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

Peaches and yogurt
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Beat dry skin blues

Peaches are also packed with hydrating potassium, as well as lutein, which promotes skin elasticity. Combine this with power of yogurt, which contains lactic acid that helps smooth out rough skin and zinc that helps lighten dark spots acne scars, and you’re well on your way to glowing and moisturized dry skin. 

Mash two ripe peaches into a paste and mix in a cup of plain yogurt and apply to dry skin areas. Let sit for 10-15 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Towel dry and follow up with normal moisture regimen.

Nourish Dry Scalp

You can use that same peach paste to treat an itchy or dry scalp, to, while aiding in cleansing and treating roots. You’ll also see softer, shinier hair. Apply on hair, particularly, the roots and let sit with cap for 20 minutes. Rinse out well with warm water and follow up with your normal shampoo and conditioner regimen.

Exfoliated And Glowing Skin

Peaches are also packed with vitamin K and beta carotene and antioxidants which help protect skin cells from free radical damage and get rid of dead and dry skin cells.

If you’re feeling lazy, simply grab some peach slices or pulp and rub on skin for a radiant glow. But, if you want to up your glow, use left over mask from your hair routine or make a smaller batch of a mask with one-half mashed peach and just one tablespoon of yogurt. 

Rinse with warm water and follow-up with your normal moisturizing routine.

The best part, you can store any leftovers in the fridge for up to three to five days. 

Who knew one DIY mask could be so versatile? Have you tried a peach mask before? Did you love it – or hate it? Sound off below!

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