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Pepper cosmetic properties

pepper cosmetic uses

Pepper, the king of spices, offers a pleasant flavor and healing properties but also several important cosmetic properties, through its wonderful essential oil.

The most important properties of pepper essential oil for cosmetic use, are the antioxidant, heating and of course antiseptic and antibacterial properties. At the same time, it offers nourishment to skin and hair, due to the significant content of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. In fact, the selenium contained in pepper is an important element in creating healthy nails, teeth and hair.

As a powerful antioxidant, pepper essential oil prevents skin aging by reducing wrinkles and fighting free radicals that are responsible for aging. At the same time, the use of the essential oil in a base oil helps significantly in the treatment of freckles. You can also add regular grated pepper to face and body masks for rejuvenation and anti-aging.

Try natural face and body peeling with black pepper, as it rejuvenates the skin, eliminates dead cells, contributes to cell regeneration and in combination with its heating action, treats cellulite and fluid retention. Pepper also eliminates toxins from the body and helps treat acne.

An important use of pepper essential oil is to treat vitiligo. Vitiligo is a skin disease that causes areas of skin to lose their natural melanin and turn white. Piperine, according to studies, appears to activate the skin to produce melanin.

Try adding it to herbal shampoo, as it will offer shiny and clean hair, due to its detoxifying effect, while if you suffer from dandruff you will see a big difference with the use of black pepper. Its heating action also offers better blood circulation, making it ideal for treating hair loss. A mask with honey and pepper will give shine to your hair and strengthen the roots of your hair.

For successful skin and hair combinations, try the essential oil of pepper with lemon, lime, sage, sandalwood, lavender, myrrh, coriander, mandarin, bergamot, cedar, clove, geranium, grapefruit, and ylang -ylang.

Precautions: Caution is required as the overdose of essential oil of black pepper, irritates the mucous membranes and can cause burns to the skin.

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