How To Use Honey To Fade Scars, Stop Hair Loss And Delay Skin Aging

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Do you know how to use honey to fade scars, delay skin aging and stop hair loss?

Everyone can agree that beauty comes from within, but what about from withing a beehive? You bet! By using one of nature’s amazing gifts given to us, you can easily wipe out skin aliments, under eye circles, dry patches and even scars.

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Raw, organic honey is the perfect natural solution for a number of beauty woes, such as dry hair, acne, dandruff and even for fixing your tanning.

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Besides it’s powerful health properties inside the human body, honey can be used as a pretty effective beauty product. Honey is full of antioxidant, antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and can improve your skin and hair in numerous ways.

Fades Scars

Scars are hard, and almost impossible to treat, but yet, you can use honey to lighten and minimize their appearance.

Honey will speed up to healing process, tissue regeneration, and will revive the skin cells where the scar is. This will help to fade away the scar.

All you need to do is to mix an equal amount of extra-virgin coconut oil and honey (amount depends on the scar size). Massage the affected area with the mixture in a circular motion for about minute or two. Take a warm cloth and place it over the scar, leave it until it cools down and than wipe it nicely. Repeat the procedure two times a day.

Hair loss

Main cause of hair loss is lack of iron, an this mixture will help it recover and make it grow faster!

You’ll need to make a mixture of 3 tablespoons cinnamon, 6 tablespoons raw organic honey and 6 tablespoons olive oil.

In a pot place the olive oil over fire and heat it, add the honey and cinnamon and stir well. While the mixture is still warm apply it on your scalp and gently massage it. Leave it to act for one hour and rinse with warm water.

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