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Regular use of goat milk soap can be helpful in relieving the skin inflammation. Goat milk is known to have strong anti-inflammatory properties due to the presence of fat molecules in it. It doesn’t include chemical or petroleum-based additives. So anybody, even people with sensitive skin, can use it without worrying about irritation.

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Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkins have amazing skincare benefits. Reversing the signs of aging, fighting acne, and improving skin texture, helping to promote cell “turnover” or regrowth, are just some of the powers pumpkins hold. Pumpkins are loaded with nutrients that are helpful for the skin. Since pumpkin has a small molecular structure, it can penetrate deep into the skin. These nutrients do everything from hydrating to repairing damage from the inside out.

Pumpkins contain enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids that break down dead skin cells. By removing dead skin cells, normal cell regeneration speeds up. This has a smoothing and brightening effect, resulting in glowing skin. Pumpkin enzymes are plentiful in antioxidant-rich vitamins A and C. These amazing ingredients refine and soothe the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles. A derivative of vitamin A, beta-carotene, boosts collagen production to help minimize wrinkles. Beta-carotene also helps to reverse UV damage and improve uneven skin pigmentation. So, if you have any dark spots or freckles, pumpkin is the superfood for you. 

The vitamin C and beta-carotene in pumpkin also work to combat free radicals. Both nutrients reverse UV damage and counteract free radical effects on the skin. Because of its high content of magnesium, zinc, and antioxidants, the pumpkin seed oil is especially useful in preventing the signs of aging. It promotes moisture retention and improves the skin’s elasticity. 

Pumpkins have powerful acne-fighting and oil regulating properties, thanks to a potent combination of zinc, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. Along with potassium and magnesium, zinc regulates oil production in the skin. This removes those obnoxious, overly oily and dry areas. Zinc also works in tandem with vitamin E to fight acne breakouts and improve skin tone. At the same time, anti-inflammatory vitamin A minimizes acne scarring. Zinc, vitamin E, and omega 3- and 6- fatty acids are especially concentrated in pumpkin seeds.

Peppermint Café

Here are some reasons your skin will thank you for an external coffee boost:

  • Antioxidants: Free radicals cause signs of aging, like fine lines, wrinkles, and brown spots. Antioxidants (whether consumed orally or applied topically) fight free radicals, and thus, help to fight signs of aging.
  • Caffeic Acid: Coffee contains caffeic acid, an antioxidant that may boost collagen levels and reduce the premature aging of cells. Caffeic acid also has antimicrobial properties, which means that it may help protect the skin against germs.
  • UVB Protection: UVB is harmful and can lead to more complicated and life-threatening skin diseases. Protecting your skin with caffeine may protect it against UV carcinogens. According to one study, caffeine actually inhibits the DNA damage response, thus protecting skin against the adverse effects of UVB. The inhibition of DNA damage response may offer a therapeutic option for non-melanoma skin cancer.
  • Makes skin bright and smooth: Because of its qualities that signal tissue repair, coffee plays a crucial role in regulating cell re-growth, leading to retained hydration (increased collagen) and increased skin elasticity.
  • Enhances circulation: Coffee promotes blood circulation which leads to healthy and energized skin, effectively reducing the swelling of tissues and de-puffing areas of the skin. It can also temporarily decrease appearance of cellulite by dehydrating the tissue.

Cucumber lemongrass

Cucumbers have been used for decades for their anti-inflammatory benefits on skin, soothing properties for digestion, and other therapeutic uses. They contain high levels of lignans, vitamin K, antioxidants such as beta carotene and vitamin C, and B vitamins, among other trace elements and minerals.

Cucumbers deliver inflammation-fighting vitamin C and caffeic acid, and when applied to your face, these same nutrients can provide a positive effect for rejuvenating your complexion.

Cucumber can also infuse life in dull and lifeless skin and rejuvenate it from within due to its anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties. Cucumber also serves as a mild astringent which is helpful in relieving minor skin irritations too.

Activated Charcoal and Raw Honey

Activated charcoal soap is known to be highly beneficial in the treatment of acne. It not only aids the removal of toxins, but also removes skin impurities thus helping in the treatment of acne. Regular use of charcoal soap can provide amazing results for a blemish-free skin. It does this effectively by removing impurities and toxins from the skin as well as exfoliates the skin. With the ability to remove dead skin cells along with dirt and grime, charcoal soap has been used to treat conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. It is also an effective for the treatment of dry, cracked skin.

