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3 Plants That Are Great for Skincare

April 9, 2019

 

Skincare is important for your beauty routine, but artificial creams and cleansers can be pricey and simply not effective for your skin type. Luckily, many natural plants are beneficial for skincare and can be found in your own backyard. This is a small guide to the three best plants for skincare and what ingredients you'll want to look for when shopping for a new product. With soothing properties ingredients, these plants are more than just pretty to look at.

 

Aloe

Soothing aloe is a great plant for skincare and is often used when healing from sun damage as well. This therapeutic plant is both medicinal and practical by bringing moisture to the skin to soothe sunburns and moisturize dry skin. Aloe is gentle enough for users of all ages and skin types when you need an effective remedy. Aloe can also reduce inflammation in the skin to treat acne and contains vitamins to fight aging. The aloe vera plant acts as a wound healer and can even reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

 

Roses

Oil extracted from roses has many beneficial properties for your skin. doTERRA recommends using rose oil application for an uplifting aroma, as well as to balance moisture levels in the skin, reduce the appearance of skin imperfections, and promote a healthy and even skin tone. Rose oil extract acts as a way to even skin tone on your face and body. Rose oil is potent so you only need a few drops; however, it's suitable for all skin types. You can also apply rose oil before makeup as a primer to set your foundation and concealer.

 

Mint

Mint is a natural alternative to acne cleansers with artificial salicylic acid. The menthol in mint adds a cooling feeling to your skin while cleaning and tightening your pores. Mint also hydrates your skin for a brighter complexion. Reward Me explains that the properties in the mint plant also work on the surface. You can also use mint to lighten acne scars and under eye circles. The scent of mint and rose are also great for aromatherapy and can be used to steam your skin and help your pores.

Look to skincare products with natural ingredients to fine tune your skin and keep you looking young and fresh. Artificial products can harm your skin in the long run by drying it out, so it's important to find products that celebrate the beauty of nature.