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Herbal beauty products and aids are made from the extracts of plant roots, stems, flowers, leaves, bark or other parts. These extracts are thought to be completely free of chemicals. However, that is not entirely true as some of these extracts might have some chemicals used as preservatives or even fragrance. Furthermore, there might be trace pesticides that have been used during cultivation. With growing awareness of the harmful effects of chemicals, a lot of herbal products now come certified to be chemical-free. It’s worth our time to read the ingredient list on the cover or package literature as well as to do some research on the company and its production practices.
Healthy Skin Via The Kitchen Garden by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert 0
Smoothies can be packed with protein; pre-workout energisers, hydrators and post-workout recovery accelerators can deliver performance-enhancing nutrients; herbal teas can soothe or energise — all of these beverages have a functional purpose to meet specific wellness needs. And then there’s a less obvious, simple, blender-free drink that serves a mighty wellness-enhancing purpose. Providing more than just hydration, fresh lemon juice and water can deliver surprising benefits.