Enzymes contained in milk have anti-inflammatory properties, swelling and relieve skin tension. Therefore, topical milk is also a “good medicine” that can treat certain skin disorders.
1. Oral ulcer
Using a cotton ball to pound the iced milk and then gently pressing the ulcer with a cotton ball for 15 minutes, the cold temperature of the ice milk can play an anti-inflammatory role, and the protein in the milk can accelerate the healing of the wound.
After boiling milk for 3 minutes, boil the milk. Put a white film on the wall of the pot and apply it to the affected area. Frequent rubbing has a certain effect.
Pour 100 grams of rapeseed oil (preferably olive oil) in 250 ml of milk, mix it well, and pour it into a warm bath. Bath once a week for 15 minutes.
4. Skin pigmentation
Mix fresh milk and 75% medicinal alcohol in a ratio of 3:1. Use it to wipe skin spots before going to bed.
5. Solar dermatitis
Commonly known as sunburn, a little liquid water (milk and water 50:5) for wet dressing, each 15-20 minutes, 2-3 times a day.
Add chopped green onion to the milk and apply it on the affected area once a day for two weeks.