A skin that is free of blemishes, smooth to touch and taut to feel is a dream for many, but reality is something different.
When you face the mirror in the morning, and if you see skin that is tired, riddled with angry zits and dotted with acne scar, and of course, your lost battle to gravity - sagginess, don't be disheartened.
Thanks to the lifestyle led by many, your skin is ageing faster than you think possible. However, even though it is not possible to completely reverse the signs of ageing, there are certain things you can do to slow down the process.
And when it comes to repairing damaged cells, the only two ingredients we can think of is - Avocado and Egg White.
Whether you drink it as a smoothie or apply it on as a face mask, avocado is a blessing for your skin. It comes with a generous amount of vitamin A that can wipe acne right off. It is packed with vitamin B6 that replenishes dry skin, not to mention, vitamin C that stimulates skin cell activity.
Egg yolk on the other hand, comes rich in lysozyme, an enzyme that kills acne-causing bacteria. It has proteins in truckload that basically do the job of repairing your skin tissue and potassium that preserve moisture in skin cells. It also has a generous amount of magnesium that gives the skin its radiant glow.
And when you combine these two mega forces in a face pack, what do we have here? Magic.
Ingredients You Need
- Egg white
Directions For Use
- Peel avocado and make it into a smooth paste. Add egg white and freshly squeezed lemon juice to the paste and whisk until they combine well.
- Using a brush, apply the pack evenly onto your skin.
- Leave it on for fifteen minutes. Rinse and pat dry.
Lemon acts as a natural bleaching agent that will strip skin of its excess oil. Egg white being a skin tightener will shrink pores, reducing fine lines. Avocado will nourish the skin deeply, making it radiant. You will notice your skin become visibly softer, brighter and smoother.
Application of this nourishing pack every week will repair damaged skin cells and protect it against free radicals.