GARLIC This cooking ingredient can also scare off the unfriendly visitors to our skin – zits! The antioxidant properties in garlic can help heal acne scars and prevent new blemishes from forming. You can apply fresh garlic juice directly onto a newly formed pimple, or dilute with water and cleanse with a washcloth. If theContinue reading
Papaya Face Mask It’s not just for tropical breakfast anymore! Papayas are rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, and E. They help hydrate and soften the skin as well as removing impurities. Simply blend it with honey and lemon, put it on your face, and try not to lick it off! Shared by: http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
Mayonnaise Lather it on warm, damp-cover your head with a plastic shower cap, and in 20 minutes, rinse. The heat helps the mayonnaise penetrate the damaged, dry hair so when you wash it out, the hair is silkier and healthier than ever before. http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
Vinegar Swap your conditioner for vinegar twice a month and you’ll get rid of any nasty buildup, as well as improve your hair’s silkiness and shine. Stick to cider or white wine vinegar for better results. But, don’t do this more than a few times a month or you’ll risk drying out your hair. http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
Chocolate Face Mask Cream, cocoa, honey…everything in this face mask sounds good enough to eat! Chocolate is a strong antioxidant, cream helps hydrate, and honey softens. Your skin will never look or smell so fantastic! Shared by: http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
Parsley Breath Freshener That little sprig of green on the side of your plate isn’t just to add a pop of color—it combats halitosis! After a garlicky pasta dish or a fiery curry, just chew some parsley and the herb’s oils release, banishing bad breath on the spot. Shared by: http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
Foods for a Healthy Smile Raisins: You might think that because raisins are sweet and sticky, they’re not good for your oral health. But research has shown that antioxidants in raisins fight the growth of a type of bacteria that can cause inflammation and gum disease. shared by: http://www.eatingwell.com/nutrition_health/nutrition_news_information/5_beauty_foods_for_natural_radiance?page=2
Lemon Juice Beach-goers have been doing this for years to lighten their locks. Just combine the juice of half a lemon with a handful of leave-in conditioner, spread on your hair, and comb through, then wash out. Shared by: http://www.chowhound.com/food-news/55097/10-cosmetic-uses-for-everyday-foods/
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