Moringa Facial Mask

moringa.jpgMoringa Facial Mask

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Thanks for watching my Moringa Facial Mask tutorial and DIY , I have listed the ingredients and their benefits, Check it out!!!

Moringa:
Antioxidants:
Antioxidants play a vital role in maintaining healthy cells in our body. These can reduce the risk of cancer and slow down the aging process. Moringa leaves contain about 30 antioxidants that promote healthy skin. The leaves can be included in your diet to stimulate metabolism and trigger weight loss.
Acne:
The extract of moringa leaves is widely used in the cosmetic industry as it has many therapeutic and skin purifying properties. It removes impurities from the skin and rejuvenates it. It also enhances fairness and maintains the natural skin color.

SPIRULINA:
Skin Toner:
Spirulina has a high content of vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitamin E, calcium, iron and phosphorus, all of which are vital for your skin’s health. Free radicals make your skin look tired, limp and flabby. Taking Spirulina supplements on a regular basis works wonders for your skin, making it look toned, youthful and vital. It also treats flabby skin by eliminating the body’s metabolic waste products and strengthening the body as a whole.

Reduces Dark Circles
Detoxifying nature of spirulina helps reduce dark circles by removing darkness around the eyes. Being an iron-dense food, it brightens your eyes and gives them energetic look.

Anti-Ageing
Spirulina contains vitamin E or tocopherol, tyrosine, and selenium. All of these nutrients are known for their anti-ageing effects. Prepare a facemask by mixing spirulina with water. Keep it for 20 minutes and rinse off

Cleanses Skin
As spirulina improve the process of metabolism, it eradicates heavy elements and toxins from the body. High concentration of chlorophyll in it eliminates the free radicals and makes your skin smoother and softer.

BENTONITE CLAY:

Clay unclogs the skin pores and shrinks them
Whether you have oily skin or not, your pores will undoubtedly become clogged at some point. Shrinking the size of your pores can help tremendously with keeping your face clean and blemishes as bay. Make a mask from clay using enough water and clay to make a paste along with a little lime juice. Apply to your face and neck and leave it on for about thirty minutes. You will feel your face tighten slightly as the mask dries. Rinse with warm tap water and pat dry with a clean towel. Repeat this twice a week to reduce the size of your pores and leave your skin feeling vital and fresh.

Clay helps control the overproduction of sebum
Too much oil on the skin, abnormal shedding of dead skin cells and excess bacteria generally results in acne. You may also be prone to outbreaks if you take certain medication, produce too much sebum (a natural oil) or have a family history of acne. Blackheads or whiteheads are produced due to an excess of sebum, which cause blocks within the hair follicles on the skin. Oily skin with too much sebum encourages the production of bacteria which irritates the skin. This can result in acne.

Clay exfoliates
Exfoliating is a very important part of any skincare regime. It not only removes dead cells but also unclogs the dirt and oil in your pores that can cause breakouts.

HONEY:

Moisturizing Mask
Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it draws moisture from the air into the skin and ensures it’s retained it in the layers where it’s needed most for penetrating, long-lasting hydration.

Scar Fader
Honey is said to lighten skin, and its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial compounds help to decrease the appearances of scars and increase healing and tissue regeneration. The hydrating properties of honey and coconut oil or olive oil will also help revive skin cells, while regular, gentle massaging will increase circulation to aid skin recovery and cell turnover.

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