Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Mango Breakfast Facial

Mango being the king of all fruits, does not only taste amazing but also has beauty benefits. Few months more and mangoes will no longer be available so let us make full use of this delicious fruit now!
I am not much into diy, I only indulge in homemade stuff when I actually find the diy procedure to be simple and very effective.

Mangoes are high in Vitamin A & C, which make it a power house rich in anti oxidants. This means mangoes impart younger looking skin, and thus prevents ageing.
Why is the word 'breakfast' added to the name of this facial? Simply because it includes almonds,oats and milk!
I like using raw milk as it has so many benefits which arent destroyed by boiling. It contains lactic acid and has various kinds of healing and skin lightening properties. Oats and almonds are excellent for exfoliation.

Just like I told you earlier I am lazy when it comes to diys so I roughly take 2-3 pieces of mango and mix it with some almonds,milk and oats in a mixer grinder and make a paste. 



Remember to add less milk or the paste will get too watery. You can adjust the amount of oats you want depending upon the amount of exfoliation you want. I tend to make a smoother paste for my face but for my body, i like something more coarse (So i use more oats and grind it less).



You can use it as a mask or as a scrub, as per our choice. It imparts a nice glow and smooth skin.The main reason behind me using it is the fact that mangoes have rich anti oxidant properties.To top it all, it smells heavenly like mangoes! 

I would say every girl must try this facial. But please stay away if you are allergic. 

10 comments:


  1. very well written & definately a must try!!!

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  2. This is a lovey tip dear...will it be suitable for oily skin?

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    1. hi jhilmil,i have dry skin so this pack suits me well. but i have heared mango facials suit all skin types, they infact help get rid of acne! you can try adding some fullers earth to mango pulp in order to get rid of excess oil :)

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  3. Thanks for sharing this! This looks like a great facial scrub!

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  4. wow, great facial scrub and at the same time if the oat is coiked it can really be eaten as breakfast

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  5. Ooh my! Delicious. Can't wait to try this. xx

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