Health and beauty benefits of ginger

Beauty benefits of ginger

If you are looking for a natural way to have a healthy skin and hair, you are in the right place, because this spicy, pungent, mighty rhizome can deliver. You can make ginger a part of your beauty routine because it is already present in a commercial products you already use. Applying it topically may be extremely useful to resolve many skin and hair related problems because ginger is packed with antioxidants and is antiseptic in nature. Those antiseptic properties can be quite helpful if you want to soothes burns, clear blemishes and acne or reduce scalp infections and dandruff problems. Being a powerful cleansing and toning agent, this wonderful home remedy significantly removes the appearance of hypopigmented skin and also gets to work on toning your skin.

PrincipleValues*
Energy12 cal
Carbohydrates2.7 gr
Protein0.27 gr
Total Fat0.12 gr
Dietary Fiber0.3 gr
Vitamins
Folates0.45 %
Niacin0.675 %
Pantothenic acid0.6 %
Pyridoxine1.8 %
Vitamin C1.2 %
Vitamin E0.225 %
Electrolytes
Sodium0.15 %
Potassium1.35 %
Minerals
Calcium0.24 %
Copper3.75 %
Iron1.125 %
Magnesium1.65 %
Manganese1.5 %
Phosphorus0.75 %
Zinc0.45 %

*Nutritive Value per Tablespoon (15 g)

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calories diet.

Ginger body scrub

Blend some gingerroot, add the lemon zest and crystal sugar. Quantities should depend on area you want to scrub. For the face, small ginger root and 1 tablespoon of sugar with 1 teaspoon of lemon zest would be enough.

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ginger body scrub recipe