Honey is known for its therapeutic, anti microbial remedial properties. For these reasons it is a common home remedy. One of the reasons why Manuca Honey is being used for pigmentation treatment is that it helps to ease off inflammation and it contains anti-microbial properties. You need to understand that ordinary honey will not have effect on dealing with pigmentation because such do not contain antibacterial components. One of the rare types of honey you can find around is the manuca honey which is produced by bees that get their nectar from the manuca forest in New Zealand.
The properties of the Manuca Honey are too numerous to mention and such include; antibacterial properties, anti-viral properties, antiseptic properties, anti-inflammatory properties, antifungal properties, and anti-oxidative properties which cannot be found in natural normal honey. In addition to these properties, Manuca Honey is capable of diffusing deep into the skin and it does not lose its not lose its potency, neither does manuca honey require moisture or oxygen to make it effective.
The potency of manuca honey is rated to indicate its effectiveness. The higher the “ Unique Manuca Factor” the more effective it can be in treating pigmentation. To achieve the best possible effect with Manuca Honey, then you have to buy a pure , undiluted Manuca Honey. There are several ways through which the manuca honey can be applied on the skin for pigmentation treatment, perhaps the best method of application is the masking method in which you can apply a mask of manuca honey on your face 2-3 times a week before you go to bed.
As well as the heavy mask that can be applied on your face before going to bed, you can also make a light mask of manuca honey by mixing 3 table spoons of manuca honey with Cinnamon, Oatmeal, Lemon juice, or toasted wheatgerm. You can leave the light mask on your face for around 20 minutes before rinsing off with a warm moist clean cloth. The inflammation and redness symptoms which often characterize pigmentation can also be removed with the application of manuca honey in the first few days of the therapy.
Though the manuca honey can cure pigmentation disorders, however it may not be perfectly effective for some people, for this reason, seeking advise from a dermatologist is the best possible way of handling the treatment, you may have to combine this therapy with some others.
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