Benefits of Ginger for Skin
What is Ginger?
Ginger is a flowering plant that originated in Southeast Asia but is now widely available from growers around the world. It’s among the healthiest ingredients on the planet. The rhizome (underground part of stem) is the part commonly used and it’s often called ginger root or simply, ginger.
Ginger has wonderful skin rejuvenation properties. Both ingesting ginger and applying it topically have major anti-aging benefits. It contains numerous antioxidant properties that prevent free radical damage and protect against aging.
Ginger contains around 40 antioxidant compounds that protect against aging. It improves the appearance of your skin by removing the toxins and stimulating the circulation, resulting in the delivery of more nutrients to the skin. The antioxidants prevent damage from the free radicals, thus preserving the youthful appearance of the skin. It improves the elasticity, making your skin more firm and youthful. In this way, it slows down the signs of aging.
Clears Blemishes and Acne
Being a powerful antiseptic and cleansing agent, ginger helps in keeping the skin clean, smooth and free of blemishes. Besides, it also invigorates and stimulates your skin. It is also the best natural acne-fighting weapon as it minimizes the rate of acne formation and eruption by killing and clearing the acne-causing bacteria.
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Best Products with Ginger
Ginger6 is a K-Beauty brand that uses ginger as the main ingredient. They steam and dry ginger 6 times before the extract. Through this process, 6-Shogaol, a compound of ginger, is increased which leads to higher brightening and anti-oxidant effects.
All of Ginger6 products contain patented ginger extract instead of purified water which have deep moisturizing, brightening, and anti-aging effects.
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