry skin, acne, and stretch marks, minimizing bruising and dark circles. This leafy green is so rich in vitamins , that can be, also used to relieve itchy, dry skin, leaving a radiant complexion.

Antioxydant Activity

The beta-carotene is an antioxidant, which aids skin repair and slow cancer cells. The vitamin C promotes collagen Synthesis, aiding skin cell repair and growth. The iron is responsible for providing oxygenate the tissue.

Skin Rejuvenation

The lutein and zeaxanthin fight radicals and reduce oxidative stress. The vitamin A in spinach can protect the skin from UV radiation. It fights oxidative stress occurring on the dermal layers and promotes skin health. The magnesium has the ability to heal wound, and skin’s infections.

For the purpose of skin improvement, we provide our spinach based soap, green in color and affecting the skin as you would use spinach, plus the oils that enrich the skin.

We also provide here a great recipe for a face mask and hair. Iron deficiencies have been linked to hair loss. Spinach, a rich source of iron, may help combat hair loss.

Ingredients:

6 leaves of spinach blended with few drops of water

1 tablespoon raw honey

2 tablespoon squeezed lemon juice

Mix the ingredients together, and apply on face,

it will be sticky but leave it on for 20 minutes.

Have a great skin!

The Benefits of the Parsley in Cosmetics

In cosmetis, the parsley is perfect to create natural bath and body products, that will care for the skin and hair.

In cosmetics, the parsley is perfect to create natural bath and body products, that will care for the skin and hair. The parsley is high in vitamin C, and vitamin C helps the skin to build up collagen, which gives the skin its structure and strength. Collagen helps to iron out fine lines and wrinkles.

It has been used for years in facial for its ability to heal blemishes and clean and soothe skin. Dried parsley flakes help to exfoliate dead skin cells and provide a lovely natural green color to soap.

It is an anti inflammatory, and rich in vitamin A and K. While the vitamin K in parsley may improve bone health, protect against chronic diseases, only if ingested, the vitamin A has anti-oxidant benefits. This is the perfect cosmetic ingredient for creating natural bath and body recipes for skin and hair.

There are two types of parsley that you can grow in your garden, the flat-leaf parsley, more flavorful, and the curly parsley. We used the flat parsley on all our soaps parsley based.

First this herb can be used to cleanse pores and regulate your own oil production. So, adding this herb to your typical skin care routine may help to promote more clear and healthy skin. Plus this herb has disinfectant properties to help to fight as well as reduce sore breakouts.

This rejuvenate herb helps and promotes faster healing for the skin. Further, this cosmetics herb has properties that can be used to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, or reduce under eye circles and puffiness.

For the hair, this herb can help to reduce hair loss. used on scalp can provide the extra nutrients and nourishments you need to keep your luscious locks for longer.

Further, this herb will promote hair growth that looks healthier and silky smooth. Plus, you can include this herb in your hair care recipes to enhance your natural hair color and provide a healthy shine.

This cosmetic herb helps to soothe the skin. This is especially useful for helping irritating bug bites. Not only will rubbing fresh parsley help to reduce the pain of the sting, but this herb can be useful for promoting faster healing.

Many have, also, used this herb to reduce the pain and inflammation that go along with bruises. Additionally, you can use this herb to fade the color of dark spots, freckles, and acne marks.

You can use parsley to even out your skin tone. Be aware that if you are allergic to celery, you may be allergic to parsley too. Do not use the soap if you are allergic to parsley.

Mask for face and hair

Ingredients: parsley and yogurt

Apply for 15 minutes, you can add honey, and lemon juice, egg and olive oil.