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Banana peels can be very useful in so many ways

Throwing banana peels in the garbage is the most popular method of disposal. This often-overlooked substance, however, has a variety of remarkable applications. The peels can be used as a cleaning agent in the kitchen or in your beauty routine. 

We've compiled a list of the most useful banana peel uses that will change your mind about the fruit.

They can help reduce acne

Vitamin C and E are found in banana peels, as well as potassium, zinc, iron, and manganese. These nutrients can help to decrease acne breakouts and soothe sensitive skin. Banana peels also include lutein and carotenoids, which are fat-soluble substances that aid in the fight against inflammation and acne problems. 

Leave for 5 to 10 minutes after rubbing the banana peel over your skin. 

Rinse your skin well. 

Do this twice a day.

They reduce wrinkles

When the skin loses its elasticity and firmness, wrinkles appear on the face. Bananas include antioxidants and vitamin C, which can aid to minimize wrinkles. 

Leave for 30 minutes or overnight after rubbing the banana peel on your skin. 

Cleanse and moisturize your face. 

3 times a week is a good rule of thumb.

They can polish your silver

When your silver starts to tarnish or lose its brilliance, rub it with a banana peel. The inside of a banana peel includes potassium, which aids in the cleaning of metal things. 

Place the banana peels in a blender and blend until smooth. 

Half a cup of water should be added to the mixture. 

Mix until the mixture resembles a paste. 

Rub the paste into your silver for a few minutes.

They help remove splinters

A banana peel is high in enzymes, and these enzymes have a pulling action that will pull the foreign object to the skin's surface, making it much easier to grip the splinter, sliver, or glass with a pair of tweezers. 

Apply a ripe banana peel to the skin's afflicted area. 

Allow 15 minutes for the cream to absorb into the skin. 

Remove it with care, avoiding irritating the skin. 

After that, take out the splinter.

Easy composting

Adding a banana peel to your compost pile can assist provide extra calcium, magnesium, sulfur, phosphates, potassium, and sodium to your compost pile, all of which are essential for your plants' healthy growth. 

Banana peels should be cut into smaller pieces. 

Bury the banana peels beneath the plant you want to grow. 

fertilize – preferably near the roots 

Water the plant as soon as possible to allow the soil to settle on top of it.

Whiten your teeth

Ripe banana peels are high in potassium, which can help to eliminate yellow stains caused by some beverages, such as coffee and tea, as well as certain foods, such as blueberries and raspberries. 

Brush and rinse your teeth thoroughly. 

Rub the inside of the banana peel for two minutes on your teeth. 

Rinse your teeth once more and do it every day.

They help reduce the appearance of scars.

Banana peels have the ability to minimize skin irritation such swelling, redness, and scarring significantly. They also contain esterified fatty acids, which have been extracted and integrated into scar-reducing lotions. 

Apply the peel of a banana to the afflicted region. 

Allow for one hour or overnight storage. 

Rep on a daily basis

They help treat migraines and headaches.

Look no further than your fruit basket if you're seeking for a natural solution to relieve your migraine. Headaches can be relieved by rubbing a banana peel across the forehead and back of the neck. This is because the peel contains potassium. 

Freeze the banana peel for at least an hour. 

Apply one line of peel to the back of your neck and one to the forehead. 

Allow it to warm up for a few minutes. 

If you still have a headache, add more cold peels to the mix.


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