her facial mask recipe made with some might thin is an unusual ingredient, the
vitamin C facial treatment using the emollient rich
Favored by the American Indians, the Paw Paw (or Pawpaw) is a fruit bearing tree native to the southeastern region of the United States.
by pawpaw trees and a natural skin care fan, Justine conducted her own
research and is happy to share her deeply moisturizing rejuvenating skin care recipe.
Justine hopes that when you
visit the south that you will give the pawpaw a try. Maybe
someday they will become more widely available then they are now, making it easier for more to test out her emollient-infused natural facial mask recipe.
Her research confirms that the Pawpaw not only helps to regenerate old and dead skin, it also helps keep the skin soft and supple. The alpha hydroxy acids properties help to prevent aging skin symptoms like wrinkles and fine lines, by dissolving dead skin cells. The vitamin C and E content in it also help to rejuvenate the skin; thus making it looks younger.
The Pawpaw, although not widely known outside of its particular growing area, is even known to accelerate skin repair, heal wounds, diminish acne, treat chapped lips and sunburns as well as soothe a variety of skin irritations including insect bites and small abrasions!
This particular fruit is excellent as an
ingredient in many
natural skin care recipes, particularly for those with dry to normal.
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