Luxesucre Organic Blackstrap Molasses Prevent Grey Hair & Smooth Toned Skin, 500gm

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A superfood called blackstrap molasses can be utilized as a healthier alternative to sugar. Vital nutrients include vitamin B-12, B6, manganese, iron, glucose, selenium, potassium, calcium, and copper can be found in, LuxeSucre by DhampurGreen blackstrap molasses. Additionally, it enhances bone health, benefits skin and hair, acts as a laxative to improve digestion, and treats anemia. Copper, a mineral that aids in the production of collagen, is present in very small amounts in blackstrap molasses. One of the most prevalent proteins in our bodies, including our hair, is collagen. The pigment melanin gives color to your skin and hair. Greying hair is finally the result of insufficient melanin synthesis. In addition, as we age, our bodies produce less melanin, resulting in graying hair. Copper, along with other minerals in blackstrap molasses, promotes melanin production, which may result in gray hair reversal. Blackstrap molasses is made from raw sugarcane, whereas unsulphured molasses is made from ripe sugarcane and, depending on the brand, is left untreated for preservation. By encouraging new cell growth, molasses can help relieve acne and other skin concerns. Luxesucre by DhampurGreen Molasses can also help nourish hair strands and follicles. Molasses has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that promote smooth, toned skin. It is high in potassium, copper, calcium, and magnesium.


1. Is molasses good for skin and hair? 
Yes, molasses is good for skin & hair.
2. Does molasses prevent graying hair? 
Yes, molasses prevents gray hair. 
3. Is blackstrap molasses beneficial to one's hair? 
Blackstrap molasses' anti-aging antioxidants selenium, manganese, and zinc work from the inside out to soften hair and reduce hair loss, and gray hair. For a healthy head of hair, consume one tablespoon of blackstrap molasses daily. 
4. Can you apply molasses to your skin? 
Molasses has long been used to treat acne, eczema, and rosacea. It softens the skin and stimulates the production of lactic acid, which is an excellent defense against a variety of harmful skin conditions. 
5. Is blackstrap molasses beneficial to the skin? 
Lactic acid has been discovered in blackstrap molasses which can be used as a natural acne treatment. Consumption of blackstrap molasses also hastens wound healing, which ultimately helps your skin become fresh and clear. 
6. Does blackstrap molasses make hair darker? 
Minerals and nutrients abound in blackstrap molasses. Its high copper content aids the body's production of melanin, the pigment that gives hair color. Those same nutrients aid in the nourishment and strengthening of the strands. 
7. Is molasses suitable for all skin and hair types? 
Yes, all skin and hair types can use molasses. 
8. Does molasses use both men and women?
Yes, all these men and women can use molasses.


1. How to use molasses on hair?
Taking 1-2 tablespoons of blackstrap molasses diluted in water may improve hair health. Additionally, experts advise mixing water and molasses and applying it to your hair, then keeping it sit for 15 minutes. It is believed that the anti-aging antioxidants in molasses act as a conditioner, reversing greying and hair loss.

2. How to use molasses on your skin?
To use blackstrap molasses as a face wash, dilute it with water, apply it to your skin, and leave it on for at least five minutes. After that, rinse your face with warm water. Molasses is said to help with acne, eczema, and rosacea, and it's also an excellent skin softener.

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