Fruitfully Radiant face pack

Hello once again to all you beautiful girls.

I hope you all got a chance to try the homemade  face scrub recipe I posted last week.

Today let’s talk about a naturally glowing, radiant skin.
This fast paced hustle-bustle of the new century where every one is busy, stressed and tired along with being excited especially during this time of the year, contributes a lot to how our skin looks and feels. 
Students are stressed because of the finals, professionals are stressed to meet the year end deadlines, some are stressed with last-minute christmas gift shopping, sleeping late, eating anything available quick and several other reasons. All of these factors affect our skin’s health. It is always helpful to care for our skin by choosing to make healthy dietary choices and by following natural topical skin care regimen.

Take just a few minutes out of this busy schedule to pamper yourself with this natural fruit face pack.

Ingredients:
Ripe Papaya pulp- enough to cover entire face and neck
1 tsp honey

Mix these two and apply all over face and neck and leave it until dry.
Softly wash it off with luke warm water and pat dry.

Papaya is a good source of fruit enzyme papain which has mild exfoliating properties thus helps clean off the dead skin. When applied topically, papaya is also shown to reduce wrinkles and blemishes thus making the skin smooth and healthy (rejuvenated).

I will not repeat the information on honey since i mentioned it in the face scrub article.

 I hope you all will try this one too. 🙂

Oh!!! one more thing, DO NOT FORGET TO KEEP YOURSELF WELL HYDRATED. Drinking plenty of fluids, especially water, has shown to keep the skin healthy.

** The above information is for educational purposes only. Consult your doctor for specific medical advice, diagnosis and treatment. **

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by shachi on December 15, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Sounds very good and delicious too:) Can’t wait to try this one out.

    Reply

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