HomeDoctors ArticlesChlorophyll Effects On Your Skin Health

Chlorophyll Effects On Your Skin Health

Chlorophyll water can now be added to the ever-expanding list of cosmetic trends that have recently taken over our TikTok #FYPs. 

Promising miraculous changes from clearing up acne and increased energy to less body odour and weight loss, the benefits are quite tempting; therefore, many have not hesitated to hop on board.

Before you start using chlorophyll drops, read this article to understand the science behind chlorophyll and its effect on your skin health.

What is chlorophyll?

You are familiar with the green pigment that gives plants and algae their colour, right? That is chlorophyll. It is crucial to photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert light energy into oxygen, as you may recall from science class.

As a potent antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities, it offers excellent health advantages when taken both topically and internally.

Chlorophyll Effects On Your Skin Health

How does chlorophyll benefit the skin?

Chlorophyllin has shown effects to reduce inflammation and bacterial growth in skin wounds. It has rich antioxidant properties which make it beneficial to the skin for many reasons: 

  1. It is both cleansing and purifying to prevent the onset of breakouts. 
  2. It aids in the reduction of skin inflammation. 
  3. It is rich in vitamins A, C, E, and K, which all play an equally key role in your skin appearing radiant, rejuvenated, and youthful.

Chlorophyll Effects On Your Skin Health

How to take chlorophyll supplements:

As a supplement, chlorophyll comes in a few different forms, including:

  • tablets
  • ointments
  • sprays
  • liquid

According to Oregon State University, the average dosage of chlorophyllin supplements is between 100 and 300 milligrams per day over three divided doses.

Some people include liquid forms of chlorophyll in recipes to add it to their diets. Additionally, you can add the powder form to your water.

Before using any herbs or supplements, including chlorophyll, always consult your doctor. If you already take medication or have health issues, they may cause unwanted adverse effects.

Also Read:

Dr. DonikaAbout the Author: Dr. Donika Vata is a medical doctor from Ferizaj, Kosovo. She studied general medicine from University of Hasan Prishtina.
Dr. Vata has been writing about medical and skincare related issue in journals, social media websites, and books. She was working for some well reputed clinics such as Telehealth Pro- Online consultations, German Cancer Center, and AppLMD. Dr. Donika was also volunteering in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Currently, she is working as a medical doctor and researcher in a dermatology clinic.

For more Skincare news and Beauty latest updates please Like and Follow our Facebook Page and Instagram account…

Most Popular