Lemon Peel Bioferment for Your Skin
The peel of a lemon is one of the most useful parts of the fruit. They help keep your lemon juice fresh for longer and give you a new way to use the rest of your lemon after you’ve enjoyed its juice. You can also use lemon peels as a natural remedy for several skin issues, including acne and eczema.
The benefits of lemon peel bioferment are numerous; they reduce inflammation, hydrate dry skin and balance oil production in oily skin. Lemon peels also have antibacterial properties that make them great for treating pimples and other blemishes caused by bacteria. Read on to learn more about why you need to start using lemon peel bioferment on your skin every day.
What is Lemon Peel Bioferment?
Lemon peel bioferment is the liquid that remains after you ferment lemon peels. Lemon peel bioferment is also sometimes referred to as lemon peel tea or lemon peel water. This is a great way to put your lemon peels to good use after making lemon juice. Lemon peels are rich in pectin, a soluble fibre that is great for your digestive health. Pectin is also used to make jellies and jams, but you can also use it to make lemon peel bioferment.
Why Should You Use Lemon Peel Bioferment?
Lemon peels are rich in vitamins and minerals that are great for your skin. They contain vitamin C (a powerful antioxidant), vitamin B6, vitamin E, beta-carotene, pectin and citric acid. While these substances are great for your health, they can also be used to improve your skin. Vitamin C and beta-carotene are powerful antioxidants that can reduce signs of ageing and improve your skin’s elasticity.
Pectin is a soluble fiber that helps hydrate your skin, reducing signs of aging and increasing collagen production. Citric acid can help reduce acne and eczema.
Lemon peel bioferment is a great ingredient for not just skin but also hair and body care.
We include lemon peel bioferment in our Brightening & Discoloration Correction Face Cream, which also contains a long list of skin loving ingredients.
How to Make Lemon Peel Bioferment?
To make lemon peel bioferment, you’ll need to ferment lemon peels. Here’s how to do it: - Wash your lemon peels and leave them to dry. - Slice your lemon peels into thin pieces. Make sure they’re thinly sliced so they’ll ferment quickly. - Put your sliced lemon peels into a clean jar. Fill the jar with water until it’s about two-thirds full and leave it to ferment for 2-3 days. - Once 2-3 days have passed, strain the lemon peel tea into a new jar and store it in the fridge. - You can use your lemon peel bioferment 2-3 times before you need to make a fresh batch.
The Benefits of Lemon Peel Bioferment for Your Skin
Lemon peel bioferment is rich in vitamins and minerals that are great for your skin. It contains vitamin C (a powerful antioxidant), vitamin B6, vitamin E, beta-carotene, pectin and citric acid. These nutrients are powerful antioxidants that can reduce signs of ageing and improve your skin’s elasticity.
Pectin is a soluble fiber that helps hydrate your skin, reducing signs of ageing and increasing collagen production. Citric acid can help reduce acne and eczema. All of these nutrients are found in lemon peels, so you can enjoy their benefits by including this ingredient in skin or hair products.
While it’s not a common ingredient, we do feature it in our Brightening & Discoloration Correction Face Cream, which also offers an abundance of other skin loving ingredients.
How to Use Lemon Peels for Skin Care?
Lemon peels and lemon peel bioferment can be used in a variety of ways to treat your skin. Here are some of the best ways to use lemon peels for skin care:
Lemon peel water: Lemon peel water is a great way to reduce acne, blackheads and signs of ageing. You can add lemon peel water to your daily skincare routine once or twice a week.
Lemon peel tea face wash: Lemon peel tea is rich in antioxidants, so it’s a great cleanser for sensitive skin. You can use it as a daily face wash to keep your skin healthy and hydrated.
Lemon peel hair rinse: Lemon peel water is a great way to condition your hair. Simply add it to your normal hair care routine once or twice a week.
We include lemon peel bioferment in our Brightening & Discoloration Correction Face Cream, which also contains a long list of skin loving ingredients:
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