A forgotten ointment costs pennies, but it works wonders. Perfect for wrinkles under the eyes

A forgotten ointment costs pennies, but it works wonders.  Perfect for wrinkles under the eyes

This ointment from the pharmacy costs less than PLN 15 and is called “Madagascar’s gold”. Despite its unique properties, it has long been forgotten. However, today we decided to return to it and once again present the benefits that its regular use can bring.

A forgotten ointment costs pennies, but it works wonders.  Perfect for wrinkles under the eyes

In winter, our skin needs additional support. Dry from exposure to dry air in closed rooms, irritated by frost and cold wind, it requires special care. Drugstores and pharmacies encourage us to buy more and more fashionable and effective creams, which – unfortunately – often cost a fortune.

Before we decide on more advanced and expensive methods, it is worth considering natural and much more economical alternatives. One of such solutions may be ointment from the aviparous feathers, which is available in virtually every pharmacy. Its price is about PLN 15, although the final cost may depend on the capacity of the packaging, manufacturer and place of purchase.

Chickweed ointment for the face

The basis of your daily care routine should be a cream with an SPF sunscreen, which protects the skin against harmful UV radiation. The cosmetics market offers a wide range of anti-aging products. In this context, aesthetic treatments also appear, such as botulinum toxin (commonly known as Botox) or preparations based on hyaluronic acid. Unfortunately, these options are often expensive.

Before you decide on expensive treatments or cosmetics, it is worth trying natural and economical alternatives. One of them is an ointment based on the citrus plant.

Kalanchoe pinnata (Kalanchoe pinnata). A mysterious treasure from Madagascar

Cicatrix is ​​a succulent plant related to aloe, originating from Madagascar. It is now also cultivated in other regions of the world, such as Central America, Australia and Asia. In Poland it is often found as a potted plant. Its leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals, and its healing properties are appreciated in natural medicine and herbalism.

Viviparous pinnate extract can be used both internally and externally. The leaves and bark of this plant have been traditionally used in folk medicine as an analgesic, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal. It is worth adding that the viviparous plant was also used in cases of infections, earaches, upper respiratory tract infections, and even in the case of difficult-to-heal wounds and stomach ulcers.

Viviparous ointment – what does it help with?

The leaves of the plant contain a number of valuable chemical compounds, such as alkaloids, triterpenes, glycosides, flavonoids, steroids, bufadienolides and lipids. This plant is known for its antioxidant properties, which means it can help fight free radicals, the main culprits of the skin aging process.Homemade Cicada Facial Mask

How exactly does the feathered plant work in cosmetics and masks? Scientific research has shown that the active ingredients of this plant inhibit lipid peroxidation, which means that they protect the skin against the aging process. Flavonoids and vitamins E and C, present in the leaves of the plant, are important elements in the fight against the skin aging process and the formation of wrinkles.

It is also worth emphasizing that the feathered viviparous plant is rich in many nutrients, such as zinc, magnesium, iron, calcium, copper, riboflavin, thiamine and niacin. These substances support skin regeneration, counteract inflammation and support the healing process.

It is worth noting that cosmetics and masks with aviparous feathers are available in many pharmacies and cosmetic stores at affordable prices. Experience the natural beauty of Madagascar and enjoy healthy, youthful skin without spending a fortune. After all, “Gold from Madagascar” is a secret recipe for beautiful skin for only PLN 15, available at your pharmacy. Don’t miss this opportunity!