Banana Beauty Benefits, Applications And Tips

Banana Beauty Benefits, Applications And Tips

Banana beauty benefits are many and varied. If eating bananas helps to keep different bodily problems away, application of this delicious fruit on your hair and skin can help you to keep a variety of beauty problems at bay.

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Banana Beauty Benefits

Banana is extremely good for your hair and skin since it has natural moisturizing properties. Banana is rich in minerals and vitamins (Vitamin E, C, B and A) that help to promote healthy skin and hair recovery. It is a rich storehouse of potassium and natural oils that make banana an excellent emollient. Tryptophan is an amino acid, contained in bananas and this makes it perfect for beauty treatments.

Easy Banana Beauty Tips:

• If you want to moisturize your skin instantly, take a ripe banana and smash it. Apply the pulp on your skin and wait for fifteen to twenty minutes. Your skin will feel moisturized and soft.
• Mash a ripe banana till it becomes creamy. Apply it on your face and wait for fifteen minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water followed by cold water. Regular practice would prevent wrinkles.
• If your feet feel dry, application of banana pulp on the cracked and dry areas would help. Just wait for ten minutes after application and wash off alternately with trepid and cold water. Your feet become softer.

Banana Beauty Recipes And Applications On Skin:

• Sugar Scrub (for dry skin): Smash ripe banana and add sugar to it. Apply it on your skin and rub gently. While banana moisturizes dry skin, the sugar granules help to remove dead cells to reveal brighter skin.
• Strawberry Body Scrub: Cut a banana and a few strawberries in small pieces and place them in a bowl. Knead the pieces till the mixture becomes smooth and add two spoons of olive oil. Add three spoons of sugar. Apply it on your body and scrub gently. This exfoliant is gentle on your skin and this practice can be done once every week to get rid of dead skin cells.

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•Lemon Face Pack (for oily skin): If you have an oily skin, add a spoon of milk and two spoons of lemon juice to smashed banana pulp. Apply the pack on your face to wait for twenty minutes. Wash with clean water.
•Honey Face Pack (for normal to dry skin): Take mashed banana and add a spoon of honey to it. Apply on your face and leave it on for fifteen minutes. Both banana and honey have natural moisturizing properties that hydrate dry skin and make your skin feel supple.
•Sandalwood Face Pack To Make Skin Glow: Mix one spoons of smashed banana with one spoon of sandalwood powder and honey. Apply it on your face to get glowing and young looking skin.

honey banana pack

 

Banana Beauty Recipes And Applications On Hair:
Banana is very good for hair and scalp. It imparts luster to dull hair and rough hair becomes manageable. Regular application of banana is known to control dandruff and moisturize dry hair. It helps to soften hair and take care of damaged hair. Here are a few easy recipes you can make at home and try out for your hair:

banana head mask

 

•Avocado Hair Conditioner: Mix ripe banana with avocado and add coconut milk to the mixture. Apply it on your hair and wait for twenty minutes. The pack conditions damaged hair and makes hair soft.
•Yoghurt Pack (To Treat Hair Loss): Mix ripe banana pulp with yoghurt. Apply the smooth paste on your scalp and rinse with cool water after one hour. Shampoo as usual. This hair pack is known to reduce hair loss and improve the texture of your hair.

banana face mask
• Honey Pack (for dry hair): Mix three spoons of honey with ripe banana and apply it on your hair while it is still wet. Wait for half an hour and shampoo. This pack will increase the moisture content in your hair and your scalp will be soothed.

 

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Aloe Vera: Beauty Benefits
Skin Benefits of Yogurt
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Health Benefits of Tea
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  1. Krupa, I understand. But we usually post articles that we are sure about- usually makeup product reviews and some beauty articles. We hold articles that we are not sure about, mostly nail arts, and some others… so don’t be disappointed. Good articles from you are never held up. 🙂

    Also, as I said in my earlier comment, this was sent months back, earlier than yours.

