Strawberries contain carotene, manganese, vitamins C and A. Filled with so many valuable components, strawberry is not only a fruit but also a good material from which to make lotions, scrubs, and masks. Strawberries will perfectly moisturize and nourish your skin. These are cosmetic recipes that you can make yourself.
A Beauty Salon In Your Kitchen: How To Make Cosmetics From Strawberries
Strawberry lotion for normal skin. Mix 50 ml of fresh strawberry juice, 50 ml of cucumber juice, and 100 ml of dry white wine. Pour the mixture into a glass jar or bottle and leave it for a day. Every morning, wipe the face with a cotton swab moistened with this lotion. Whitening mask. Mash 4-5 ripe strawberries into paste and apply to your face for 20-30 minutes. If the skin is dry, pre-lubricate it with vegetable oil. If you have oily skin, wipe your skin with freshly squeezed strawberry juice, before applying the mask. If you have freckles or age spots, this mask will whiten them so much that
will not see them; it will also even your skin tone. Apply this mask 2-3 times a week. The mask for sensitive skin. Mix 1 teaspoon of cottage cheese, 1 teaspoon of liquid honey, and 2 teaspoons of strawberry juice. Apply to your face for 15 minutes, then rinse with cold water. The mask for dry skin. Mix the egg yolk with 1 teaspoon of strawberry juice. Apply the mixture to your face for 20 minutes; then rinse first with warm, then cold water. Make sure for the best results to apply this mask 2 times a week for 2 months. Scrub for oily skin with strawberries. Take a
quarter cup of Greek yogurt, add a pinch of salt, then stir it into yogurt. Dip ripe strawberries into yogurt, apply them to your face, and knead them with your fingertips all over your face. Do the same with another 4-5 berries. Leave the strawberry-yogurt paste on your face for 10 minutes and rinse with cool water. Body scrub. Mash 4-5 berries in a bowl, then add 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of honey. Take a small amount of scrub and rub into your skin in a circular motion, starting from your shoulders and going down to your breasts. After the procedure, wash away the remains of the
scrub with warm water.
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