The benefits of lily flowers
Lily which has the Latin name Lilium candidum is known since ancient Greece. Lily was originally grown in the plains of the Mediterranean and western Asia. Then it is developed in the area of agriculture.
Flowers that bloom in May have a lot of benefits. Here are some benefits of Lily:
- Help heal and eliminate scars on the skin, such as burns, injuries from falls. Lily can heal wounds without scarring. Your skin will return to normal smooth.
- Saponins are generally found in legumes and whole grains. Saponins serves to inhibit cancer growth and help regulate cholesterol levels. Saponins is also contained in the Lily, which is why there are several cosmetic products utilizing Lily to prevent the development of cancer cells in the skin (especially if the skin is too often exposed to direct sunlight).
- Lily extract may help maintain skin moisture, provide special care for dry skin, skin irritation and sensitive skin.
- Polysaccharides contained in the flowers are included in the hydrocolloid group, that function to help improve the viscosity and stability of water moisture in the skin. In the skin, this polysaccharide withstand the water levels to remain in an equal number.