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Cinnamon has been around forever and was considered by ancient
civilizations as being one of the most important spices in the world.
Since then, cinnamon as an ingredient has continued to live up to its
reputation. In beauty and skincare, cinnamon oil is heavily used.
Because cinnamon does contain slight astringent properties, sensitive
skin types may want to use caution when thinking about including
cinnamon oil in their skincare. However, cinnamon combined with other
ingredients is less likely to cause skin irritation. Because cinnamon
oil produces a strong stimulating and warming effect when applied to the
skin,the most popular use of cinnamon oil is in massage.
A decoction of cinnamon is good for coughs and colds. For acne and
headaches, cinnamon powder paste can be applied. It is also excellent as
a mouth freshener. Cinnamon oil is used in cosmetic industry for
producing heating and tonic means.
Body scrubs. Mix in 2 teaspoons black pepper and cinnamon; add some
olive oil and 1 teaspoon salt. This scrub cleanses skin and stimulates
blood flow. Also it is very useful for people, who want to get more
effect from physical exercises.
For deep cleansing of body skin you can prepare scrub from a glass
sugar, half a glass olive oil and 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Mix everything
carefully and put on the body with massage movements.
Cinnamon hands soak. This soak will leave your hands (or even feet!)
silky soft, and slightly scented with cinnamon. You need 2 cups water, 1
cup milk, 1/2 tablespoon olive oil, a pinch cinnamon. Mix all
ingredients in a microwave-safe bowl large enough to fit both of your
hands. Put the bowl in the microwave for 20 seconds, or until the
mixture is quite warm, but still comfortable to touch. Soak your hands
in the mixture for 10 minutes. When you are done soaking, take your
hands out, rinse them briefly with lukewarm water, and pat dry. Add your
favorite moisturizer if desired.
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