Using Noni Juice on Skin
If you’ve recently discovered how noni juice can help you from the inside, you’ll be delighted to know that it also works well on the outside! Using the neat juice on your skin, mixing it in your shower gel or adding some to your bath can help to soothe and alleviate lots of skin problems.
Here are just a few:
Noni can help wounds to heal
Noni works in two ways to help wounds heal – it controls your blood sugar (on the inside) and high blood sugar levels can interfere with healing. It can also, applied topically, reduce inflammation in the wound area (wait until the wound is no longer open) and help with the final stages of recovery.
It can treat breakouts
You’re probably already drinking juice for your skin health, but if you have a sudden breakout of spots, or dry skin, then applying diluted noni to the affected areas can soothe it and help it clear up.
It has anti-aging effects
Noni is full of vitamin C and, while most of the benefits are to be had from drinking the juice, adding a dash to your bath helps to maintain your skin’s pH level and also to exfoliate away dead cells.
Noni inhibits histamines and is also an anti-inflammatory. Drinking the juice and applying it to rashes or hives, or even sunburn or minor burns (any burn bigger than a dollar coin should be seen by a doctor) helps to soothe and heal the skin faster.
Spots and acne
By now you should know all about the anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties of noni juice, as well as its generous quota of anti-oxidants. All of these properties can be put to good use when it comes to spots and acne – the anti-bacterial factors help to disinfect the skin while the anti-inflammatory compounds help to reduce the redness and improve the healing. Applied regularly, noni can prevent scarring, often a real problem after acne.