Facial Exfoliating Mask For Youthful Radiance
In addition to groundbreaking treatments such as microdermabrasion, top spas and aestheticians
are incorporating traditional natural exfoliants from around the world into the best skincare
routines. One of these is the tamarind. Tamarindus indica is an evergreen tropical tree, indigenous
to tropical Africa and grown throughout tropical and subtropical regions of South Asia, South
America and Caribbean islands. Its fruit is a rich source of vitamins, fiber, minerals and nutrients
necessary for good health and unsurpassed radiance.
The health and beauty of our skin is a reflection of what we put into our bodies and how well we
nurture it externally. Tamarind can be included in a well-balanced diet as well as a regular skin
care regime of cleansing, exfoliation and moisturizing that is vital in maintaining the skins youthful,
glowing health. Your skin is what you eat and how well you treat it. Approaching skincare in this
way sets luxury day spas in New York City,
ahead of and apart from the rest.
How To Get Clean, Clear Skin
In Asian countries fresh tamarind pulp has long been used to exfoliate and soften dull skin. The
mild acids of tamarind help to eliminate dead skin cells as well as cleansing the buildup of
pollutants accumulated in the pores. It is excellent for clearing the complexion and assists in
healing inflammation of the skin.
Due to its antimicrobial properties, it has been proven to be an excellent treatment for oily acne-
prone skin. Tamarind seed extract is a vital component of anti aging skin care products because of
its high levels of substances such as alpha hydroxy acids, sugar enzymes and collagen fibers
beneficial in tightening the tone of the skin while delivering nutrients and hydration.
In Caribbean countries as well as throughout Southeast Asia, tamarind is mixed with sugar and
sold as sweets or snacks on the streets or in local shops. It is a popular ingredient in both Latin
American and Asian cuisine as well as an ingredient in Worcestershire sauce.
Tamarind is a great source of copper, potassium, calcium, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium.
These are all vital minerals essential minerals for optimal skin and overall good health. Rich in
tartaric acid - a powerful antioxidant - it can play a part in protecting the skin from the harsh effects
of UV rays from sun exposure and free radical damage.
Varying your own cuisine with tamarind can be an exotic addition to ones diet while providing an
immune -boosting dose of Vitamin C, A, folic acid, riboflavin and niacin.The young fruit- sour and
acidic is a tasty addition to savory dishes, while ripened, sweeter fruit can be made into desserts.
Its worth checking out at your neighborhood Asian or West Indian grocery.
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