Beauty is one of the popular topic people talk about. Rather than using synthetic cosmetic products people prefer homemade herbal cosmetics to keep them young for longer time. These herbal cosmetics are not only inexpensive but also effective and safe. This article discusses two useful homemade herbal beauty tips that are very useful in our daily life.
Herbal Beauty tips 1 – Natural method to make hair dark
Usually hair turns grey with age but nowadays we often see young people with the problem of grey hair. In case of premature graying, open air, exercise, massage of the scalp, dietary regimen and ingestion of the raw vegetables is recommended.
There are so many methods to make hair dark but natural methods should be preferred. Henna is one of the methods to make hair dark or brown and no doubt it is good for hair conditioning.
Recently, a plant Salvia Officinalis can be used to darken the hair. In this method 15 grams of Salvia Officinalis is taken into one liter water. Steep leaves in water for two hours then strain. Pour over hairs and leave on for half an hour then rinse out.
Herbal Beauty tips 2 – Fragrant herbal bath
Our body usually gets tired due to hectic working schedules and wants some relaxation at weekends to energize for the coming week. So below is an herbal homemade recipe for fragrant herbal bath that not only will give immediate relief to the tired muscles but also to the rheumatism problem.
Take the following ingredients – Humulus lupulus (450 g), Thymus serpyllum (25 g), Salvia Officinalis (25 g) and Lavender (25 g). Put the ingredients into a muslin bag and tie securely. Hang the bag from the hot tap while the bath is running, so that the hot water passes through it, extracting the natural oils and fragrance of the herbs. This bath will help relax tired muscles and relieve rheumatism.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.
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