More Chocolate Beauty Recipes Unveiled

Chocolate lovers? You love the mouth-watering combination of almonds and dark and white chocolates in almond chocolate fudge or any other reasons? Maybe as you knew that almonds helps you getting relief from constipation, anemia, impotency and diabetes? Or health benefits as well as beauty remedies from chocolate. Let’s check it out.

Chocolate glowing skin secret

Applying facial mask recipes from chocolate ( dark or white option) is an excellent moisturizer that leaves your skin soft and glowing. Do not underevaluate the dark color of chocolate bars you’re tasting as dark chocolate is studied to be much better than its white counterpart.

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup cocoa
  • 1/4 cup of honey
  • 2 tablespoons of heavy cream (sour cream will work as well)
  • 3 teaspoons of oatmeal powder

Preparation

Mix all the ingredient until the mass in consistent. Apply on the face, gently massaging it so that oatmeal can start exfoliating the dead skin cell layer. Leave it on for about 15 to 20 minutes and rinse off with lukewarm water.

The recipe can nourish your skin from inside and for all the sake of your skin, try it regularly during your beauty scheme.

Chocolate anti-aging skin secret

What is main factor fastenning your aging process? Our world contains harmful pollution, radiation, smoke and other chemicals, which create unstable molecules called free radicals. Bad benefit from free radicals is the cause of wrinkles, elasticity loss, skin damage and even cancer.Because antioxidants in cacao, one option of chocolate, defend against free radicals, they might be able to stave off lines, wrinkles and discoloration.

Chocolate body scrub secret

One of the hottest spa trends right now is chocolate facials. Yep, a facial using chocolate. Try this for your home spa experiences, not for eating as usual.

1/4 cup cocoa butter (optional – will make a thicker gel)
3/4 cup liquid castille soap
1/8 cup coarse wheat bran or finely ground almonds
1/4 cup apricot kernel meal
1 Tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
2 Tablespoons dark brown sugar
1 Tablespoon jojoba oil
1/2 Tablespoon vitamin E oil
1 1/2 teaspoon chocolate fragrance oil

Melt the cocoa butter over low heat (or at half power in the microwave) until melted. Remove from heat. Add the castille soap and mix well. Stir in remaining ingredients, breaking up any brown sugar clumps. Pour into airtight container and let thicken for a day or two. For added freshness, store in refrigerator.

Chocolate flawless skin secret

If you are upset with dull skin, acne or clogged pores, you can calm your worry with the chocolate beauty tips for flawless skin.

Beat unsweetened cocoa powder with curd; flatten the mixture with honey and add oatmeal powder (besan or gram flour is an alternative) for density. Apply it on your face and leave for ten minutes. Regular use (once a week) will rid you of an attack of zits and break outs as it will open up your skin pores.

What’s more? Boil plain gelatin with a gentle shampoo until the gelatin dissolves completely. Then add cocoa powder or cocoa oil to it and then refrigerate for at least 4 hours before dipping into the bath. Wow, by doing this two steps, you’ve done a chocolate bath gel that is safe for even sensitive skin to soothe your skin.

Chocolate anti-disease secrets

Eating chocolate can protect your body from both ailments as common as depression or mood change, or radical influence and as serious as heart disease, stroke. Why’s that said? Because chocolate is a plentiful source of antioxidants that made dark chocolate a host of heart-healthy and mood-enhancing phytochemicals, with benefits to both body and mind. Most studies of the health benefits of chocolate have looked at anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular effects of eating it, not the benefit of applying to your skin.

 


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