Charcoal soap has the unique property of functioning as a soap and shampoo. When used as a shampoo, it can help treat skin conditions like dandruff and dry scalp.

Because of its antioxidant and humectant properties, honey is also great for dry or damaged skin. It helps kill bacteria that may cause acne and will help skin heal faster.

Honey has antimicrobial qualities that allow cleansing of the skin without stripping the skin’s natural oils. Research has shown that the antimicrobial properties can assist with clearing up acne as well. Honey also contains natural antioxidant properties that can destroy biologically destructive chemical agents. Not only could honey’s antioxidants help to eliminate free radicals in the body, they are also part of the nutrient supply for growth of new tissue, helping protect and rejuvenate your skin to stay young looking.

Chai Tea Vanilla

Chai tea—a tea made with ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, cloves, and black pepper—helps stimulate circulation. It boosts blood flow to the skin, which can give you that healthy glow and help infections or blemishes on the skin heal faster. Many of these spices also contain antioxidants that fight free radicals and reduce signs of aging on your skin.

As a potent tea filled with invigorating herbs, Chai Tea is an effectively remedy for swelling or puffiness, dry or scaly skin, and prematurely aging skin around the mouth and eyes.

Chai Tea provides a natural way to increase oxygen supply to the face. Oxygen is important because it helps improve the health of your body’s tissue. It can also help repair the damage done to the skin by free radicals, reducing the effects of aging and help firm up skin. As cells age, the damage done by free radicals increases.

Antioxidants help prevent a process called oxidation, which further damages cells, making your face appear smoother and younger. Antioxidants also help protect skin from the sun and cause new cells to grow, reversing damage caused by UV rays.

Green Tea Citrus

With its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties, green tea can help benefit your skin in a variety of ways. It can protect your skin from premature aging, UV damage, redness, and irritation, and it also has the ability to fight off bacteria that can lead to acne breakouts. It contains a high content of polyphenols called catechins. The catechins in green tea reduce irritation, redness, and swelling.

Green tea contains tannin, an astringent that can shrink skin. It can reduce the swelling around your eyes and tighten the skin. Since it helps tighten the skin, using green tea is very good for your face.

Green tea fights skin cancer by promoting DNA repair. Green tea contains a powerful antioxidant called EGCG that fights DNA damage from UV rays to prevent skin cancer. That means it’s also a potent anti-aging ingredient that combats signs of aging whether ingested or applied topically.

Green tea is powerful antibacterial agent for treating acne and unclogging pores. Polyphenols in green tea damage bacterial membranes and fight against infection, meaning that it’s a useful tool for treating bacterial growth that causes acne. It helps kill systemic bacterial inflammation for smoother, toned skin.

Green tea is chock full of Vitamin B2 and Vitamin E, both essential for skin health maintenance. B2 plays an essential role in maintaining collagen levels for youthful skin structure and firmness. Vitamin E supports new skin cell growth and also acts an intense hydrator for soft and nourished skin.


The fragrance from the oils of the lavendar plant help promote calmness and wellness. It’s also said to help reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Lavender oils have been reported to have sedative and antispasmodic properties.

A study published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology found that lavender oil could be effective in combating antifungal-resistant infections. The researchers found that the oil was lethal to a range of strains that can cause disease in the skin. In the study, the essential oils distilled from the Lavandula genus of the lavender plant seemed to work by destroying the membranes of fungal cells.

Another study published in the journal Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine compared the effects of several treatments for wound healing. These findings suggest that lavender has an acceleratory effect on wound healing.


CBD oil has been studied for its potential role in easing symptoms of many common health issues, including anxiety, depression, acne and heart disease. Using CBD has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression in both human and animal studies. For those with cancer, it may even provide a natural alternative for pain and symptom relief.

Marijuana has been used to treat pain as far back as 2900 B.C. More recently, scientists have discovered that certain components of marijuana, including CBD, are responsible for its pain-relieving effects.

Studies have shown that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and causes the sensation of getting “high” that’s often associated with marijuana. However, unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive.