Since time immemorial, charoli seeds (nuts) have been used for making beauty products since they are extremely beneficial for skin. Charoli is often seen as a substitute to almond in food. And, just like almond nourishes skin with its vitamin E and fatty acid content, charoli also protects and nourishes skin providing various benefits including tan reduction, complexion enhancement, skin moisturization, acne reduction and many other advantages.
What makes charoli seeds good for your skin? The answer lies in the rich vitamins, minerals and oil content of charoli. Your skin requires special nutrition that these nutrients help provide.
About 40% of charoli seeds is protein. They contain similar amount of fats – including omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids. Additionally, charoli seeds are a good source of Iron, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Calcium. They also contain other minerals such as Manganese, Copper, Barium, Aluminium and Boron in trace amounts. Apart from these, charoli seeds are an excellent source of plant chemicals – tocopherols, polyphenols, flavonoids, tannins, alkaloids and saponins. These chemicals have showed promising results with their antibacterial, antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Now you know why we add Charoli to our Fresh Daily Ubtan! Let’s now look at detailed benefits of charoli seeds.
1. Charoli for skin whitening
Using Charoli for complexion clarity and enhancement has often been grandma’s recipe. Charoli shows properties of removing blemishes from the face. It reduces dark pigmentation from skin. This can be attributed to its phytochemicals alongside its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Charoli oil is also used traditionally to remove dark spots from face.
2. Charoli for acne and pimples
Charoli has plant chemicals that have antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that are helpful in treating skin problems like acne, pimples and breakouts.
3. Charoli as cleansing scrub
Charoli seeds are often used to make scrubs that cleanse your skin via exfoliation of dirt and dead cells. Charoli scrubs are also useful in reducing unwanted facial hair.
4. Charoli for skin tightening
Skin loses elasticity due to various reasons. In modern world, it would be due to lifestyle, pollution and stress. Charoli with its anti-inflammatory properties and protein content improves elasticity of skin and hence can be useful for skin tightening function. It thus helps in reducing wrinkles.
5. Charoli to relieve itch and prickly heat
In Ayurvedic preparations, charoli is used as a remedy for itching and prickly heat. Topical application of charoli paste helps reduce itching.
6. Charoli for babies
Charoli is used as alternative to soap for babies in various parts of India. Charoli ubtan for babies is a common practice. Paste made from soaked charoli or charoli powder is applied to skin as alternative to soap for babies. It is soft, moisturizing and safe for babies.
7. Charoli for smooth & supple skin
Charoli contains about 59% fat. The oil in charoli is like tonic for your skin. It makes your skin smooth, moisturizes it and makes it baby soft & supple.
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