After turning 30, some women start to put on makeup because their skin begins to deteriorate due to various factors. The sun, diets, stress, all of that is processed differently by our body than when you are a teenager or in your twenties. The hormones also, due to some of these factors, begin to manifest internal as well as external imbalances, and spots begin to appear on the face that appear on the upper lip, cheekbones, forehead and chin. These spots can start to cover the face, sometimes without even being pregnant.
Parsley to detoxify the liver, the organ that causes blemishes on the face
Some try all possible remedies and treatments to fade spots: crystal scrubs, whitening formulas, commercial beauty products packed with harsh chemicals that even, if not used properly, tend to darken spots further.
However, today, holistic medicine recommends a very effective natural method and that is parsley tea. According to natural medicine, blemishes on the face can be a sign of liver malfunction, and parsley is ideal for detoxifying the kidneys and liver.
Parsley contains immunity-boosting vitamins (C and A) and is a powerful antioxidant. In fact, many spas use parsley for skin treatments because vitamin C not only nourishes the skin, it reduces scars and blemishes and stimulates collagen production, which is the key to cell reproduction and repair.
How to clean face blemishes with parsley?
For the next 30 days you will prepare some parsley tea twice a day, before breakfast and dinner. Flat-leaf parsley (Italian) is more aromatic and less bitter than the curly type, and this will be our parsley to use.
· Soak the parsley in water with a splash of vinegar.
· Wrap in a towel and store in the fridge.
· Bring water to boil in a container.
· Put ¼ cup of parsley in a cup or teapot.
· Pour the boiling water, let it steep for 5-6 minutes.
· Add a little fresh lemon (optional).
In a month, with all these cups of parsley tea (always fresh, to preserve the vitamins and minerals), your face already has to show significant changes. You should know that together with tea, you must follow a diet with healthy foods, friendly to the liver, and have a routine of exercises or activities that best suits your lifestyle to break stress, worries and bad times. Try to keep the peace.
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