Beauty Care

4 Ways Avocados Are Great for Skin and Hair

How would you like radiant skin and silky smooth hair? Don’t head to the salon for a makeover, grab some avocados. Yes, avocados. This nutritional fruit is a great treat for your skin and hair.

Whether you’re experiencing problems with your skin or hair due to genetics, climate, or your diet, avocados can be of assistance. Here are four ways Avocados from Mexico can keep you looking radiant and beautiful 24-7.

How Avocados from Mexico moisturize your skin

Avocados are filled with natural oils that moisturize your skin. By making sure your skin is moisturized, you can prevent blemishes, acne, and wrinkles. To use an avocado as a moisturizer, take the contents of the fruit, spread it on your skin, and wash it off with lukewarm water after 10 to 15 minutes.

Avocados eliminate dead skin cells 

For further skin benefits, mix an avocado with yogurt and raw honey and rub it onto your skin. This soothing facemask will get rid of dead skin cells.

Avocados ease your sunburned skin

If you ever go to the beach and come back with a bad sunburn, avocados can be used to prevent chafing. Rub the avocado on the problem areas and you’ll feel and look better.

Avocados repair damaged hair

You want your hair to look fabulous, so you spend money at the hairdresser and use tools and products to get your desired look. Unfortunately, all of these habits can lead to dry, parched hair or even hair loss. Thankfully, avocados provide a natural solution.

To combat these effects, try an avocado-cider hair mask. Take one ripe avocado, a tablespoon of olive oil, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, and a tablespoon of brown sugar and apply it to your damp hair. Place a shower cap over your hair, and then step into a hot shower for 10 minutes. You’ll revitalize your hair.

Avocados from Mexico are one of nature’s superfruits. By incorporating them into your hair and skin care routines you can receive numerous short and long term beauty benefits.

By Avocados From Mexico September 26, 2016

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