Turmeric for skincare – the “Glow” turmeric-infused rosehip oil

Turmeric oil for acne or eczema

I first realized how useful turmeric is about 8 years ago, when I first had my child, and I describe its immune benefits in this post. It however took me much longer to realize that it is also a great skincare ingredient, given its anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric for acne or eczema should be given strong consideration, and it is great for just normal skin maintenance.

After much trial and error in looking for the perfect turmeric-containing skincare product, I discovered the Glow oil by Aspen Kay. It seems to have a lot of high-quality turmeric in combination with my other favorite skincare ingredient, rosehip oil. It is also so inexpensive compared to the other turmeric-containing skincare products out there. Many are in the $50-100 range, as opposed to this one, which is just $19+ (reg 22+) if you want to grab it with 15% off subscribe-and-save with 5+ items in cart – otherwise, it’s $22+.

I’ve been using it for two years now, and I love it! It moisturizes my skin so beautifully, and it actually does seem to make it glow, as advertised. It is recommended for acne-prone mature skin. I’ve mixed it with body moisturizers and tried it on a stubborn rash on the back of my daughter’s knees – gone overnight! Other people have tried it and also seem to uniformly agree that it does a fantastic job – give it a try! I describe how I use it and combine it with other products such as the TruSkin Vitamin C and hyaluronic acid serum and the Lilyana Naturals moisturizer in this post.

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