Herbs useful for skin care are:-
sarsaparilla root topically to support the healing of itchy, scaly skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. It can even be helpful in treating acne, athlete’s foot, ringworm and other inflammatory skin conditions.
Turmeric is all over the place these days, and for good reason. It’s derived from the rhizome of a plant that very closely resembles a ginger plant. And it has amazing anti-inflammatory properties.
It can be used in a compress to support healing injuries and lesions of the skin. When eaten, turmeric root cleanses the blood, which can contribute to overall skin health.
Aloe vera able to promote rapid cell regeneration helps support the body to heal rashes, wounds, fungal infections as well as many other skin problem types.
Aloe vera can be made into an aloe juice drink, which is great for skin and digestion.
Basil is a far better astringent than alcohol (or those harsh acne treatments full of benzoyl peroxide), Basil helps to pull things from the skin and acts as an antiseptic , It’ll help with any inflammation that’s commonly associated with acneic skin and helps to regulate oil production, which is a culprit behind some breakouts. It uses as cleansing mask, you can simply mash up a few stems and smear them on your face.
Chamomile is another herb that’s really great for cleansing the skin. mixing it with natural clays and oatmeal to create a calming facial buff—or look for it in an all-natural cleanser.
Hibiscus has been called nature’s Botox, It’s also great for clearing and helping to firm the skin. It helps with fine lines and diminishing the appearance of wrinkles.” In other words, it’s pretty but powerful.