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8 Hair and Skin Uses of Sulfur You Should Know

Sulfur has potent antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-fungal, and powerful healing ingredients used in a wide variety of skincare and hair care products like soap, creams, serums, lotions, etc.

Sulfur powder is a naturally occurring mineral that is extracted from volcanic ash, clay, or from hot spring.

Sulfur Uses

  • Sulfur is used to strengthen the collagen and elastin fibers in the dermis layer of the skin, thereby reducing the signs of aging (wrinkles and fine lines) and helping the skin to retain its original shape and form
  • Do you have dandruff in your hair? Mix some part of Sulfur with your regular shampoo.
  • Sulfur will help treat your eczema and psoriasis
  • Sulfur acts as both an anti-inflammatory and an antibacterial when combating rosacea
  • Sulfur will prevent your acne and pimples from spreading further by shrinking your pores and killing the P.acne (the bacteria-causing acne)
  • Sulfur, like salicylic acid, will exfoliate your skin, leaving the glowing, radiant top skin for people around you to admire
  • Sulfur will draw out oil to prevent the buildup of P.acne in the pores
  • Sulfur will treat your hair follicle infections and shingles

Sulfur Side Effects

  • People with natural hair may experience frizzy and dry hair whenever they apply a sulfur-based shampoo
  • Other side effects are irritation, swelling, itching, dryness, and others. Irritation is rampant when Sulfur is applied on a sunburned, wounded, or a broken skin
  • Do not use Sulfur whenever you’re pregnant or you’re a kidney problem
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