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The Magic Side of Lily Flower

20 May

Lily or who has the latin name Lilium L. Candidum This is known since ancient Greece. Lily initially grown on the plains of the Mediterranean and West Asia, almost every house there are decorated with the beauty of this flower. Even then, this interest developed in the area of ​​agriculture.

Flowers that bloom in May chose this turned out to save the various properties. Several important chemical substances contained in them, such as flavonoids (known as anti-oxidant, anti cancer, and helps regenerate the skin), the carotenoid that functions as an anti-oxidant, Saponins (also known as a substance inhibiting the growth of cancer cells), and some substance other.

So what does a supposedly efficacy Lily said ‘magic’ that? Well here are some magical properties of flowers Lily:

1. Helps heal and remove the scar on the skin, such as burns, injuries from falls. And advantages, Lily can heal wounds without scars. Your skin will return smoothly as before.

2. Saponins are generally present in tubers and seeds. Saponin serves to inhibit cancer growth and helps regulate cholesterol levels. Saponin is also contained in the Lily, that’s why there are some cosmetic products that utilize Lily flowers to prevent the growth of cancer cells in the skin (especially if the skin is too often exposed to direct beam sunlight).

3. Lily flower extract to help skin retain moisture, provide special care for dry skin, skin irritations and sensitive skin.

4. Polysaccharide which is also contained in this rate included in the hydrocolloid group, its function is to help improve the viscosity and stability of water moisture in the skin. In the skin, this polysaccharide hold water content which is to remain in such a balanced amount.

In addition to beautiful Lily was indeed understand the needs of women. Now just look for skin beauty products that contain the efficacy of this Lily flower. Your skin will be more beautiful by magic.

 
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Posted by on May 20, 2011 in UNIQUE

 

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