Natural Therapies to Treat Your Skin Today

Women are always trying to improve their skin, restore its natural glow, and make sure it looks as healthy as possible. Who doesn’t love a healthy glow that doesn’t require applying tons of highlighter? However, as you’ve probably found out, doing so without harsh chemicals can be challenging. The good news is that it can be done and that a wide array of products have shown just how helpful natural skincare can be. Here are three natural therapies that you can use to treat your skin to keep it looking fresh and dewy. 

Face Masks

Face masks have become a popular craze, originating in South Korea and spreading throughout the world. For the unfamiliar, face masks involving putting on the product and letting it stay on your skin for some time before removing. When you remove it, you will likely remove a slew of dirt, oil, and more.  According to Discover Good Nutrition, face masks can also stimulate blood circulation in your face, which makes your skin glow and improves your skin tone. For best results, make sure you get a face mask that is geared towards your skin type. Also, make sure to check the ingredients of face masks that you are looking to purchase to make sure you aren’t allergic to any of them. 


Acupuncture is a traditional form of Chinese medicine. It holds that there are energy points throughout the body and that these energy points can be stimulated by the insertion of thin needles into your skin. Keep in mind that these needles are very small and don’t actually hurt. According to Holistic Healing Acupuncture, facial acupuncture helps eliminate fine lines and diminish deeper wrinkles. It also helps increase local circulation of blood and lymph, increases collagen production, and tightens pores. Additionally, some believe that acupuncture improves hormonal balance to fight acne.

Hempseed Oil

Hempseed oil (not to be confused with CBD oil) is an oil extract derived from pressed hemp seeds. Since it doesn’t contain THC it’s legal anywhere you go. Refined hempseed oil is primarily used in body care products such as lotions and soaps. According to Sweet Leaf Hemp Farms, hempseed oil has moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties, in addition to having high vitamin E levels. These factors make hempseed oil a highly desirable component for a skincare regimen.

So if you’ve been looking unsuccessfully for skincare solutions that aren’t too harsh on your skin—you’re in luck! Thankfully, in the past few years have seen a massive rise in popularity of natural therapies for health and beauty. These products are kinder to your skin, are free of harsh chemicals, and are better for the environment. The three options above are only the start of what you can use to improve your skin, so make sure to check out these options and more if natural therapies are something you are interested in trying.

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