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Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Onions

Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Onions

Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Onions

And why you need to start incorporating them in your skincare routine

While onions are known as a delicious pop of flavor for almost any dish, especially salads, what you don’t hear often are their skincare benefits. However, onions are chock full of them. In fact, they’ve been used for thousands of centuries to treat colds, bites, wounds, and now your sensitive skin. Yes, you heard that right.

Let’s take a look at how the onion rose to fame and

became one of our go-to ingredients in our latest face mask!

3300 - 1200 BCE

Onions are one of the world’s oldest crops, tracing back to the Bronze Age.

2700 - 2200 BCE

Onions are worshiped in Ancient Egyptian culture as a symbol of eternal life or eternity of existence thanks to their circle-within-circle design. They were so significant that even Pharaohs chose to be buried with them.

700- 400 BCE

In Ancient Greece, athletes consumed onions and believed they would “balance” their blood and increase their athletic ability.

105 BCE- 404 CE

Gladiators mashed them up, used them to treat their wounds, and even rubbed them on their skin to tone their muscles.

Age of Enlightenment

During the Revolutionary War of the 1700s, onions were applied to wounds during battle to help promote faster healing.

Early Americans

used wild onions to treat respiratory issues and soothe rashes.

Today

we continue to use onions as a staple in many dishes to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. They have continued to be used topically in scar treatments and skincare products alike for their ability to soothe, fade discoloration, and boost healing.

Why include onions in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask?

Besides being well-known throughout history, onions contain anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that are essential for treating acne, active breakouts, and inflammation.

According to The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, “...onion extract is beneficial in reducing the appearance of new dermal scars when used as directed.”

It can also help to reduce redness and strengthen sensitive skin from environmental stressors that can damage it.

Due to its amazing benefits, it was a no-brainer to include it in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask.

The combination of onions, carrots, and encapsulated ginger provides calming, barrier-fortifying relief overnight

And why you need to start incorporating them in your skincare routine

While onions are known as a delicious pop of flavor for almost any dish, especially salads, what you don’t hear often are their skincare benefits. However, onions are chock full of them. In fact, they’ve been used for thousands of centuries to treat colds, bites, wounds, and now your sensitive skin. Yes, you heard that right.

Let’s take a look at how the onion rose to fame and

became one of our go-to ingredients in our latest face mask!

3300 - 1200 BCE

Onions are one of the world’s oldest crops, tracing back to the Bronze Age.

2700 - 2200 BCE

Onions are worshiped in Ancient Egyptian culture as a symbol of eternal life or eternity of existence thanks to their circle-within-circle design. They were so significant that even Pharaohs chose to be buried with them.

700- 400 BCE

In Ancient Greece, athletes consumed onions and believed they would “balance” their blood and increase their athletic ability.

105 BCE- 404 CE

Gladiators mashed them up, used them to treat their wounds, and even rubbed them on their skin to tone their muscles.

Age of Enlightenment

During the Revolutionary War of the 1700s, onions were applied to wounds during battle to help promote faster healing.

Early Americans

used wild onions to treat respiratory issues and soothe rashes.

Today

we continue to use onions as a staple in many dishes to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. They have continued to be used topically in scar treatments and skincare products alike for their ability to soothe, fade discoloration, and boost healing.

Why include onions in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask?

Besides being well-known throughout history, onions contain anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that are essential for treating acne, active breakouts, and inflammation.

According to The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, “...onion extract is beneficial in reducing the appearance of new dermal scars when used as directed.”

It can also help to reduce redness and strengthen sensitive skin from environmental stressors that can damage it.

Due to its amazing benefits, it was a no-brainer to include it in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask.

The combination of onions, carrots, and encapsulated ginger provides calming, barrier-fortifying relief overnight

And why you need to start incorporating them in your
skincare routine

While onions are known as a delicious pop of flavor for almost any dish, especially salads, what you don’t hear often are their skincare benefits. However, onions are chock full of them. In fact, they’ve been used for thousands of centuries to treat colds, bites, wounds, and now your sensitive skin. Yes, you heard that right.

Let’s take a look at how the onion rose to fame and

became one of our go-to ingredients in our latest face mask!

3300 - 1200 BCE

Onions are one of the world’s oldest crops, tracing back to the Bronze Age.

2700 - 2200 BCE

Onions are worshiped in Ancient Egyptian culture as a symbol of eternal life or eternity of existence thanks to their circle-within-circle design. They were so significant that even Pharaohs chose to be buried with them.

700- 400 BCE

In Ancient Greece, athletes consumed onions and believed they would “balance” their blood and increase their athletic ability.

105 BCE- 404 CE

Gladiators mashed them up, used them to treat their wounds, and even rubbed them on their skin to tone their muscles.

Age of Enlightenment

During the Revolutionary War of the 1700s, onions were applied to wounds during battle to help promote faster healing.

Early Americans

used wild onions to treat respiratory issues and soothe rashes.

Today

we continue to use onions as a staple in many dishes to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. They have continued to be used topically in scar treatments and skincare products alike for their ability to soothe, fade discoloration, and boost healing.

Why include onions in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask?

Besides being well-known throughout history, onions contain anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that are essential for treating acne, active breakouts, and inflammation.

According to The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, “...onion extract is beneficial in reducing the appearance of new dermal scars when used as directed.”

It can also help to reduce redness and strengthen sensitive skin from environmental stressors that can damage it.

Due to its amazing benefits, it was a no-brainer to include it in our Golden Carrot Overnight Relief Mask.

The combination of onions, carrots, and encapsulated ginger provides calming, barrier-fortifying relief overnight

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