“Beautiful” with food

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It is well known that a healthy diet is important for a beautiful, radiant appearance. Under the guise of the term “beauty foods,” you can find numerous foods that make you fit, healthy, and beautiful. But many people are unaware that kitchen ingredients are also helpful for skin and hair when applied externally as beauty aids.

Who doesn’t know the classic beauty remedy from the tea kitchen: cold bags of black tea make wide eyes puffy when they are briefly placed on closed eyes? The addition of vinegar to bath water also has a refreshing and pleasant effect on the entire skin of the body. One should not be too squeamish and add one liter per filled bathtub.

Coffee grounds mixed with cooking oil guarantee an ideal peeling so that the skin surface is freed from dead cells and dandruff and gets a velvety soft texture.
By the way, calluses on the feet can be well removed by applying curd mixed with lemon juice as a ten-minute mask. This home remedy protects other dry skin areas and forms a healthy acid mantle. Incidentally, thanks to the bacterial cultures and vitamins it contains, a curd mask is ideal for helping stressed skin get back on its feet. Apricot can also be very helpful for tired and dull skin if it is mashed, mixed with a bit of cream and cooking oil, and massaged into the skin. The skin areas are then cleansed and regain their radiant appearance. By the way, if you are still looking for something alternative to conventional make-up remover, mix a teaspoon of lemon juice with fresh cream and have a gently effective cleansing milk!

Creams for oily skin are ideal buttermilk, which is stirred in a bit of honey and lemon juice. This alternative body lotion helps regulate the production of sebaceous glands and promotes the skin’s healthy acid mantle. In foot care, rosemary is a good helper against foot odor: in half a liter of boiling water, steep some rosemary for 20 minutes and then add three tablespoons of salt and half a liter of hot milk. When the foot bath is at a pleasant temperature, leave the feet in it for about 15 minutes.

Beauty foods for external use are also available for the hair, such as the well-known apple cider vinegar: Dull and dull hair, for example, regains its shine after the vinegar is diluted with water and applied to the already washed hair. After a short exposure time, everything is then rinsed out again. An alternative conditioner for dry hair is known to help beer, 50 ml of which is whipped with an egg and left to act for half an hour in damp hair. An equally effective hair treatment, but without the smell of beer, is obtained by mixing an egg with the juice of half a lemon and half a teaspoon of honey and wheat germ oil. This cure is also rinsed out after its exposure time, understandably.

With all these good beauty tips for external use, it remains vital to ensure a positive appearance from the inside out. And this is optimally promoted by a balanced and varied diet with a sufficient supply of essential substances that our body needs to maintain health.

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