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Amazing Benefits Of Mint Leaves For Your Skin, Hair and Health


Mint leaves (pudina patta) is an essential herb in Indian cuisine. It has a fresh aroma that spices up your favorite foods like Biryani, chaats, veggies and various delicious gourmet. Mint has been quite popular across the Mediterranean countries as a symbol of hospitality. However, mint has stunning results on your beauty and wellness. You would be surprised that a glass of mint tea would shed your belly fat and give you a glowing skin. It has antibacterial properties that fight cold, flu, acne and it is a good source of Vitamin A, C, riboflavin, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and fiber that does a spectacular in repairing your skin, hair and boosting your immunity. Without further ado, let's begin with the fabulous effects of mint leaf.  

1. Treats acne:
The wonder herb is rich in salicylic acid, which is essential in healing acne-prone skin. You can use mint toners as leave pesky acne, zits far behind. Mint leaves even provide a soothing sensation that reduces the acne redness and pain. You can make mint toners for a week and store in the refrigerator, however, if you are too lazy to use toner you can even make the paste of mint leaves and apply it topically on your acne.

2. Reduce excessive sebum:
Oily skin lovelies this is your go-to herb, as it is a good source of Vitamin A and acts as an astringent which reduces the extra shine on your face. It even is helpful in shrinking the open pores, which is a common issue for many oily skin girls Include mint leaves in your homemade face packs or look for mint leave products and reduce the glaze from your face.

3. Vanishes scars:
Acne loves our face so much that they leave marks behind. Even concealers do a temporary job of hiding the marks, but if you want a permanent solution for scars, then mix crushed mint with lemon juice and apply it daily on your acne scars, this mixture will lighten the scars in a period of time and give you a blemish free skin.

4. Replenished complexion:

Hate your dry, dull skin? Then use potential mint leaves that have minerals, which shed dead skin cells, unclogs the pores, and cleanses the skin deeply resulting in a rejuvenates skin texture. You can make a mask of mint and cucumber and apply it weekly, twice over your face, this mask will make your skin glow elegantly.

5. Diminishes dark circles:
Soothe your under eye bags with mint juice, it will stimulate blood circulation and gradually reduce your racoon eyes. Apply the mint juice daily morning and let it stay for 1-2 minutes. Rinse it with cold water.
Tip: you can even use mint ice cubes and rub it on your delicate under eye, skin, this will reduce the puffiness.

6. Heal cracked heels:
Soak your foot in mint leaves permeated with warm water. Mint leaves have antibacterial properties that will remove the impurities settled in your heels and even smoothen the cracks. If you wish, you can add a few drops of essential oil that will calm your leg tissues, muscles.


1. Nourishes hair:

If you want stronger, glossy and bouncy hair, then rinse your hair with mint extract. It is enriched with zinc, minerals, vitamin, riboflavin that enhance the hair growth and texture. It even controls frizzy hair and hydrates hair follicles that will give you a smooth, glossy look.

2. Fights dandruff and oily scalp:
If have an oily scalp or if your hair turns oily in the monsoon weather, then make a hair mask of crushed mint leaves, ayurvedic camphor, and lemon. All three ingredients fight excessive sebum, cleanses the scalp and reduces flakiness. Apply this paste for 30 minutes and wash with mild shampoo. Use this mask twice a week for instant results and then reduce to once a week.


1. Prevents asthma:
Mint leaves have amazing effects on asthma patients. If you are suffering from an asthma attack, then smell the boiling mint tea. The strong odour will relieve the inflammation in your respiratory tract and let you breathe easily.

2. Combats flu, cold:
Mint leaves have antibacterial properties that fight against the bacteria and relieves nasal congestion. If you have a severe cough, cold then use peppermint balms or inhale peppermint vapour it will open your blocked nasal, throw out the phlegm and give you instant comfort.

3. Enhances immunity:
It is monsoon time girls, you can easily get infected by cold and infections, hence drink peppermint tea and involve peppermint leaves in your diet to boost your immunity. Mint leaves are power packed with nutrients, vitamin C, D, E, magnesium that fight against foreign bodies and keep you protected from any kind of viral diseases.

4. Stress reliever:
It is said that weekly bubble bath with essential oils releases the tensed muscles, tissues and keeps the body and mind calm. So to beat stress, you can use mint oil in your bubble bath or even inhale mint vapor and unwind your body stress. Isn't this a simple stress relief therapy?

5. Relieves indigestion:

If you are suffering from acidity or indigestion drink mint leaves tea, they have enzymes that aid in digestion and prevent bowel syndrome. Drink mint leaves tea after your meals and get a relief from indigestion, acidity.

Tip: if you suffer from stomach cramps, menstrual cramps then drink mint leaves tea and reduce the pain.

6. Improves oral health:
Bad breath is a total turn off, prevent bad breath by eating mint leaves, the cool aroma of mint leaves will freshen your mouth and reduce bad breath. Apart from bad breath mint leaves also improves the oral health, it reduces the chances of tooth cavity, decay. If you have cavity prone teeth, then use mint toothpaste, mouthwash and kill germs and cavities.

These were the fabulous uses of mint leaves. Do use them to enhance the quality of your health, skin, and hair.

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