Burning sandalwood incense stick releases a fragrant, woodsy odor. It doubles as a safer alternative to chemical air fresheners. The aroma has been seen to relieve stress and anxiety in breast cancer patients. It can also improve the sleep quality and lower systolic blood pressure. The aroma of sandalwood has been seen to hasten wound healing as well. However, to protect your lungs, don’t burn incense every day or in a closed space.
Sandalwood powder has long been used for skin problems and with good reason. Regular use of this antibacterial powder can fight acne-causing bacteria, exfoliate the skin, soothe sunburn, remove suntan, and reduce signs of aging like dry skin and wrinkles. When you have an acne outbreak, apply a paste of 1 tbsp milk, 1 tbsp sandalwood powder, and a pinch of turmeric powder. Wash off after 30 minutes.
Widely known for its aroma, sandalwood oil has amazing medicinal properties. If you have ugly scars, blemishes, acne or eczema on your skin, this oil can help you get rid of those quickly and prevents recurrence. Using it as a massage oil can help prevent spasms, relieve stress and anxiety, thus putting you to restful sleep. For safe usage, always dilute with a carrier oil!
Everyone desires beautiful, clear skin, but dark spots can easily appear as a result of the overproduction of a pigment called melanin. The overproduction of melanin is known as hyperpigmentation which can be caused by acne, pimples, sun damage, age, hormonal imbalances, bruises, etc. Surface pigmentation is easier to get rid[.....]
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