7 Flowers That Are Great For Your Skin

7 Flowers That Are Great For Your Skin

You love natural remedies to care for your skin, you are reading the right post. Today, we will share 7 flowers that can make your skin glow and look more beautiful. They are colorful, beautiful, and fragrant flowers that gardeners love planting to give the home a curb appeal but not everyone knows about their skincare benefits. If you are interested in them, keep reading and finding out how.

There are many benefits that these flowers bring such as moisturize, clean, tone, heal and combat the signs of aging. Each has its own different methods and uses but all is handmade beauty way and says no to any chemical. Also, they are easy to grow in your garden or on your windowsill. So, grow any one of these plants at your home to achieve radiant skin and turn gorgeous blooms and foliage into your own at-home skincare solutions.

#1 Rose

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Roses have a sweet-scented flower with flaps of petals that is edible too. You can take some petals and then crushed them, applying them to your lips, it will work as a natural lip balm to help you get pink and soft rosy lips.

#2 Jasmine

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Jasmine is edible and is one of the most fragrant flowers because it releases intense exotic perfume. To use this flower in your beauty routine, you can take some of the jasmine petals, clean them gently with water, crush them, and add a few drops of coconut oil. Once done, massage this solution on your face. If you apply regularly, your face will start to glow.

#3 Chamomile

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Chamomile has a mild fragrance. You can use dried (or freshly petals) add with lemon juice and raw milk (with the same ratio), and use this as a face pack about for 5 minutes. It works as a natural cleanser, so if you apply regularly, you can say goodbye to the blackheads and pigments of your face.

#4 Marigold

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Marigold contains high levels of carotenoids (vitamin A-like compounds) it is great as a skin toner. Simply, taking some of the petals and clean them in cold water. And then, mix them in honey and whole milk ( 1 tsp for each), churn the mixture until thoroughly combined to smoothen, and use it as a face mask in 15 minutes.

#5 Hibiscus

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Hibiscus is one of the most alluring flowers, it comes in hundreds of patterns and colors. Maybe you don’t know, The leaves of Hibiscus work as a natural hair conditioner. To do this, you take 10 – 15 leaves, wash and boil them in a pan until the water is left half; rinse your hairs with that extract when it cools. Apply two weeks, you’ll see some positive changes such as reduces hair loss and makes your hair shiny.

#6 Lavender

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Lavender is an amazing herb and good for both medicinal and culinary uses. This herb contains skin-lightening agents, so you can use it to make your skin clearer. So simple to make, take some of the petals of lavender flowers, and then boil them for a few minutes. Strain the water and add some amount of oat powder, mix until a fine paste. Using it as a face mask in few minutes, and rinse off with the water.

#7 Calendula or Pot Marigold

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Calendula or Pot Marigold is cultivated for its use in making medicinal oil. Making this is simple, let’s brew three spoonfuls of calendula petals in a cup of water for 15 minutes. Once done, rinse your face with this extract regularly that will help reduces acne, blotches, and spots.

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