Mango face packs: A natural cure for radiant skin and more
Mango is a delightful fruit that not only tastes well, but is also good for our skin.
Most of your skin problems can be solved with a mango face pack. So, before the mango season ends, try making your own mango face packs.
Most of us enjoy the summer months. There is the burning heat to contend with, but summer is also the season for mangoes.
I notice little green mangoes blossoming in my backyard as soon as May arrives.
They mature into large yellow fruits in a matter of weeks. Mangoes are plentiful in June and July, but that doesn't imply August is a no-mango month.
They are still available at markets or in people's backyards. So, before the mango season ends, eat some of it and incorporate some of it into your skin care routine.
Dr Urvi Panchal, a dermatologist and cosmetologist based in Gurugram, was contacted by Health Shots to learn more about mango face packs.
The juicy fruit has a lot of water, so it's great for moisturizing your skin. According to Dr. Panchal, it also contains vitamins A, C, K, and E, as well as beta-carotene, which nourish the skin and promote a healthy complexion.
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