Turmerik – The next Big Trend in Skin care Products?
A beauty product company has said Turmeric is going to be the next huge thing to hit the skin care and beauty scene. That it is one of the most important ingredients that has just been discovered to play a very important role not only in skincare, but also as an anti-inflammatory agent, and with its antibacterial properties, it can be very effective for acne.
Despite the fact that it has been around for so many years, it’s importance had not been noticed in the skincare industry until now, on how effective it can be when it comes to skincare and addressing other health issues. The company says that implementing turmeric in your regular skincare Regiment can improve your skin in the long run.
The article explains the role the plant is going to play in the beauty industry. So before you read the article below, I have provided you with a brief history about this plant.
What is Turmeric?
Turmeric is a perennial plant of the ginger family which means that it grows year-round. It is native to Southwest India and a requires a temperature of between 68 at 86°F couple with a constant amount of rainfall. This plant is gathered annually for its rhizomes(usually found underground, often sending out roots and shoots from its nodes). They are sometimes used fresh. The rhizomes are boiled for about 30 to 45 minutes, dried in the oven, they are then ground into a deep orange-yellow powder and are commonly used as spices in countries like India and Pakistan cuisines and also used as Corries for dying and coloring of condiments.
In India, this plant is considered holy and the auspicious and it has been used in a variety of Hindu ceremonies for several years.
Why Turmeric May Be the Next Big Trend in Skincare Products
“Turmeric may be the next big thing to hit the beauty scene — making its way from your pantry into topical skincare products and onto your vanity shelf.
“It’s a natural anti-inflammatory, which helps everything from acne to aging,” said Alexis Wolfer, certified holistic nutritionist and founder of The Beauty Bean. “[It] has antibacterial properties, great for acne, and helps control sebum production — great for oily and acne-prone skin.”
In addition to quick fixes, Wolfer said infusing turmeric in your beauty regimen may improve your skin in the long run.
“Over time, anything with anti-inflammatory benefits will help to cumulatively protect you from age damage,” she said. “And anything that helps control sebum will help to fight acne cumulatively as well.”
At New York City’s Acqua Beauty Bar, the 100-minute, $170 Indonesian beauty ritual offers a purifying experience complete with a vitamin-and-turmeric mask, according to spa owner”
I sincerely feel that if Turmerik becomes a very useful product in the skin care and beauty industry, it will provide another natural source that we can depend on to research and develop more skin care products. A lot of beauty products have ingredients in them that are harmful to the body, and introducing a natural source from which other products can be developed is good for the industry.