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Beauty In the Kitchen

Por Emiliana Faillace, Nutrition Counselor, MyDiet™ Team -
Beauty In the Kitchen

Beauty shouldn't be expensive! Here we'll show you how to take care of your skin, hair, and nails, in order to stay naturally young and beautiful. The solution is only a few steps away ... in your kitchen! Don't believe it? Read on and you'll see. 

Try combining the following ingredients to make facial masks and treatments for your face, body, hands, and feet. Besides looking great, you'll have fun. 

To moisturize skin and hair: 

  • Avocados and olive oil can help to re-moisturize your skin, because they're rich in essential oils.
  • Eggs can also give your skin and hair a healthier look, because they contain a protein called biotin. 

To exfoliate the skin: 

  • Use crushed strawberries to remove impurities from the surface of your skin. The roughness of their seeds helps clean your skin, while vitamin C nourishes it.
  • Use this mixture over the whole body, being careful not to rub too hard.

To hydrate and purify the skin:

  • Try a mixture of oatmeal with yogurt and honey.
  • Honey is a natural antibiotic, so it helps remove bacteria from your skin and keep it clean.
  • The protein in oats and yogurt is responsible for hydration. 

To tone the skin: 

  • Use egg whites, beat them and place them over your face as a mask. Let dry and then rinse with lukewarm water. 

To whiten your nails: 

  • Place your fingers in a bowl with lime juice for 5 minutes and see how your nails turn radiant again. 

For puffy eyes: 

  • Use black tea bags. Place them in boiling water for a couple of minutes, then let them cool in the freezer and put them over your eyes.
  • To prevent puffy, swollen eyes, you can also place cold cucumber slices on them.

Remember that the most important thing to stay young and beautiful is to lead a healthy lifestyle: avoid smoking, wear sunscreen every day, drink enough fluids, and follow a balanced diet and exercise plan.


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