Finding the right natural beauty ingredient for your skin becomes quite a daunting task sometimes. What if it causes rashes on my skin? Do natural ingredients actually work? What if it clogs my pores? These questions normally don't let us experiment, and we cling to our old, boring skincare routines.
What if we tell you that the part you're scared about has already been done and we are here with the final result? We have thoughtfully tested out honey just as a skin care product on different skin types, and here is how you can benefit from it keeping in mind your skin type.
Is honey more than just a sweet treat?
Well, fortunately, honey is a treasure trove that benefits the skin in ways you can not imagine. This golden liquid comes from bees and is filled with proteins, amino acids, minerals and vitamins. There is so much to offer, but we are just using it as a sweet treat. Not anymore.
Companies have already been utilizing this ingredient in their skincare products. From lotions to face cleansers, honey is an essential part of the ingredient list. So do you have to buy new products that have honey? No, why spend so much when raw, unpasteurized honey will give your skin a complete makeover?
Benefits of Using Raw Honey:
As mentioned earlier, honey is a superpower. So let's not wait and dive into its benefits:
Honey's antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help fight acne breakouts. It contains many bacteria that can heal acne spots, redness on the skin, and scars.
Acacia honey is one type that is extremely rich in antioxidants like iron, potassium, vitamin C, and copper. Putting this on your skin will make a noticeable difference in blemishes, scars and acne.
You can either put it on spots and leave it for some time or make a paste with either milk or Turmeric for better results.
Please remember if you are sensitive to products related to bees, avoid using raw honey on your skin.
- Provides moisture and glow:
Wait, can using honey make my skin glow like a star? Yes, honey's skin brightening properties can bring back the natural glow of your face that hides behind the dead skin cells.
Moreover, it is also a natural moisturizer, leaving your skin all plumper and fresh for the day.
Believe it or not, you can use raw, natural honey on your skin for cleansing. Its smooth consistency can stimulate hydration even if you have dry or dull skin.
Yes, we all know the fear behind not using it as a moisturizer—that it may clog your pores like coconut oil. Luckily, honey is non-comedogenic and hydrates your skin without causing any breakouts or clogging your pores.
Is there any specific type of honey that can help?
Yes, Sidr Honey is a natural cleanser that removes dead skin cells and cleanses the skin, leaving it all radiant and moisturized.
Studies suggest honey can maintain a moist environment due to its soft texture. This way, it can act as a great protective barrier to heal wounds, especially cuts and burns.
Not only that, but you can also make an overnight soothing mask with honey for sunburns or heating skin.
All in all, there is so much more to unlock about the world of honey, and we can't wait to share it with you. So, have you decided on how you are going to incorporate honey into your skincare routine? Now the problem is, where can you find unpasteurized natural honey in Pakistan? Don't fret; at Nur Products, you can find an extensive range of natural and fresh items, especially Acacia and Sidr honey. Don't forget to check out the website!