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Why make your own sugar scrubs, masks, and skin care products?
The majority of store-bought beauty products come packed with artificial colors, fragrances, preservatives, and stabilizers that are all absorbed through the skin’s pores. Consequently, these may cause a range of potential negative long-term health effects.
In-the-Limelight Sugar Scrub
DIY-ing a chemical-free exfoliating sugar scrub is an easy way to get your skin glowing as we shed winter layers and bare more skin! Lime helps rejuvenate the skin and protect it from infections—thanks to its antioxidant, disinfectant, and antibiotic properties—while the citric acid in lime peels can slough off dead skin cells. Coconut oil contains three fatty acids—capric, caprylic, and lauric acid—which possess both disinfectant and antimicrobial properties.
I'm Going Bananas! Facial Mask
Wandering into your kitchen and putting a little fresh fruit on your face isn’t as crazy as it sounds! In fact, this edible chocolate face mask, featuring simple kitchen ingredients, makes skin healthier—the tasty way! Cacao has been studied for its ability to increase circulation and protect against sun damage. Bananas are sometimes called “nature’s botox.”
Make like a banana and split!
Did you know?
- Bananas are the single most-sold item at Walmart: 1 billion pounds annually!
- To cure pimples, try massaging banana peels (not the yellow part, the inside white part) on your face and body for five minutes every day. The results should be visible within a week.
Limes increase in weight after they are picked.
Limes have very little natural sugar in them. To illustrate, a whole lime only has one gram of sugar in it. A whole orange has 12 grams of sugar
- It wasn’t until 1932 that Charles Glen King made the connection between limes and the ascorbic acid inside them known as Vitamin C.
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