Vicco: The 1 Natural Topical My Dr. Recommends

Vicco, a turmeric-based topical, has been used in India to treat skin blemishes.


I have been experiencing skin blemishes that I am not used to! My holistic doctor, of course, recommends to change my eating habits (which can be hard!). I recently mentioned to him that I was visiting a dermatologist who prescribed me a few topical medications. He laughed at me for believing in their “lotions and potions” and told me to try the Ten Talents Cookbook, which is based on Seventh-Day Adventist wellness principles that focus on the Garden of Eden.


However, my doctor also shared a story from his time spent working in California as a much younger man (he’s 85 and walks 2-3 miles daily). He said that the Indian women that he worked with had flawless skin and so he asked them what their secret was. They said: VICCO.

Vicco: Made from Turmeric

Turmeric is a traditional Indian spice with a powerful compound called curcumin. Curcumin is a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Given that oxidation and inflammation are believed to play a role in aging, curcumin may have effects that go way beyond just preventing outbreaks.

I love applying this on freshly washed skin. It smells really good and gives your skin a yellowish tint! It is comfortable to sleep with, too. See more on skincare.

Note: This is not professional advice in any way. I am simply sharing my personal experience and what has worked for me. Please consult a medical professional before making any changes to your skincare routine or wellness regiment.

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  • IndiaNetzone says:

    History of Indian spices is recorded from the time of inception before the invasion of Arabs in the year 711 AD. The story of Indian spices is more than 7000 years old. Centuries before Greece and Rome had been discovered, sailing ships were carrying Indian spices, perfumes and textiles to Mesopotamia, Arabia and Egypt. It was the lure of these that brought many seafarers to the shores of India.