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"Turmeric has properties that help to reduce redness from blemishes and calm rosacea, and the antibacterial properties disinfect the skin and combat acne." This is the hottest ingredient to add to your DIY skincare routines, Allison Wallace - Yahoo7 Be

Tumeric Ground Powder
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is the root of a plant which is in the same family as Ginger. The flesh is a bright orange and dries to a deep yellow-orange color. Turmeric adds the familiar color to most blended curry powders. This flowering perennial has been cultivated for over 2000 years in India, China and the Middle East. Turmeric was worshipped in ancient times as one of the sun spices because of its yellow color. Turmeric is used as both a dye and a digestive aid, in fact it has just recently been patented in the US as a topical disinfectant. Often also spelled tumeric, termeric, tumric, termric.Suggested Use: Turmeric is one of the important and common spices for Indian Masala Blends along with coriander, cumin, pepper and a variety of other spices. Turmeric can be used to flavor egg dishes, basting liquids, sauces, poultry, fish, beans and lentils. 

Vicco Turmeric Cream and Foam
Vicco Turmeric Skin Creme with Sandalwood Oil, an Ayurvedic medicine, prevents and cures skin inflections, inflammation, blemishes, wounds, and other skin disorders. It soothes boils, pimples, acne and burns. It nourishes the skin, improves tonal value and makes it fair and beautiful. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Net Wt. 50g (1.76oz) Product of India Packaging: Box Product Type: Cream Ingredients: Water, Stearic Acid, Turmeric, Sorbitol, Methyl Paraben Sodium, Propyl Paraben Sodium, Sodium Hydroxide, Sandlewood

Thorakao Curcuma • Anadalou Natruals Turmeric Plus Enlighten Serum • Organic Turmeric Soap •
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