Glowing and youthful skin is a dream of every women.
Well, here’s a secret! From time to time, your good skin needs a little pampering with flowers. In case, you are in quest of a beauty products that can help you to get rid of skin imperfections, then, incorporate certain freshly picked flowers in your skincare routine. Without delay ladies want to know how to get a glowing skin using flowers, specifically marigolds?
Notably, marigolds are a symbol of cheerfulness, happiness, and joy. They posses the nickname the “sunshine flower.”
Having clear skin is every women’s goal and our Active Fresh Ingredients that go into our Alpstories Finest Organic Facial Creams and bespoke beauty products that you can choose from can help with that. Let’s talk about marigolds, shall we? Surely, Marigolds are auric this season.
A Little History Never Hurts
Marigold has been recognized for centuries for its multipurpose uses and for its sunshine-like beauty. Its ability to aid and support the healing process of cuts and chapped skin has been one of the fundamental reasons marigold remains present in a multitude of beauty care products. It is still used in many creams, ointments, soaps to add a beautiful fragrance to the beauty products
Often, marigold is attributed to good health and positive outcomes. It has been said that smelling the flowers prior to bed, or sleeping with them under your pillow, welcomes psychic or prophetic dreams. Like the sun it represents so well, soaking in an herbal bath of calendula flowers is thought to give one a healthy glow. Other practices include carrying the flowers in your pocket to bring positivity and inhaling the floral scent for good health, specifically to improve eyesight.
A self-seeder and a joy to look at, it is said to vibrate at the same frequency as happiness and was the inspiration for the color of Buddhist robes (the plant and saffron were once traditionally used as a dye). Interesting fact right ladies?
The Benefits of Marigold in Skin Care
Improves Skin Texture
Calendula is quite potent in antioxidants that help in maintaining the health of your skin. These antioxidants play a major role in neutralizing the free radicals that can damage your skin. Antioxidants promote the growth of healthy skin cells by increasing the cell turnover. Calendula boosts the collagen production in the body while making your skin radiant and healthy. Thus, using calendula for your skin improves its texture to a great extent
Surprisingly, marigold oil is not harsh and will not cause excessive dryness, peeling of the skin or any redness. It will leave you with glowing, flawless skin you’ve always wanted.
Soothes the Skin
Marigold is popularly known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It helps in soothing the skin and heals any issues at a faster rate. Marigold is widely used in medicines that are used for healing the skin or treating the irritation or burns. Also, it effectively treats the redness of the skin without any side effects.
Marigold possesses anti-bacterial attributes that help in treating the acne. Because of the cleansing properties, it helps in cleansing the pores and keeps them unclogged as clogged pores are the main reason for acne breakouts. Besides, it eliminates the acne causing bacteria, thus preventing your skin from future acne breakouts.
Prevents Premature Aging
Often dry skin leads to one of the major fears – premature aging. Marigold possesses regenerative properties and heals the dry or damaged skin, which in turn helps in preventing the chances of premature aging. Using marigold oil makes your skin softer and plumper while reducing the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles. As stated above, calendula boosts the collagen production that helps in preventing the premature aging of the skin. It provides your skin with a youthful glow.
Heals Dry and Damaged Skin
Marigold is quite hydrating in nature and treats dry and damaged skin. It instantly makes the skin plump and soft while imparting a subtle radiance. If you have severely dry skin, marigolds can help in healing it faster and provides moisture to that area while soothing it. Also, marigolds is quite beneficial in treating dry and chapped lips as well. Needless to say, when marigold is used for skin, it brightens up the skin and keeps it hydrated.
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Ladies say goodbye to free radicals that cause signs of aging as marigolds also assist with general skin healing and repair. The trifecta of marigold, almond, and shea help with calming the skin and all day moisture while delivering on irresistible softness and a soothing natural fragrance.
Also, imagine the bright golden petals and nutrients within the seeds of the marigold flower, that contain potent vitamins for nourishing your skin that includes fighting inflammation and damage from harsh UV rays.
Too, oil from the pot marigold flower helps soften the outer layer of the skin called the epidermis. Thus, it acts as an effective moisturizer for dry and chapped skin. Whether you have chronic or seasonal dry skin, regular use of marigold oil can help your skin stay moist and healthy. You will love our Alpstories Marigold Organic Face Cream, supported by our Happiness Guarantee.
Reduces Crow’s Feet
Yes, crow’s feet also appear on the skin. It is not something scary but a bit embarrassing when you smile or when your facial expressions change. In simple words, crow’s feet are the fine lines surrounding the corners of your eyes. As our age increases, the crow’s feet starts appearing on the face, making us look old.
Marigold has natural properties to reduce crow’s feet by recreating skin tissues. Marigold fights against such signs of aging and makes your skin look younger and cheerful.
Notably, it has been found that regular use of marigold oil helps improve complexion and imparts a healthy glow to the skin. Truly, marigolds are auric this season.
Other Uses for Marigold
- treats dandruff
- as well as dry and itchy scalp
- apply and use as sunscreen
- treats diaper rash
- treat other skin diseases like eczema
- It can be used in a derma-rolling/skin needling procedure
- use it to treat wounds
- marigold tea is also an emerging trend as a therapy to calm down mind
- acts as a natural die for hair
- promotes hair growth
“Orange is the happiest color.” Frank Sinatra