Bay laurel leaves
The bay tree is native to the Caribbean Islands from where it is believed to have spread to other parts of the world.
Bay laurel leaves are aromatic herbs that are often used for stews. Recently it became popular as topical bay leaf treatment for acne and other beauty treatments. In ancient times, bay leaves were used to alleviate bee and wasp stings. These days, bay leaves are used to ease indigestion and skin issues.
Acne is an inflammation of the sebaceous glands on the skin, causing the appearance of acne or blackheads. Proper care is very important to reduce skin pores, constantly cleanse the skin of dirt and grease. Normal face wash will make the skin clean but can’t completely disinfect your skin. Some facial disinfecting products can irritate the sebaceous glands, forcing them to work even harder. Limit your wash with soap twice a day. Use medicinal plants for refining such as chamomile, clover and bay laurel leaf.
Bay leaves have natural antiseptic and antibacterial properties to treat acne because bacteria can build up in the sebaceous glands causing outbreaks. Bay leaves are used for topical acne treatments, but the anti-inflammatory properties can bring down puffiness in the skin without causing loss of moisture. The antiseptic property of this oil protects wounds against infections and inhibits bacterial growth. This oil antibiotic property inhibits any biotic growth in the body to protect it from infections.
Bay leaves can also be used to get a clean and smooth skin. All you need to do is boil some bay leaves in water and stain the leaves and store the water in the container. Now, you can use this water as a skin tone and use it over face twice a day. This will help to even the pigmentation and also tone the skin well.
When fighting acne, it must be remembered that a quick result should not be expected. Nevertheless, using a bay leaf from acne, after two weeks you will notice the first signs of improvement. And in a month or two you can say goodbye to pimples forever. Leave of us a comment.