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Use turmeric soap, aloe vera…Kambua reveals secret for her glowing skin

2019 has been Kambua has probably been one of the best years in Kambua’s life. The gospel singer is finally pregnant after being married for more than 6 years to her pastor husband.

Kambua with her husband
Kambua with her husband

Her pregnancy came at a time when many questions where being asked about the state of her home and hearth. But that wasn’t the only place that she had to wait before she had a breakthrough.

Kambua pregnant
Kambua pregnant

Apparently, she also had an issue with acne affecting her. The songstress has now revealed a secret to the beautiful glowing skin that she has.

She wrote a long message on her Instagram page detailing how she had struggled with acne before she found a long-lasting solution. She wrote;

From time to time i’ve talked about my skin which is acne prone. it was a real struggle especially because my acne started after high school 🤦🏾‍♀️. I tried many, many things, some over the counter, others dermatologist recommended, and nothing seemed to work. I hated the questions and unsolicited advice from people 🙄

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

But what worked for her for a time was her mother’s home remedies until last year when her skin broke out again. She said it was so bad that it affected her self-esteem.

She said her soulution came to her when a friend called Gasheri messaged her informing her that she might have a solution for the acne she was suffering from. Kambua decided to give it a try.

She said that the solution entailed her using turmeric soap (to cleanse), aloe vera (to apply before bed), rose water (as a toner), and marula oil (for moisturising).

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

She said that the products worked and her friends have even noticed the change.

Acne, also known as acne vulgaris, is a long-term skin disease that occurs when hair follicles are clogged with dead skin cells and oil from the skin.

It is characterized by blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and possible scarring. It primarily affects areas of the skin with a relatively high number of oil glands, including the face, upper part of the chest, and back.

Pharaohs are recorded as having had acne, which may be the earliest known reference to the disease. Since at least the reign of Cleopatra(69–30 BC), the application of sulfur to the skin has been recognized as a useful treatment for acne.

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