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Banana Face Mask

by Sahina Bano 8 months ago in skincare
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banana face mask is regarded as one of the most beneficial

Bananas are a popular element among cosmetics makers. The biggest manufacturers acquire hundreds of tonnes of them to make all types of masks, creams, and lotions. But what makes these fruits so delicious, and why are banana face masks so popular?

For good reason, the banana face mask is regarded as one of the most beneficial. It nourishes, hydrates, and calms inflamed skin.

Banana face mask: a delectable way to feed your face

For good reason, the banana face mask is regarded as one of the most beneficial. This is primarily due to the banana's constitution, which is high in trace minerals, amino acids, and vitamins such as C, B, and PP.

A banana face mask can assist your skin get rid of dry skin as well as wrinkles, which are the eternal enemies of all women. Furthermore, bananas sliced into circles and spread down on the skin of the face will generate the same effect as "more sophisticated" masks. However, because a banana loses its nutritious characteristics in a very short period of time, you should only use freshly sliced fruit to prepare a banana face mask, and the more yellow it is, the better. Don't be afraid to even use bananas with dark spots and streaks for your mask, they are even healthier for your skin.

As already mentioned, banana is one of the most common ingredients in the manufacture of various creams, lotions and face masks from renowned companies. It is clear that cosmetic companies will not operate at a loss, therefore, for the production of their products, from year to year, they use only proven components. And the benefits of bananas, in their understanding, are undeniable. Professional masks provided by beauty salons compete with purchased banana face masks. The greatest effect will always have a banana face mask, made taking into account all the characteristics of your skin. You can also make such a mask without leaving your home.

Homemade banana face mask recipes

Dry skin might benefit from a banana mask. You just need two ingredients for this mask: banana and honey. Add 1 tablespoon of pureed banana pulp to the mixture. honey that has been heated In this situation, the latter will serve as a moisturizer. Apply the mixture to your face for 15 minutes after stirring it. Remove the mask with a napkin and then wash with warm and cold water in alternating directions. To finish the treatment, apply toner or green tea to the skin to tone it down or tonic it.

Banana mask for tired skin. Combine the pulp of one banana and the whipped protein, adding lemon juice and vegetable oil as well. Apply the resulting mixture on your face and after 15-20 minutes remove it with a cotton pad dipped in a weak tea leaves. Then wash with warm and then cold water.

Rejuvenating banana face mask. Turn the pulp of one banana into mashed potatoes, add 2 tablespoons to it. yogurt or cream, 1 tbsp. flour and 1 tbsp. honey. Moreover, oat flour is best suited, and honey is natural, without additives. Stir all these ingredients and add mineral water until the consistency of the mixture becomes similar to thick sour cream. Such a mask can even be applied to the skin around the eyes and should be left not for the usual 15-20 minutes, but for half an hour. This mixture can even be stored in the refrigerator for up to 1.5 months.

Banana face mask is suitable for any skin, so it is attractive. Since all trace elements in a banana are in proper proportion, you can make a banana face mask more often than 2-3 times a week. But do not get carried away, there is such a thing as addiction. Otherwise, the skin will simply stop responding to the beneficial substances contained in this tropical fruit

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Sahina Bano

Freelance Blogger and Content Writer. I owe a website and write for my clients.

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