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Tomatoes – Best Natural Bleaching Agent To Include In Your Skin Care Routine

 

Bleaching or Whitening agents are the most important ingredients we look for in our beauty products now.

We all desire that glowing, spotless, radiant look.

But while these agents give us the desired glowing look, they are not without their side effects.

How do we do we achieve without harming our skin in the process?

This is where our natural skin care routine comes in.

 

TomatoesTomatoes: Best Natural Bleaching Agent

 

Tomatoes are very important part of our meals. In Africa, you can hardly prepare soup without adding tomatoes. It is one of the most important ingredient in out African Jollof rice, giving it it’s pretty colour.

It is very rich in Vitamin C.

Tomatoes are also great natural Bleaching agent when included in out skin care routine. They are loaded with antioxidant.

Why Should You Add Tomatoes To Your Skin Care Routine?

They give your skin a youthful look, lighten dark spots and tighten enlarged pores.

How To Use Tomatoes For Skin Care:

  • Cut tomatoes and blend into paste or strain the juice.
  • Rub on your face and leave for 20 minutes.
  • Rinse off with cold water.

Use As A Face Mask

  • Tomato juice, Lemon Juice and Milk.
  • Strain the juice or blend into paste. Put in a clean bowl.
  • Add lemon juice and milk to tomatoes paste.
  • Mix properly. Apply to tour face and leave for 20mins.
  • Rinse with cold water.

Tomato and Honey Mask

  • Strain tomatoes juice or blend.
  • Add two teaspoon honey to equal parts tomatoes paste.
  • Mix and apply to your face.
  • Leave for 15-20 minutes and rinse off with cold water.
  • Best Tomatoes: Best Natural Bleaching Agent

Have you tried tomatoes as a face mask or in your skin care routine? Care to share your experience with it?




18 thoughts on “Tomatoes – Best Natural Bleaching Agent To Include In Your Skin Care Routine

  1. Wow! I am all about all things natural, but I didnt know this about tomatoes! Thank you for sharing this valuable info! I learned something new today!

    1. Yes, tomatoes are awesome to include in skin care routine. Thanks so much for reading.

  2. Nice post! I’ve heard of milk-based cleansers and tomato toners, so now it makes sense! I wonder about tomatoes with sea salt as a scrub. You’ve given me some ideas – I love the all natural approach as the world is so very abundant in the gifts she grants us!

  3. Fascinating! As someone who enjoys having a good tan, I won’t be using this but it was so interesting to read about the magical power of tomatoes!

  4. This is interesting. I’d be interested to see the results on hyperpigmentation.

  5. I cannot wait to try this! I’m all about natural solutions especially with skin care.

  6. Oh my wife will love to know a lot more about natural bleaching, I am flipping her the post. Thank you so so much.

  7. Love your tomatoes and honey mask recipe. I tried it yesterday and felt really good.

  8. Tomatoes are really good for the skin. I eat raw ones and it adds a glow to the skin.

  9. Wow! I’ve totally agree with this regime and really have a great benefits to our skin. As the saying goes “Anything that we can eat, can also be done in our skin to absorb”.

  10. Well I just learned something new concerning tomatoes!!! Thanks for sharing this darling!!

  11. I didn’t know this! So interesting! Thanks for sharing!

  12. I am all for natural products. I would love to try all of these skin care routines.

  13. I’ve always known tomato as good ingredient for skin care but it never seemed to work on my skin.

  14. Honey and tomato, first time to know this and I’m sure my sister would love to know about this because she is looking for new masks.

  15. Tomatoes Improve Skin And Hair Health. Tomatoes work wonderfully and improve facial texture too

  16. wow tomatoes, we are a country rich with tomatoes, this will be so easy and natural, thanks for the lovely idea

  17. Oh wow. I should start doing this today. I love that you can use what you have in the kitchen. Thanks for letting me know!

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