DIY Beauty: 2 Skincare Recipes with Peaches

Peaches. Mmmm. Don’t they taste delicious? These tasty fruits are rich in Vitamins C and A, which have antioxidant properties, and alpha hydroxy acids that perform a gentle exfoliating action reveling the bright skin underneath. So, if you have some peaches in your kitchen and love experimenting with skincare recipes, try the ones below for soft, moisturized and glowy skin:

1. Peach Moisturizer for face, hands and body

– 2 teaspoons of peach juice
– 1/2 teaspoon of honey
– 2 tablespoons of almond oil

Put all the ingredients together in a bowl and mix well. Then, apply the mixture on your face, hands or body. This works well wherever you need it to. :)

2. Peach mask for delicate and sensitive skin

– 1/2 ripe peach
– 2 tablespoons of yogurt (plain)

Peel the half peach and mash it. Add the yogurt and mix the two ingredients together. Now, apply it on your face and wait about 20 minutes. Then, rinse it off.

Have you ever tried any homemade beauty recipes with peaches?

Source: totalAldo
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    • beautifulwithbrains says

      Vonvon, any food is definitely more beneficial when eaten eheh. But sometimes it is also nice to experiment with homemade recipes. :)

  1. Shea says

    In all honesty…I think I’d be more likely to eat the darn recipes before I put them on my face. Of course that’s just me and I love to eat haha 😛

  2. franki says

    thanks for the ideas. I have little peaches dropping from my trees in droves. they aren’t very sweet, couldn’t give them away on freecycle and they’re cling which makes any processing a hassle.
    I remembered ‘fruit acid” was supposed to be good for the skin

    There are a few larger sweet peaches , so I get to wear my peach and eat it too :)

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