  2. somreeta first really sorry for posting the article so late. I just had my reasons. 🙂 I like to eat banana mostly. it’s like the easiest fruit to eat. Peel eat and throw away. i like :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

    I have tried honey and banan pack but the concoction didn’t suit me too well do i kinda relay on eating the fruit. 😀

    1. Ratiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! no ‘sorry’ :puchhi: i know u hav ur reasons and u had informed me too!!! 🙂

  3. good article and tips Somreeta……….banana is another thing we malaylees are crazy about…… :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:

      1. yeah……our bengalis are tenants and she has taught me how to make bengali khichdi for my son……..and fish Somreeta……….. :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:

        1. wow!! dats cool Jomol!!! we bengalis cant live without fish 🙂 and dis is the season of hilsa!!! u tell ur tenant to teach u how to make Hilsa bhapa (or ILISH BHAPA) as we bengalis would like to say :toothygrin: :toothygrin:

          1. me an absolute bong exception..totally dislike fish..or ne nonveg ..smell makes me throw up :sick: :sick: …..neways somreeta nice article..wl try face pack for dry skin :haanji: …but not sure about using it in hair…once i did…and even after shampooing..banana particles were all over :scream: :scream: …they dont go easily…should i oil hair before applying the pack? ?:) ?:)

            1. hmmm sukanya….but fried fish does not smell bad!! try it once 🙂
              :thanks: do lemme know how you like the face mask! 🙂 ya…oiling helps. and do not leave the mask on for a long time on your hair!!! moreover, you need to massage your hair gently as you wash it thoroughly with plain water b4 shampooing!

  4. i love all these articles when they come and have started to take printouts and make a folder for them..

    pack for oily skin always useful. :yahoo: :yahoo: .(btw, am the only one who loves bananas in my house)..favourite fruit actually.

    1. Oh God Aruna!! taking print outs??? :thanks: :thanks: :puchhi:
      im not particularly fond of this fruit but i like eating it with cornflakes 🙂

      1. ya that was really the best way to have them handy versus adding to favorites. I tear pages from magazines too (the ones that I buy for myself that is..not some arbit ones in parlours etc 😆 😆 )..

  5. Another good article Somreeta. :yes:
    I have lots of fresh bananas…will keep a few aside to overripen :toothygrin: want to try the banana-avacado hair mask

    1. :thanks: sure!! banana is a fruit which is perhaps always there in house and in plenty !!! hai na??? :haanji: :haanji:

    1. hehe…..Ramya… :thanks: by this time u know dat these fruit and benefits articles ka copyright reserved hai by somreeta 😛 LOL

        1. :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: keep guessing ramya 😛 but ya…be rest assured that the fruit and the tips will be always on something which is easily to be had at homes and in the market!!! :cheers:

  6. I love bananas too much to put them on my skin or hair! 😛
    They’re my favorite fruit ever! :yahoo:
    Really nice article, Somreeta :))

  7. great article, somreeta..i use the banana hair pack and it works wonders on my dull hair? BTW, is avocado available in delhi? what is the local name?

  8. hey soms….when i see the post headed with beauty benefits…i am sure thats you….very nice article soms :thumbsup: …..n i love banana….i eat about 3-4 bananas everyday….n seeing this my mouths started watering… :drool: :drool: :drool:

  9. Banana is my allllll time fav fruit..though keeping an arms distance these days as wanna shed off pounds. Very informative tips. Only prob with me is ..whenever I use any food product on my face/hair…hubby has sarcastic comment to offer.. :tongue: e.g. easiest & my most fav tip for my greasy hair is ACV rinse..but then he says..I smell like pickle.. :chewnails

    1. Shilpa!!!!!!!!! :thanks: i can understand…but at times, u know…its wise to ignore wat one’s hubby has to say 😛 😛 😛 hehe!!! or else…use it wen he is not around !!! :secret2: :secret2:

  10. Shilpa……….aapka doha….kuch suna sunaya lagta hai….aap kahin….Mr. Kabir se related hai kya :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting: :waiting:

  11. Aur ek relation pe aap ka dhyaan chahungi..with another doha..!!
    Har pal yahannn je bhar hansooo..Jo(mol) hai PJ..kal ho naa hoooo.. :balle:

  12. I love your articles Somreeta!! And your name too!! :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:
    They generate so much interest in me to try out new recipes and homemade formulas! It’s so much fun! Thank you!

  13. woww somreeta great tips you give yaa!!! are you very close to your grandma? 🙂
    my hubby eats bananas and I dont so many times they get wasted… now will try these tips 😀

    1. Thanx Bee :thanks: i was quite close to my grandma (mother’s mother) 🙂
      hehe!!! surely Bee..try them..hope u like them :makeup: :manicure:

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  18. Hi,
    Im probably commenting on this after almost a year. But I just came across this one.
    The tips are really cool and I just had one querry. I’ve heard that ripe bananas tend to turn your hair grey. Is that true? I just wanted to be sure before I try the Banana honey mask for hair.

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