Orange Is A Natural Skin Care Product
Many people are ignorant of the fact that traditionally orange has been used to make great natural skin care products. The peel or the skin, the oil and also the juice can be excellent remedies for the skin and can make a recipe for the best skin care product.
It is a part of the citrus fruits family which includes seville or sour oranges, grapefruits, limes, lemons, tangerines, shaddocks, ortaniques as well as mandarins. All these fruits are similar in nature.
Orange is known to combat Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, gallstones, Crohn's disease, macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis and arthritis. Orange is also a very good natural treatment for wrinkles, aging and acne and other skin ailments.
A healthy diet is always very crucial when it comes to the health of the skin because our skin will act upon to what we consume. We must therefore be very careful of what we eat, although this advice is ignored by many and so suffer the consequences. Junk food should be avoided at all times.
A consumption of fruits, vegetables and herbs which are part of a balanced diet will result in a healthy body. Maintaining a proper diet of vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and energy is very important.
Consuming one orange per day can supply you with over twelve percent of fiber which is necessary to decrease high cholesterol and prevention of atherosclerosis disease. Orange can also maintain sugar levels as well as reduce high blood pressure or hypertension.
The orange oil is excellent for wrinkles, eczema as well as cellulite.
For years, I saw my grandmother storing orange peels and when I inquired, I was told that it was to make tea which is a good remedy for arthritis. The dried peels are more effective for this condition. The fresh orange peel may be made into a paste and place on acne as a treatment. Today, I find it very hard to throw away orange peel, unless they pile up in abundance.
Orange can be a part of a unique homemade hand lotion. This is done by combining one ounce of orange juice, two drops of orange flower oil, an ounce of warm olive and an ounce of cocoa butter (melted.) This should result into a smooth and soft paste for the skin. Store into an container that is airtight and use on skin as you so desire.
Updated June 16, 2020