This is the season of mangoes. Mangoes which is known by its’ scientific name “Mangifera Indica” has its unique taste and unique nutritional value. If you have excess mangoes this summer, here are some of the best remedies to get the best out of you. This summer fruit is best known for its nutritional value which is good for skin as well as for human body. This fruit is full of vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, B vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, fiber, protein etc. We can call this a nutrition bomb because of this nutritional composition. Vitamin A and potassium composition of mango is a good moisturizer in which it helps to secure the moisture inside the skin, vitamin C and B vitamins help collagen production and thereby avoid fine lines and will rejuvenate the skin.
All of us love to have a good and nice sun bath, but because of harmful ultraviolet rays, skin irritations can be occurred and some of these skin irritations can be extended to skin cancers. Masks made out of mango can be used as a good remedy to prevent from unwanted and harmful sun rays and it will make the sun bathing session more enjoyable. Because of the antioxidants, vitamin A and vitamin C composition in mango will generate anti-inflammatory properties and will avoid the damage cause to the skin from harmful UV rays. To avoid from these rays, applying a mango pulp (mango pulp can be made by mixing and blending mangoes with water until it become a nice pulp but it is not good to add more water because adding more water will make the pulp more soggy) directly on the required part or you can mix mango pulp with bee honey to get avoid from sun burns. Not only this mango can be known as the best remedy in skin exfoliation. Skin naturally flakes off its’ dead skin once in every 28 days. Therefore, natural skin exfoliator will help to remove all the dead skin, black heads and white heads quickly. Natural skin exfoliator can be prepared by adding mango pulp, oats flakes and some finely grinded sugar or adding mango pulp with raw milk and bee honey will help the skin exfoliation.
Beta carotene provides the nice gold color to the mango. Therefore, mango has the best capability of providing us with goldish skin color which is a dream of everybody. Mixing mango pulp with multani mitti (fuller’s earth), mixing mango pulp with dried orange peels is a good remedy to gain the natural glow. To avoid tanned skin, applying yoghurt and mango pulp on face will avoid tanned skin. When applying the mask, it is advisable to keep the pack on the skin for 20-30 minutes and rinse it off with lukewarm water. Oily skin and acnes are like two sisters who cannot be separated. If your skin is oily it is obvious that you get acnes. Mango mask is the best mask to avoid excess oil from skin and this will lead to avoid acnes. Applying mango pulp by mixing few drops of lemon juice will help to control excess oil while fighting bacteria that causes acne. With the age fine lines will occur on the face and collagen production will be reduced. To avoid this, we can make a fine paste by adding mango pulp with avocado or by mixing mango pulp with egg white. Applying this pulp on continuous basis will help to tighten the skin and will reduce the speed of aging while avoiding wrinkles. If you had a dull and exhausting day, here the best remedy is mango. If your skin feels tired, mixing grinded oats, almond and mangoes together to make a fine paste and applying it on the face will give you a refreshing skin. If you want to take benefits from these packs it is advisable to apply these packs on regular basis. If you cannot apply these on regular basis to take maximum advantage, there are products made up of natural mangoes on the market. It will give natural remedies as the benefits given by natural mangoes but it is our responsibility to select the best product to get best advantages.
Mango will not only beneficial for the skin but also it provides benefits for the entire body. Cancer prevention, lowering cholesterol level, lowering the risk of heart diseases and improved digestion are some of the other benefits that can be taken from regular consumption of mangoes. This is why we call mango “the king of fruits”