Honey For Hair, Skin, Body & Beauty

It glitters like gold but gold is not at qualitative as honey. Gold only ornaments your body but honey revitalizes you from within. No wonder, it enjoys the status of being one of five heavenly foods in Hindu customs. It cuts your weight if you drink it with water, it makes you glow if you apply on skin and if you add it in your regular hair wash, you find a new shine in your locks. Wherever you put honey, it only benefits you.

There are myths that old age queens and princesses used honey as their beauty secret. That yesteryear beauty formula is backed with solid proof today. Numerous researches and studies have proved that honey incorporates wonderful nutritional values which can bequeath you with great body and beauty. In this article, we have mentioned a few tips to use this sweet natural delight to make your body, hair skin and health great.

Honey For Hair, Skin, Body & Beauty

Honey for facial glow

Honey is a great antioxidant which makes your skin naturally firm and also tones it up. Application of honey on your face gives you a smoother skin. It also works like a natural cleanser. You can apply it directly on your face or can mix with curd, multani mitti (diatomic mud) or any other face mask. It’ll give you equally good results.

To get an immediately rejuvenated skin, you can mix a tablespoon of honey with one egg’s white and apply the mix on your face for 10 minutes. Afterwards, wash it off to get a salon like facial experience.

Honey For Hair, Skin, Body & Beauty

Honey for lustrous hair

Honey puts wonderful effects on your hair too. It makes your hair grow faster as well as conditions greatly. When you mix honey with onion juice, it works as an impactful dandruff removing agent. To bring new shine to your hair using honey, you can mix honey with curd and apply it as hair mask. Leave this mix for a while on your hair and then rinse it off with help of a mild shampoo. This hair mask will make your hair amazingly soft and shiny. Some hair experts also suggest hair massage with only honey to stimulate hair growth.

Note – if you mix apple cider vinegar and honey together, you get the best natural conditioner which gives altogether a new texture to your hair.

Honey for great skin

Nowadays, beauty market is crammed up with commercial products which claim to have honey as the key ingredient. However, claims of these beauty products are not proven but honey is really good for your skin. It is an astounding natural cleanser and moisturizer. You do not need a special market borne product to use benefits of honey for your skin. You can directly use it to moisturize and clean yourself.

Mixing lemon juice with honey improves color tones of your skin as well as removes blemishes and dark spots from your body.

Note – Honey is quiet sticky, so, do not forget to wash yourself nicely with water after applying honey on your face/body.

Honey’s healthful qualities

Honey is one of the most potent natural antioxidants. Its medicinal properties have been mentioned in almost every ancient text, ranging from Vedas to old Greek literatures. It’s an important ayurvedic content which is used to cure numerous diseases as well as increase one’s immunity. Here, BeautyGlimpse has listed some health making use of honey –

  • Substitute sugar with honey to cut down your weight and make metabolic action of your body better which improves your digestive abilities too.
  • This golden liquid is also used as a great alternative to heal diabetic ulcers.
  • Taking a tablespoon of honey can reduce the impact of seasonal allergies on you.
  • Its antioxidant properties keep you away from many fatal maladies.
  • Honey curbs bad cholesterol level in your body and catalyzes growth of good cholesterol.
  • Mix a tablespoon of honey in a glass of water to instantly energize yourself.

Also Read – “How to Lose Weight Using Cinnamon Powder and Honey” here

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Anushakti Tarkeshwar Singh

Anu Shakti Singh is a writer by nature and profession who shows equal perfection in carrying off a mother’s responsibility as well as a fashionista’s garb.