HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES FOR COMPLEXION

Complexion refers to the natural colour, texture, and appearance of the skin, especially that of the face.
A person's complexion is a biological trait. The protein molecule known as melanin causes variation in tone. Melanocytes insert granules of melanin called melanosomes into the other skin cells of the human epidermis. The melanosomes in each recipient cell accumulate atop the cellular nucleus, where they protect the nuclear DNA from mutations caused by the sun's ionizing radiation. The human body tends to protect itself against harmful surroundings. The epidermis of the body, very sensitive and delicate, reacts almost immediately to most outside effects. People whose ancestors lived for long periods in the regions of the globe near the Equator generally have more active melanocytes, and therefore larger quantities of melanin in their skins. This makes their skins very dark and protects them against high levels of exposure to the sun (it also depends on the country). In areas of the globe closer to the poles, people have far less need for protection from ionizing radiation, so their skin is usually lighter.
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES
BERBERIS AQUFOLIUM Q- Clears complexion and cures acne, blotches and pimples on the face. Use five drops in water thrice daily orally. 1 ml mixed with 30 ml of glycerine or olive oil and may also be rubbed gently on the face which has been previously  washed with soap and water and dried
IODUM 1000- One dose a fortnight makes the complexion fair. Give one dose fortnightly for six months
CAUSTICUM 200, LYCOPODIUM 200- To be tried in the given order when iodum fails. Use in 200 potency every week
SARSAPARILLA OFF. Q- Clears complexion of the face.Skin which appears emaciated , shrivelled, wrinkled and dry becomes fresh and clear. Use 5 drops three times a day


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