GENERAL USES OF HONEY
Honey is a natural sweetener and has very beneficial properties with a lot of nutritional value.
Honey is not only used for eating or as a natural sweetener but also has other uses for different ailments like sore throat, cold, burns, and many other diseases.
FACIAL USES OF HONEY
One bodily part where honey can be useful is the facial area.
It can be applied raw or after mixing with water.
Yes, this DIY item can be easily found inside many homes and stores and can be used for clearer brighter skin.
A honey face mask can be used as
– a natural skin moisturizer.
– to soften the skin.
– to hydrate the skin.
– to exfoliate it.
– to treat scars as well as treat acne.
HOW TO USE HONEY FOR ACNE?
Acne is one of the most common skin problems we deal with.
Since it is on the face it is clearly visible to everyone.
However, we can use honey to treat it.
Well, there are a bunch of different methods to use honey as a treatment for acne or acne spots.
The First Method:
The first is just to apply raw honey on the face after washing it. Leaving it on the face for 20 minutes and then washing it.
Doing this every day for a few weeks will eventually remove acne, acne spots, and acne scars.
The Second Method:
The second method involves Honey and cinnamon.
Just mix 2 tablespoons of honey and one tablespoon of ground cinnamon to prepare a paste.
Apply it to a clean washed face and leave it overnight or wash it after 30 minutes.
The Third Method:
The third is to apply a turmeric and honey paste over the face as a face mask.
Mixing half a tablespoon of powdered turmeric with 2-3 tablespoons of raw honey and applying it for 10 to 15 minutes before washing it.
The Bonus Method:
Another method is to mix tomato paste with honey applying it on a washed dried face.
Massaging it for 15-20 minutes and then washing it with warm water.
These are the most commonly used methods; however, these are not the only ones.
Honey can be mixed with a variety of substances to be used in tea (Green tea and honey) or as a paste (nutmeg, apple cider vinegar, sugar, lemon juice, oils, and aloe vera).