If you live in a part of the world that experiences cold weather, you’ll know that frigid temperatures can wreak havoc on your skin, both on the face and body. Because the winter humidity is too low, the surrounding humidity is quickly absorbed into the air and moisture also evaporates from your body. It makes your skin dry, flaky and can sometimes even crack, which can be painful or itchy.
Avocados are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and other antioxidants, as well as vitamin A, B, K, and E, all of which can help improve the health and wellness of the skin. There are also numerous beneficial minerals and organic compounds in avocado that can be activated by using an avocado face mask.
Honey does have natural healing properties. It also has natural anti-septic, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Apples are high in fruit acids as well as vitamins Vitamin A, C, E, K and B Vitamins as well as Niacin Folate and Pantothenic Acid all of which make excellent for skin and when used in apple face masks.
They offer concentrated amounts of antioxidants which help to repair and protect skin against free radical damage which can age your skin prematurely.
Milk is truly a wholesome moisturiser with water, fat and proteins that can replenish the lost natural moisturising factors of dry skin type.
Oatmeal is often touted for its numerous health benefits, such as its high fiber content that can help lower cholesterol and ward off cancer. Oatmeal is beneficial when used topically, as well, which is why it is a favorable ingredient to look for in homemade or commercially produced face masks.
Banana’s rich in powerful anti-oxidants, phytochemicals, and moisture. This fruit will nourish and revitalize dry skin as well as smoothen rough and aging skin. If you have acne-prone oily skin, you can use it topically for oil control and to reduce further breakouts.
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