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Angelica cosmetic uses

angelica cosmetics

Angelica is an excellent healing herb, with limited cosmetic properties, mainly due to the photosensitivity it causes on the skin.

It is ideal for dry and rough skin, while fighting irritation. Angelica protects the skin and deeply moisturizes it. Angelica essential oil rejuvenates and tones the skin, while at the same time, its anti-inflammatory action protects the skin from infections.

In baths, angelica softens the skin and protects it from skin diseases and infections, while its contribution to the treatment of hair loss is important. You can use its essential oil in massage oils for hair, in shampoos and for the last rinse, dissolved in water. Its use is not only suitable for the treatment of hair loss but also if you want your hair to grow faster and of course if you want to protect your hair from damage and discomfort with dyes and natural pollutants. This action of angelica is due to the vitamin E it contains but also to its strong antioxidant action!

The use of angelica is beneficial in edema, fluid retention, bruises, while in psoriasis it relieves and treats the symptoms. Also, angelica baths significantly relieve eczema, while deeply cleansing the skin of both the body and the face.

It is best not to use it before sun exposure, during pregnancy, and it is not allowed to be used by people suffering from diabetes.

Read more about the healing properties of angelica and the nutritional value of angelica!

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