a staple cooking ingredient and health supplement but what does it do to our skin?
Turmeric Starbucks may have unveiled a turmeric-flavored latte last summer, but don't think the spice is just another foodie-inspired beauty ingredient.
Turmeric contains curcuminoids which have potent antioxidant and inflammatory properties, making this ingredient popular in acne, eczema and anti-aging beauty products.
Turmeric is already found in many brightening creams, serums and soaps. Curcumin, an active compound in turmeric tackles discoloration and damage from environmental aggressors, and because turmeric also has high ORAC levels (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), recent studies show it can inhibit the progression of skin's cellular aging.
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