5 Benefits Of Glycerin For The Skin?

Glycerin is used in a number of cosmetics and skin related products but is also easily available at the chemist shops everywhere.For skin glycerin is a blessing, from cleansing to moisturizing to blackheads removing to skin lightening it can do a lot of things to make your skin beautiful. Here are some of the benefits of the glycerin for the skin.

Glycerin As A Skin Toner

Glycerin can be used as a skin toner also. The combination of glycerin and rosewater is best for the skin. Take a very small amount of glycerin and add rosewater (the quantity of rose-water should be five times higher than the glycerin). Use this mix on a regular basis as a toner to get firmer and flawless skin.

Glycerin As A Moisturizer

Glycerin is the very good moisturizer for the skin. It helps your skin to absorb water from the air and helps in reduction of dryness and dullness of the skin. It works for an addition of hydration and fitness of your skin. You can also pour glycerin in your daily cream and bath water to get better results.

Glycerin As An Anti-Ageing Cream

Glycerin can mix with almond oil to massage your skin on a daily basis. In addition, you can add fish oil or vitamin E oil to glycerin to massage your skin. For wrinkle-free skin, you can use this on a regular basis to keep your skin flawless and glowing.

Glycerin To Sooth Dry Skin

Add glycerin to your cream and apply it on your face and keep it for 10 minutes. After that wash it off with lukewarm water. It will soothe your dry and irritated skin. It is the best home remedy for the winters.

Glycerin For Acne

Glycerin has the anti-bacterial properties due to which it helps to fight against pimples and acnes. You can directly apply glycerin on acne or a pimple for best results.

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