The properties of parsley soap are ideal to get the skin to return to its usual color and look less abused. The properties of parsley can lighten blemishes on the face and body  in an effective and relatively fast way.

The skin always requires care, especially that of the face, which is the most delicate and sensitive to any factor, especially when the skin of the face has spots . Many times annoying spots appear on the skin that occur for different reasons and before their appearance, ways are sought to eliminate them, causing large amounts of money to be spent buying commercial creams that rarely work.

There are many home treatments that are excellent to hide them, in addition to being simple to perform and very inexpensive. One of the best options is parsley soap to treat blemishes on the face.

Causes of skin spots

It is normal that on many occasions the skin presents certain changes in its pigmentation , which can be due to various factors. They can be caused during pregnancy, they can be inherited in the genes, the different types of spots on the skin are as follows:

Sun spots

Being exposed to the sun’s rays too often without any type of protection causes the production of melanin to increase in the skin, therefore some spots tend to appear, which are often permanent.

Age spots

On many occasions, the signs of aging are not only the so hated wrinkles and white hair, but some spots can also appear on the face. Although they cannot disappear completely, it is possible to reduce them in size significantly, in addition to the frequency with which they appear.

 Spots caused by hormonal imbalances

Sometimes the hormones suffer some disorders or imbalances, as occurs with pregnancy or with treatments that use estrogens, which result in the appearance of dark spots on the skin of various areas of the body, especially the face.

Parsley soap to treat blemishes on the face

Many experts in naturopathic treatments and handmade soaps , assure that if a food is good for the body, it is also good for the skin. The parsley is a herb used frequently in the kitchen, is an aromatic excellent that brings a different and delicious flavor to many recipes, besides this, it can be very beneficial for the skin .

It is true that its use within the cosmetics industry is very limited. As for nourishing creams to care and hydrate the skin, it is quite difficult to get this herb as part of its ingredients, but this does not mean that you cannot take advantage of its benefits and create our homemade parsley soap to eliminate blemishes . There are several homemade recipes to use parsley in  dermatological treatments , one of the most common is soap to treat blemishes on the face .

Materials needed to prepare the parsley soap

  • A well-laden infusion of green tea.
  • A well-laden infusion of parsley.
  • Two large tablespoons of powdered milk; soymilk can be used as well.
  • Two large tablespoons of powdered oatmeal.
  • A large tablespoon of fresh honey.
  • A glycerin soap of 250 gr.

Steps to follow to prepare a homemade parsley soap

  1. Prepare both infusions and let them rest until they are warm.
  2. When they have a suitable temperature, add the honey, oatmeal and milk in the same container and then stir until creating a homogeneous mixture.
  3. In a separate container, melt the glycerin soap cut into pieces, the best way, also the fastest, is in a water bath.
  4. Once the soap is completely liquid, turn off the heat and combine both mixtures, stirring them with a grill stick until they become a single mixture.
  5. Transfer to a mold to let it rest at room temperature, and in a couple of hours it will have solidified on its own.

Techniques for using parsley soap

Being a totally natural soap without preservatives, it should not be placed under water jets, since when it soaks too much it loses consistency and therefore wears out much faster than conventional ones. To wash the face, you should moisten your hands and rub it until foam comes out , it is gently passed over the area where the spots are and then removed with plenty of water. Doing this for a couple of weeks will begin to notice changes.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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