Radish, beet and underground kohlrabi have applications in cosmetology

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Famous autumn vegetables that can be found fresh in green markets and shops include radishes, beets and underground kohlrabi. These are products with the richest content of useful substances used in medicine, cooking and cosmetology. Always store face and hair masks in a ceramic, glass or wooden container. Products should not come into contact with metal because then valuable substances are destroyed.
Radish face masks remarkably restore the health of facial skin. They narrow pores, clean and whiten the skin, solve the problem of pigmentation and have an anti-inflammatory effect. Not recommended for skin prone to redness and inflammatory processes.
The mask with radish gives the face freshness – grate the soft part of the black radish. Mix two tablespoons of the resulting mixture with a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of milera. If you have dry facial skin, add a tablespoon of vegetable oil to the mixture. Divide the mixture into two parts. Put one part of the mask on your face and after 5 minutes put another layer of the mask. After 10 minutes, rinse your face with colder water.
Mask for dry skin prone to dandruff – take equal parts of mashed black and white radish, cow’s cheese, non-fat miller and egg yolk. Stir to obtain a homogeneous consistency. Put a mask on your face. Massage gently on face. After 20 minutes, rinse with water.
Anti-hair loss mixture-70 grams of radish, 50 grams of red onion, 50 grams of garlic, 3 tablespoons of nettle and 3 tablespoons of bitter gourd. Chop the fresh leaves of bitter gourd and nettle. You can also steam the dry leaves of these plants during the fall and winter. Chop the vegetables. Mix the ingredients. Rub into scalp and hair root. Hold the mask for 30 minutes, wrapping your head in foil and then a towel.
A face mask with underground celery gives youth and shine – grate vegetables to get 2 tablespoons of porridge. Add a tablespoon of honey, one tablespoon of carrot juice and 2 tablespoons of cow’s cheese. Put the mask on the skin and hold for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Mask with underground celery for deep hydration of the skin – grind a piece of vegetable in a blender or finely chop. Mix with a tablespoon of sour cream. Add

spoon of honey and a spoonful of cucumber juice. Mix well. Put the mixture on your face. Hold for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with plain water.
Beetroot is a vegetable that effectively cleanses and whitens the skin. Removes pigment spots, freckles and oily pores from the surface of the face. It hydrates the cells of all layers of the skin at the same time giving those layers the necessary minerals and vitamins. Strengthens skin tone. Gives a shiny and healthy look to facial skin.
Facial skin nourishing mask-wash ripe beets. Cook the beets or bake the beets in the oven. Cook the beets cleaned with a little water and bake with the peel. After baking, peel the crust. Mash the prepared beets with a wooden pestle to get a puree or porridge mixture. Cool. Put on face for 15 minutes.
Mask for rejuvenation and hydration – add 20 grams of neutral sour cream, a spoonful of liquid honey and egg yolks to 20 ml of fresh beet juice. Hold the mask for 10 minutes.
Mask for cleansing and removing inflammatory processes from the skin of the face – cleanses the skin well, removes pimples, narrows enlarged pores, releases excess fat. In 20 grams of chopped fresh beets add 20 ml of freshly squeezed lemon juice and 50-60 ml of kefir. After 15 minutes, rinse the mask.
Mask for oily facial skin prone to pimples – mix 20 grams of fresh beet puree with well-beaten egg white. Hold the mask for 15 minutes. You can add a few drops of rosemary or tea tree essential oil to the mask in case of a large number of pimples on the face.

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