5 Beauty Benefits of Ginger

5 Beauty Benefits of Ginger

5 Beauty Benefits of Ginger

Fades Scars

Because of its toning and antioxidant properties, ginger can reduce the appearance of hypopigmented scars (scars that are white or much lighter than your skin tone). Just dab a slice of fresh ginger onto the areas of your skin that are lacking color, and let the juice dry. Do this once or twice a day everyday, and you should start to see an improvement in couple of weeks. Within a few months, your scar will be nearly undetectable.

Honey, lemon and grated ginger rejuvenate skin

Rejuvenates Skin

Both ingesting ginger and applying it topically have major anti-aging benefits. It contains around 40 antioxidant properties that prevent free radical damage and protect against aging. It also evens skin tone and improves elasticity. Whip up a bi-weekly mask of equal parts grated or powdered ginger, honey, and fresh lemon juice. Leave it on for up to 30 minutes, and rinse to reveal radiant skin.

Grated ginger and jojoba oil stimulate hair growth

Promotes Hair Growth

Ginger increases circulation to your scalp, which is essential for stimulating hair growth. The plethora of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids also strengthen strands and combat hair loss. Try making a hair mask of equal parts grated ginger and jojoba oil, and massage it into your hair, concentrating on the scalp. After 30 minutes, rinse and shampoo as usual.

Grated ginger, lemon and oil dandruff

Combats Dandruff

Ginger’s antiseptic properties make it an excellent remedy for dandruff. Massage ginger oil or a mixture of two parts freshly grated ginger and three parts olive or sesame oil onto your scalp, and let it set for 15 to 25 minutes. Do this on a twice-weekly basis, and you’ll be dandruff-free.

sugar, olive oil, freshly grated ginger, lemon zest reduce cellulite

Reduces Cellulite

In addition to its detoxifying and invigorating qualities, ginger is also known to reduce cellulite. Stimulate circulation and tone your skin with a cellulite-busting lemon ginger body scrub. Combine 1/2 cup sugar, 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 tablespoons of freshly grated ginger, and the zest of one lemon. Store your leftovers in the fridge for up to a week.

via Byrdie – by Deven Hopp

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