In a time where fresh, citrus, and flavor explosion fruit becomes to be at the forefront of our diet, and fills our system with the much needed vitamin C splashes us with lots of vivid color, became to be a helpful skincare routine.
There are other uses of orange that goes beyond just savoring your taste buds – from benefiting your hair and skin specifically. So if you like everything natural, then you’re in the right track.
Your new mantra: “Don’t throw away the orange peels.”
Peeling away the acne
Orange skins can help clean your pores and prevent bacterial invasion. Let the orange skin dry for a day or so. Once dry, grind the skin while adding a thorough amount of water, turning it into a paste. Wash your face clean, and massage onto your face the orange paste leaving it for 20 to 30 minutes then rinse with warm water.
Get rid off the blackheads by making a natural facial mask. From the orange paste, mix it together with equal parts of yogurt. Rub the mixture onto your face on a circular motion. Leave it for at least 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
No more crinkly wrinkles
A simple consumption of orange a day helps you fight aging because of the infused vitamin C and antioxidants embodied on it. Vitamin C contributes a lot in the production of collagen, which helps giving your skin a supple and wrinkle-free face. Now don’t be afraid to combat skin-aging.
More care-free hair
Oranges are infused with natural vitamins B, B12, C, and E. The perfect nutrients to keep your hair revitalized and never dull. To bring out the real nutrients of orange, pair the mixture with honey, lemon, and olive oil.
In a bowl, mix all the ingredients, 1 tablespoon each. Rinse your hair with warm water, then damp it. Rub the mixture onto your hair, paying attention to your scalp most of the time. Leave it for at least 1 hour, then rinse with warm water.
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