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Video: Raspberry Face Mask Recipes
2023 Author: Sebastian Paterson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-09-21 15:16
Raspberry cosmetology - recipes for raspberry masks
Like many other berry and vegetable plants, raspberry juice and pulp, as well as its leaves and fruits, are widely used in cosmetics and folk medicine. Here are several options for the most common raspberry masks.
Grind raspberries, squeeze the juice through a cheesecloth folded in half. The juice is used for wiping and masks. Such rubbing works well on oily, porous skin, dotted with acne, and also whitens the skin with freckles.
Grind 100 g of raspberries, strain, add 2 tablespoons of fresh milk to the resulting juice. In this mixture, moisten a layer of cotton wool and apply on the face, covering on top with a wet towel. After 15-20 minutes, remove the mask, rinse your face with warm water, wipe it off and lubricate with cream. The mask is suitable for any skin, tones and refreshes it.
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Add a teaspoon of raspberry juice to the crushed yolk. Apply a nourishing cream to a previously cleansed face, and then a mask of a mixture of yolk and juice using a gauze napkin. After 10-15 minutes, wash off first with warm and then cold water. Recommended for dry to normal skin. For oily skin, after lubrication with juice, a mask is applied to the face from a mixture of juice with beaten egg white. The juice can also be mixed with cottage cheese, sour cream or oatmeal.
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people with thin, sensitive skin, the following mask is useful - grind a teaspoon of cottage cheese with the same amount of liquid honey, add 2 teaspoons of raspberry juice. Lubricate the face with a mixture, after 10-15 minutes wash with cold water.
Add one teaspoon of raspberry juice, vegetable oil and sour cream to the crushed egg yolk. For thickening, you can add a little barley flour or pounded bread. Mix everything thoroughly. Apply the mask to a previously cleansed face for 15-20 minutes, rinse with mild tea. Recommended for dry to normal skin.
Mash raspberries with a spoon, apply the resulting gruel to the face for 15 minutes. Recommended for oily, porous skin. With dry skin, the face must first be lubricated with a fat cream or vegetable oil. It whitens the skin well with thick and dark freckles. For such masks, wrinkled and overripe raspberries are suitable.
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For dry face skin, you can make a mask of crushed raspberries, to which a little flour is added. The mixture must be mixed well and applied to the face for 10-15 minutes. Beforehand, it should be washed and greased with a fat cream. Remove the mask with a cotton swab or wash your face with cold water and then lubricate with cream again.
With oily skin, a mask made from a mixture of crushed raspberries and chicken egg white helps. Add 2 teaspoons of pulp to the protein whipped into a thick foam. Apply on a face lubricated with juice for 15-20 minutes, then rinse with cold water. This mask also helps to smooth out wrinkles.
Add a teaspoon of honey to the gruel of 10 raspberries. The mask nourishes, refreshes and cleanses any facial skin, improves its turgor.
Decoctions and infusions of flowers or raspberry leaves can be used for lotions for acne and pimples on the face, as well as for oily and porous skin.
Harvesting raspberries for the winter
The age of fresh raspberries is very short - a day, on the strength of two days, and even then at a temperature of about 0 ° C. Even from the garden, it is quite difficult to bring raspberries safe and sound. Therefore, the collected raspberries have to be processed very quickly. All kinds of juices, jams, jellies, marmalade, drinks - all these are excellent preparations for the long Ural winter.
However, berries can retain their full value only when frozen. It is no coincidence that frozen raspberries are probably valued all over the world. I freeze raspberries not in their pure form, but in the form of raw jam, which practically does not differ from fresh raspberries with sugar, but is healthier and tastier many times over than the usual boiled jam. Sugar for such a jam requires very little: at least I add 400 g of sugar per kilogram of berries. In general, it turns out both a delicacy and a medicine in one bottle.
In the wild, raspberries were known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. And it was introduced into culture somewhere in the 4th century AD. The first raspberry varieties appeared in Western Europe only in the 16th century. As for Russia, the first reliable information about its cultural plantings dates back to about the 17th century
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