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3 nourishing face mask, you can make using food in your kitchen

The skin is the biggest body organ, it is also the biggest visible organ, the skin protects us from microbes and the elements, helps regulate body temperature and permits the sensation of touch, heat and cold.

Our skin is very fragile to weather changes and harsh substances that we use to our skin may damage it. When not looked after correctly, it can be damaged.

Some foods in the kitchen may contain the vitamins and minerals that help benefit the skin.

Here 3 nourishing face mask, made from some food in the kitchen below:

1. Oat mask

This mask is perfect for sensitive skin, oatmeal is hypoallergenic and contains anti-inflammatory properties that may help treat mild cases af acne, eczema and rosacea. It is very nourishing and it is an effective exfoliant, because of its soft granule texture.

Oats contain a natural cleansing agent called saponin which helps wash away impurities, while gently removing dead skin cells.


2. Cucumber mask

This mask is helps rough skin. It is cooling, it reduces redness plus it smells so good. It exfoliates gentle and leaves the skin incredibly soft and noticeable after use. It also helps combat premature ageing.

Cucumbers are rich in vitamin K, molybdenum, Pantothenic acid, potassium, vitamins C and B1, copper, manganese, biotin, magnesium and phosphorus plus a high water content. These are ingredients that are good for the skin.

3. Banana mask

Bananas contains potassium, vitamins B6, vitamin C and a fair amount of vitamin A.

Banana mask may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, making the skin glow because of its antioxidants. They can also reduce inflammation caused by acne, boost the skin's natural ability to prevent sun damage and help treat acne scars.


You do not have to look very far to find ingredients that can make a good face mask, you can find it right in you kitchen.


Source: news365.co.za/3-nourishing-face-masks-you-can-make-using-food-in-your-kitchen/

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