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DIY Anti Aging Superfoods Face masks

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Hello! My Tribe

We all know superfoods are great of our health but did you know that superfoods are great for our skin too.

In Today’s Video I am showing some DIY superfoods face masks that I have tried and tested.

CACAO + MILK

Cacao is known as a superfood powerhouse for its high antioxidant levels, but most people don’t realise our skin can benefit from these antioxidants through topical application as well. The high levels of polyphenol antioxidants in cacao belong to the same group of antioxidants found in green tea and red wine and protect our cells from premature ageing. Amazingly, raw organic cacao has over 40 times the antioxidants of blueberries.

MILK

One of the most effective raw milk benefits is moisturization. This is not exactly a secret benefit of raw milk. Raw milk nourishes deeper skin layers and offers conditioning and moisturization from inside. It effectively treats the common problem of winter dryness too

MORINGA+ AVACADO OIL + HONEY

MORINGA

Moringa is filled with vitamin A and it’s one of the most potent vitamins out there for near perfect skin. When applied topically, it encourages the skin cells to renew themselves at a lightning speed, helping to limit peksy breakouts, blur blemishes and pigmentation, and iron fine lines. The unsung skincare ingredient is also packed with moisture magnet and antioxidant vitamin E, which makes it perfect for combating dry, flaky skin as well as skin problems caused due to pollution and other environmental changes.

AVACADO OIL

Avocado oil is a rich source of healthy fats, especially monounsaturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Avocado oil also contains chlorophyll, which gives it its slightly green color and acts as an antioxidant to scavenge free radicals, protecting our skin from their harmful and aging effects.

HONEY

Honey, especially raw or unpasteurized, is a fabulously versatile and all-natural ingredient to use on skin. It’s full of antioxidants, which are good for wrinkles and aging skin. It is antibacterial, which helps with acne treatments and prevention. It clarifies skin by opening up and unclogging pores. It’s also a great moisturizer that soothes irritation and blemishes, and it leaves a lovely afterglow.

STRAWBERRIES+BLUEBERRIES+RASBERRIES

BERRIES helps in reversing the signs of aging. Berries are rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants are molecules that inhibit the oxidization of other molecules. Oxidization is the loss of electrons in a molecule, which results in the production of free radicals. They can damage, or even destroy, cells completely.
The phytochemicals and antioxidants found in the fruit help to neutralize the free radicals, which prevents further damage. They are also helpful in strengthening blood vessels and healing broken capillaries

AVACADO+YOGURT

AVOCADO

Avocado comes up with excellent hydration properties which not only nourishes the skin but also protects it inside out. Presence of Vitamin E in abundance makes this fruit a perfect natural moisturizer. Butter fruit is peculiarly so much buttery that when applied topically, the fatty acids present in it deeply penetrates into the dry skin and re-invigorates dull and dry skin. Hence, makes it look healthily glowing, soft and supple. It also works wonders for improving the skin tone.

YOGURT

Yogurt contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid, that dissolves dead skin cells. This gentle exfoliation not only helps to create a natural glow and prevent breakouts, but works to diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

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Uma

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