4 Ways to Use Papaya for Beauty | Herbal Goodness

February 01, 2016 0 Comments

4 Ways to Use Papaya for Beauty | Herbal Goodness

Papaya, the new age of natural beauty! The fruit's benefits don't just stop at good health. 

Papaya is one of the most versatile fruits out there, as I’m sure you already know if you’ve been reading our blog for a while.

Did you know that papaya is also used around the world as a beauty product? It could be hard to resist the fresh smell of these papaya beauty products, and if you take the time to try them out, you may be surprised at how much they can improve your beauty routine and overall #lifegoals for glowing skin.

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Papaya Leaf Tea Bags

This beauty trick can actually work with any teabag, but why not use our Herbal Papaya Leaf Tea? According to Real Simple, tea bags can help soothe bug bites, stings, and even sunburns. After you drink your tea, make sure the tea bag is cooled and let it sit for five minutes either on the bug bite or sting, and watch as the tea naturally helps ease the itchiness and irritated skin patch.

If you’re trying to soothe a sunburn, brew a pot of tea and pour it into a bath of mildly warm water. Once you jump in, you’ll start to feel relief from the sun damage of the day. 

Papaya Soap

If you use papaya soap, you could be rewarded with a variety of positive skin results. We loved reading through this article on Livestrong about all of the fantastic benefits that papaya soap can give to your skin. 

Most notably, exfoliation. Because papaya contains the enzyme papain, it is able to facilitate protein breakdowns with water. This is perfect for removing dead skin cells and getting rid of dry and flaky skin. Papaya soap, therefore, can also help with acne, since acne is simply an abundance of dead skin cells that are clogging up pores instead of shedding. 

Papaya Facemask

Similar to the effects of body soap, a papaya face mask can help you thoroughly exfoliate the skin cells on your face. Papayas have a variety of nutrients, as well as the enzyme papain, which all help to get rid of dead skin cells and reveal brightened skin underneath. Because of these attributes, papaya easily becomes a natural exfoliator and great fruit with which to create a DIY face mask. 

All for staying frugal, we loved this post by Minimalist Beauty on how to make a papaya face mask at home using all natural ingredients to help keep your skin smooth and soft. 

Papaya Shampoo

You’re probably thinking by this point that papaya can very well become your one-stop beauty product and you may just be right - you can also use papaya for hair health! Papaya shampoo has been known to help with hair loss, reduce dandruff (those pesky dead skin cells again!), and soften hair while restoring its natural shine and adding volume.  

If you want to try out your own papaya hair treatment at home and witness the benefits yourself, check out the DIY papaya honey hair mask by Daily Curlz.

Read More: Look Younger at Any Age - Age Defying Skincare





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