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Alternative Medicine That Can Also Help Your Skin

Alternative Medicine That Can Also Help Your Skin
Alternative medicine has quickly risen to fame around the same time organic and natural foods made their mark in the world. The natural method to cure ailments specific to the issue is thought to be safer and more effective in some cases that it has become a billion-dollar business. Just look at the Ayurvedic herb methods in India that are still used today. The natural food aisle now consists of several kinds of vitamins, elixirs and probiotic formulas to get your body and mind feeling great. Not to mention, all the herbs and spices that make your skin glow -- rosemary and Centella asiática can be found in A Complete products. Here are five alternative ways to cure your skin ailments.

HIVES & ALLERGIES: Breaking out in hives may not be as common, but when it happens on a hike at a nature preserve, stress or over-exhaustion, use turmeric powder. Create a turmeric concoction by mixing one teaspoon of turmeric powder with milk or water. This will suppress any inflammation, allergic reaction side effects or redness.

SWELLING / UNDER EYE BAGS: Adding oatmeal to your diet can help with the appearance of undereye bags over time. Alternative medicine enthusiasts believe that the fiber contained in oatmeal strengthens under the eye area.

BURNS: Ever felt a curling iron burn to the forehead? Ouch! Aloe Vera, although it has many other uses, can bring relief to all types of burns -- including razor burn! It can also help diminish the appearance of scarring when used with vitamin E oil.

ACNE: Although acne is tackled primarily with modern day medicine like topical retinoid creams and even high-risk drugs like Accutane, more people are choosing probiotics. Cystic acne is not an easy ailment to get under control. However, alternative medicine enthusiasts opt for probiotics. According to new studies by the American Academy of Dermatology, probiotics could be a better cure for acne & rosacea because they provide a “calming effect” on the skin that has been irritated. Whitney P. Bowe, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, is a lead researcher who believes that probiotics are cutting edge when it comes to dealing with acne. She notes that, “probiotics applied topically sit on the skin’s surface and prevent the skin cells from seeing the bad bacteria and parasites that can cause this immune system response. This is known as “bacterial interference,” as probiotics protect the skin and interfere with the ability of bad bugs (or bacteria and parasites) to provoke an immune reaction.”

DEHYDRATION: Drinking lots of water can naturally cure dehydration. But sometimes, you need more than just water. Whether you opt for the A Complete Beauty Concentrate Supplements, which dramatically help your skin inner and outer moisture, taking supplements like ours will help your skin glow in a natural way without excess.


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