Have you ever noticed the products that women use in each country? It’s not surprising that a particular ingredient is widely available in a particular country. It makes perfect sense to make use of those products that are abundant in your country! Here are the top beauty secrets of some countries.
1. Brazil: Oatmeal to heal a sunburn.
Brazilians use oats to ease the pain of a sunburn and speed healing. Oats have amazing anti-inflammatory healing properties.
2. Columbia: Avocado for shiny hair.
Guacamole anyone? Avocado is one of the top beauty secrets in Columbia and other Latin American countries. Rich in amazing fats, no wonder avocado oil and conditioners are growing popularity everywhere now.
3. Chile: Crushed red grapes and flour for glowing skin.
If you ever wonder how Chilean women get their skin looking so luminous, here is the secret! A handful of grapes and a couple of tablespoons flour is all you need to get glowing skin. Mix it together, apply it on your face for ten minutes, and wash it off.
4. Greece: Yogurt and olive oil for shining locks.
Staying in the Mediterranean, you are bound to encounter olive oil everywhere. And do we need any introduction to Greek yoghurt? Greek women eat plenty of olive oil, but they have also figured out that, it can be mixed with yogurt and applied directly to the hair as a conditioner.
5. China: Rice water as a facial rinse.
China is famous for its rice. The women in China use rice water as a cleansing rinse for their faces. Rice is chock full of antioxidants, which nourish your skin and fights harmful free radicals that lead to aging.
6. The Philippines: Aloe for glossy hair.
How do Pilipino women get their hair so shiny? Break an aloe leaf to get the juice, and then rub it into your hair and scalp. Hello Shiny hair!
7. Japan: Sake bath for glowing skin.
If you can bear to pour several glasses of it into your bath water instead of gulping it down, here is yet another beauty secret the women of Japan use to maintain their beautiful complexions and keep their skin looking so youthful. Sake contains kojic acid, which is a great exfoliator. Sake can also reduce the appearance of age spots and discoloration from the sun.
8. Egypt: Bathe in milk and honey.
This beauty secret is so old that it dates back to Cleopatra, who bathed in milk and honey to keep her skin radiant and soft. Milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids which help to slough off dead skin cells, gently exfoliating your skin. Honey imparts glow.
9. Israel: Mud from the Dead Sea as a cleansing mask.
Mud contains minerals which are good for you! Mud from the Dead Sea in particular, is renowned for its rich mineral content. Women in Israel cover their bodies with mud from the Dead Sea or gather up the mud for use later at home.
10. Morocco: Argan oil for just about everything.
This we all know, right? *wide grin* It is easy for your skin to absorb and has great moisturizing properties. Rub a few drops of argan oil into your hair in the morning or at night for soft silky hair.
11. Turkey: Lighten your hair with daisy water.
In Turkey, women who want to lighten their hair boil a cup of daisies. After around five minutes, you can remove the daisies and pour the water over your hair. Don’t rinse it out, just let it air dry, and spend some time out in the sun.
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