Coconut Milk: The Nourishing and Soothing Goodness for dry & Sunburnt Skin
The road to healthy, radiant skin doesn’t always have to seem like the longest road with no endpoint. The summer was rich with leaving your skin exposed, sure not without an SPF but how would your skin be in its commendable behavior without being well nourished?
When we say ‘feed’, you can’t eat French fries, is it something as fresh as it is pure and naturally available and reminds you of the tropics? It offers nothing false other than the pure softness of its milk pulp. Can we let the humble boogeyman join in on this conversation? Here’s how to get the best out of coconut milk to help your skin at all times.
It is a kind of natural moisturizer thanks to fatty acids. If your skin is in its very dry stage, you can take a few drops of coconut milk and apply them to clean your skin. Massage well and then wash it off after two minutes. Do your hands look dry? You know what to wear now for a baby soft feel. Or treat yourself to a coconut milk bath twice a week, you can also add aromatic bath salt for a rich and relaxing experience.
Use it as a cleanser or scrub. Rich in vitamin C, this milk can help clear your skin of clogged pores and allow it to breathe freely. This also imparts a natural shine. Take 2 tablespoons of coconut milk, half a tablespoon of aloe vera gel, and a vitamin E capsule, mix them all together, and gently use your hands to rub this paste on your skin and wash it off. You can also add 1/2 tablespoon of ground oatmeal to a cleansing facial scrub.
Coconut milk is known to keep a close eye on signs of premature aging. Contains vitamin C and E, which prevent wrinkles, dark spots, and loss of elasticity.
Are sunburn spots regular now? With anti-inflammatory properties as its main strength, coconut milk can soothe redness and improve skin texture.
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