For best result, repeat 1 or 2 times a week.
- Start with clean skin, you can cleanse the neck and chest too. Wash the face clean so the pores are not filled with dirty things. Before cleansing, you can also use Manuka Honey to exfoliate –
In the midst of a breakout or inflammatory crisis, your go-to exfoliants may become noticeably irritating. With healing power of the manuka honey, you can massage raw honey onto damp skin, it will provide just enough exfoliation without making skin more red or irritated. Honey contains small amounts of gluconic acid and other alpha-hydroxy acids, which gently remove dead skin cells and brighten the complexion.
- After cleansing, use fingers to spread the Manuka honey over your entire face in a thick layer, cover the neck and chest too if you like.
- Let it sit for 20 minutes. While waiting for the Manuka Honkey working its magic, it is a good time to check out the following –
Manuka Honey For hair:
Raw honey can be used as a hair mask or shampoo for soft, healthy hair. As it’s so sticky, try mixing 1/4 cup of honey with just enough water to make it sufficiently thin and easy to apply. Leave it on hair for 20 minutes.
Alternatively, add a spoonful of honey into your regular shampoo and wash as usual. If your hair is especially coarse or damaged, consider mixing raw honey with olive oil as a pre-shampoo treatment.
- Use a soft washcloth with warm water to remove the honey and enjoy the glow.
- Follow-up with a serum or any other skin treatments as you always do.