If you are a yogurt fan that incorporates yogurt into any snack, then you have at your hands an all-natural hair beautifier as well as a skin beautifier. Earlier considered good for health, this semisolid treat turned out to be good for our appearance too. This creamy and tasty snack is packed with calcium, phosphorus, potassium, proteins, vitamin B2, and innumerable good bacteria. Keep reading and you’ll find fantastic skincare uses of your favorite superfood
1. Acne Healer
Yogurt is one of the best natural remedies you can find for your acne. Its mild acidity is enough to kill microbes, thus reducing infection and inflammation. Yogurt, preferably cold, can easily get rid of the awful redness you get on your skin. It can soothe irritated skin as it is rich in protein.
2. Blemish Lightener
Pimples go away but leave blemishes behind. This can simply be treated if you dab a little yogurt on the blemishes. Wash it off after a few minutes (your average mealtime) and continue the process until the blemishes disappear.
3. Dark Circle Zapper
You must have experienced the shock of looking into a mirror after a sleepless or tiresome night. Don’t worry; yogurt will come to your rescue. Several minutes before starting your day, spread a thin layer of yogurt under your eyes and then wash it off later. This works because of the presence of mild acids in yogurt.
4. Dead Skin Remover
Most often, we rub our skin with coarse things to scrub off the dead skin. But this generally has a dulling effect on our face. Instead, you can smear yogurt on your face for 10 minutes and then rinse it off. Repeat this 2-3 times a day. The layer of dead skin is dissolved by yogurt’s mild acids.
5.Fine Line Eraser
Anti-aging products are costly and other chemicals sometimes tend to be harsh on the skin. If you want to avoid both of these situations, apply generous amounts of yogurt on parts of skin having fine lines. Gently wash it off with water a few minutes later.
6. Fungal Infection Stopper
Ringworm or fungal diseases seem to reduce one’s confidence. Fortunately, regularly applying yogurt to the affected areas can put an end to such issues. This is possible as the good bacteria of yogurt combat the fungi of such infections.
7. Hair Conditioner
Yogurt can effectively remove dead skin cells from your scalp and put an end to dandruff. Because it contains proteins, it can make your hair stronger. Furthermore, it adds shine and softness to hair. You can apply it to your hair, cover it, and then wash it off with shampoo after 20-30 minutes.
Now you have an amazing set of uses that you can try with yogurt. Remember, for best results, you should opt for unflavored yogurt.