Seasonal Fruit Masks to Hydrate Your Skin
Seasonal Fruit Masks to Hydrate Your Skin

Oiliness, heat rashes, pigmentation and pimples are just a few of the summer skincare woes that one has to deal with. While it may seem that hiding away in your houses is the best way to protect yourself from sun damage, there is a lot more that you can do. Turn to seasonal fruit masks for help! Eating the seasonal fruits is just one way to aid your skin. You can also use these fruits to create natural, home-made remedies in the form face masks. These fruit packs will quickly boost your lusterless skin and leave you glowing from within. They can deeply cleanse, stimulate and give you a radiant complexion, all naturally!

Mango and Chia Hydrating Mask

This mask is suitable for all skin types, it revitalizes and rejuvenates by balancing and moisturizing your skin.

Ingredients –

  • Two Tablespoons of mango pulp
  • One teaspoon of chia seeds
  • One teaspoon of aloe vera gel

Directions –

  • Blend or mash half a mango until smooth and creamy. Do not mash the mango with peels.
  • Soak the chia seeds in one tablespoon of cool water. Mix with a whisk and let it stand for a few minutes.
  • Whisk again, and let stand for 10 minutes. Whisk the mixture again and let it sit in the refrigerator for 15 minutes or till they expand into a gel.
  • Scrape the gel fresh from the inside of aloe vera leaves.
  • Combine all the ingredients in a clean and dry mixing bowl and you can add or decrease the chia seeds gel according to the consistency you want for the mask.
  • Apply it on your face and leave on for about 15 minutes.
  • Use a warm and moist washcloth to remove the mask gently. Follow up with a splash of cool water on the face to rinse completely and pat dry with a soft towel. Read More……………..

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