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Lemon verbena in cosmetics

Lemon verbena is one of the most popular slimming herbs. It has the ability to increase metabolism and also its diuretic properties fight fluid retention and cellulite.

It is important to note that Lemon verbena is considered an ideal herb for treating obesity and has the ability to regulate appetite and create a feeling of satiety. Of course, an additional factor for which lemon verbena contributes significantly to the reduction of obesity, is the activation of the metabolism, while helping with a healthy diet and exercise in weight loss.

At the same time, lemon verbena significantly contributes to fight cellulite, local fat and fluid retention that causes discomfort, especially during the summer months.

In addition to slimming and fighting cellulite, lemon verbena is also offered to tighten the skin and prevent saggy skin. As a result, it offers a complete soluiton in the effort to lose unnecessary weight. At the same time, it perfectly cleanses the skin, giving a feeling of freshness with the intense lemon aroma that characterizes it. On injured skin or skin suffering from allergies and skin problems, it offers relief and at the same time fast healing.

You can use lemon verbena for skin tightening, whitening and radiance, as the antioxidant ingredients it contains contribute to the anti-aging and protection of the skin from free radicals.

Caution is needed as it should be avoided when exposed to the sun due to phototoxicity.

Read more information about the healing properties of lemon verbena and the cultivation of lemon verbena!

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