5 Blueberry Facial Mask Recipes for a Younger Looking Skin


5 Blueberry Facial Mask Recipes for a Younger Looking Skin - The blueberry facial mask has many advantages. Blueberry happens to be a powerful antioxidant. It helps free the skin of radicals that cause wrinkles on the surface. When combines with turmeric powder, it makes a more portent facial mask. Here is how to make your own rice flour facial mask.
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There are lots of nutritious foods out there, but blueberries are recognized as one of the best by dietitians and beauty gurus alike. Blueberries may not be good just to put in muffins anymore – there are actually many health benefits of blueberries.


The long list of health benefits associated with blueberries is becoming as well known among the general public as it has been for many years in the health and research communities and with professional growers.


First health benefit of blueberry can no doubt please ladies and girls. Blueberries are good aid to lose belly weight. Blueberries are also low in calories — fewer than 100 for a full cup. They owe their distinct hue to their high anthocyanin content, which gives certain fruits and veggies their deep blues and reds.


Aging: Leaving aside the genetic factor, for which there is no apparent solution, if we consider the effect of free radicals on aging, then Blue Berries bring you the brightest ray of hope, for they are laden with antioxidants and rank number 1 in the world of antioxidants. Several compounds in blueberries are known cancer fighters, such as resveratrol, flavanol, and anthocyanin.


Try incorporating the dynamic blueberry into your daily regime. It is postulated that blueberries may reduce the build-up of bad cholesterol that contributes to heart disease.  Once again, the dark pigmented skin, rich in antioxidants are thought to play a key role in cholesterol reduction.


Studies in mice have found that a compound in blueberries lowers cholesterol as effectively as statin drugs but without the side effects and helped to regular blood pressure. Besides, berries are one of the things that help digestion and even fight cholesterol.


Blueberries are rich in fibers that help to improve digestion and are a way to fight constipation naturally. A glass of fresh blueberry juice or a healthy berry recipe for breakfast is rich in fiber, helping to keep stomach infections at bay.


Though fiber has no direct effect on your skin, but it does play a prominent role in the regulation of your digestive system and bowels. By ensuring proper digestion, it facilitates the timely removal of waste and toxins from your body. When your body is free of toxins, your overall health is better and your skin is one organ that is visibly healthier. Fiber also absorbs some of the fat and cholesterol you get from food, leaving less to affect the health of your skin.


Blueberries, as said before, contain the antioxidant anthocyanin which is widely known to help improve eyesight in many different ways. Blueberry health benefits are not limited to this; it helps make your face and skin glow by detoxifying your body. The antioxidants and phytochemicals found in blueberries help to neutralize free radicals, which might otherwise damage skin cells, leaving your skin with a younger and softer look and feel.


Blueberries promote the health of capillaries (small blood vessels) that are located just beneath the epidermis. This can help to minimize flushing and redness associated with skin conditions such as rosacea.


One of the main causes of skin damage is sun exposure, specifically the sun’s UV-B rays. These rays cause premature aging and wrinkling by damaging the skin’s structure and destroying the skin’s collagen.


Researchers at the Department of Food and Nutrition and Korean Institute of Nutrition in Korea found that when skin cells were exposed to an extract from edible blueberries, it helped stop the degradation of the skin’s collagen. The study, published in the June 2009 issue of “Molecular Nutrition and Food Research,” states that it is the anthocyanins in blueberries that are responsible for protecting the skin.


Although acne is typically attributable more to hormones than to the physical condition of your skin, certain nutrients can counteract the hormonal conditions which encourage pimples. Many of the vitamins in blueberries may neutralize or normalize oil levels in your skin, making it healthier and less likely to accumulate sebum. Vitamin A, in particular, is used in a variety of acne-related skin treatments.


There are skincare products on the market that use blueberries, but you can also make your own. You’ll save a ton of money and you’ll know exactly what is in your products. You’ll be avoiding harmful, and sometimes hidden, ingredients. Following this logic, you can get more mileage out of blueberries, though, if you also use them as a facial mask! Feed your skin directly with a cheap and safe homemade facial that will leave your older skin incredibly smooth, soft, and hydrated.


Try the following blueberry mask recipes and your skin will feel pampered and fully rejuvenated.


Blueberry Facial Mask Recipe #1 – For Dry Skin


Combine 1/4 cup fresh blueberries, 2 tablespoon pure manuka honey and 1 tablespoon olive oil in a blender and pulse until creamy. Apply to dry skin and let the mask soak in for 10 minutes, and then rinse with warm water.


This is an extra-hydrating face mask that can provide softening benefits for combination and dry skin. Vitamins C and E, found in blueberries, reverse the visible signs of sun damage while the antioxidants in honey can smooth and gently cleanse your pores.


Blueberry Facial Mask Recipe #2 – For Aging Skin


Mash 1/4th cup of blueberries. Add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Grind 1 table spoon of oats and add it to the paste. Smooth the paste on your face and rinse it off after 15 minutes with lukewarm water.


The lemon juice can dry out acne, soften skin, get rid of blackheads, even skin tone and help protect against the sun. The oats can shrink your pores and evens out the texture of your skin. Try this blueberry skin care twice a week and you would definitely see a youthful difference in your skin.


Blueberry Facial Mask Recipe #3 – For Skin Repair and Rejuvenation


You will need 10 raw blueberries and 1 tablespoon Greek yogurt. Mash the blueberries together with a spoon, food processor, or blender, then mix in your Greek yogurt. Spread this mask all over the face and let it sink in for 15-20 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water and towel dry.


This treatment both gently exfoliates and repairs summer skin. The lactic acid in yogurt helps slough off damaged layers of the epidermis, while the antioxidants in blueberries hydrate and repair the upper levels of the skin. This mask is also great for achieving an even skin tone.


Blueberry Facial Mask Recipes #4 – For Acne Prone Skin


Mix 4 tablespoons of newly-mashed blueberries paste with 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder. Add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice to this mixture. Apply on clean face, leave it for 20 minutes. Rinse it off with Luke-warm water. Regular use of this mask controls the oil secretion and helps in the reduction of pimples and acne.


Blueberry Facial Mask Recipes #5 – For Keeping Wrinkles and Fine Lines at Bay


You will need 5-6 fresh blueberries, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon yogurt and 3 tablespoons grounded almonds.  Mash the blueberries together with a spoon, food processor, or blender, then mix in your lemon juice, yogurt and grounded almonds. Spread this mask all over the face and let it sink in for 15-20 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water and towel dry.


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