Turmeric essential oils are associated with a number of health benefits to the skin and the body. Turmeric is a perennial herb that has been used for thousands of years in traditional medicine.
Some of its main traditional uses include relieving stomach pain, reducing inflammation, rehabilitation of the kidneys and purifying the blood. Research has confirmed some of the traditional uses of turmeric, but not all.
In research, turmeric extract showed anticancer, antidiabetic, heart protective, antiarthritis, antibacterial and several other mechanisms of action.
Turmeric essential oils can be used locally – either in aromatic candles, evaporators, bath salts, etc. Local ingestion and inhalation may both introduce turmeric molecules into the system.
Beautiful oil for the mature skin on face and body.
The oil contains cork, the substance that suppresses elastase, debilitating elasticity in our skin!
This very valuable feature makes the turmeric butter a good helper in the fight against wrinkles and age-related skin changes!
- rejuvenates the skin,
- improves blood circulation and complexion,
- stimulates rapid cell renewal
- prevents harmful effects of free radicals
- tones the skin, makes it elastic and gentle
- smooths wrinkles
- revives weak and tired skin, makes it smooth and healthy
This oil is a natural store of vitamins, trace elements, essential fatty acids, and other beneficial substances, phosphorus, calcium, iodine, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamins B3, B2, B6.
With a particularly high content of iron, magnesium, and potassium. It has a high bactericidal action.
The use of oil prevents the development of skin diseases.
Reduces inflammation, itching, allergies. Applies to combustion.
Eliminates the risk of scarring.
Effective in insect bites.
Turmeric oil is considered one of the best oils for youthful problem skin.