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.