Three Ways A Peach Mask Can Up Your Hair (And Beauty) Game


We might be late to the party, but we’ve just added peaches to our beauty routine. This succulent summer fare is good source of antioxidants and vitamins A, C and E that have great hair and skin benefits, including reducing wrinkles, moisturizing and healing damaged skin and improving skin texture.

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Of course, eating peaches in moderation is always a good thing — some folks swear it will even make your hair grow in thicker. But, you can also use it as a hair and skin mask for softer skin and healthier hair.

Click through for three reasons to add a DIY peach mask to your beauty regimen.

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Stephenetta (isis) Harmon

Stephenetta (isis) Harmon is founder/Black beauty directory for Sadiaa Black Beauty guide, the premier directory Black-owned beauty brands, and former digital media director for Hype Hair.