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How To Make Long Hair, Skin & Nails Gorgeous The Tropical Way

Updated on July 14, 2011

Go tropical!

Do you want gorgeous skin and hair?


Pineapple, kiwi, mango and coconut.....Believe it or not can make you beautiful.

"Treat Your Hair To Coconut Oil"

Coconut oil creates longer and stronger hair by preventing loss of protein. There is also coconut oil products that make your hair glisten and shine. Tip: "If you have finer hair just use a lighter application. Be sure to massage the oil in evenly."Prepare your lovely locks to shimmer in the sun like the island girls.

Walgreens Drugstore is also carrying some of these types of products.


Deep Clean Your Skin With Pineapple!

Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple, removes impurities, shrinks pores and puts a beautiful glow on your face all day.

Make your own tropical beauty mask!

Papaya Skin Smoother

  • 1 cup of mashed papaya
  • 1 can of 15 oz pumpkin
  • 1egg

Halve papaya and disgard seeds. Scoop out fruit and mash until smooth. Beat egg until frothy. Fold in papaya and pumpkin. Blend until smooth. Apply to face ( avoiding eyes). Leave on 10 minutes ; rinse.

Pineapple & Grapeseed Skin Softener

  • 5 chunks of pineapple
  • 4 tbls of grapeseed oil

Puree ingredients until smooth. Spread over your face ( avoiding eyes). Leave on 10 minutes. Splash off with warm water.

These homemade masks will make you feel like you've been to a tropical spa and your skin will look like it too.

Papaya exfoliates skin and helps regenerate new skin cells. You can also try: Mudd 5 Minute Masque, $4.99 in drugstores; Molton Brown Gentle refine Papain Exfoliator, $25

Kiwi Instant Face Lift

Kiwi is packed with skin soothing antioxidants and vitamin C. Kiwi also soothes puffy skin and helps lighten dark circles around the eye. Caswell-Massey Kiwi Eye Pads $9

Luscious Nails with mango.

Mango seed oil moisturises skin and absorbs into the cuticles, nourishing your nail bed, promoting nail growth and protecting your nails from normal wear and tear. Try: Barielle Cuticle Replenisher with Mango Butter, $15


More Beautifying Tips

  1. Extra Smooth Lips

Your lips need intense hydration to condition and keep them smooth and silky ready to kiss. Try mango-seed oil. Mango-seed oil will stay on your lips a long time, giving them long-lasting hydration.

Try: Mango lip butter,

Stunning Glossy Hair

2. Supplement your coconut oil treament with a coconut conditioner-it will even help control the frizzes. Try: Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Conditioner, $24 or mix coconut extract with your favorite conditioner.

Colon Health: More than we like to admit the colon is one of the most important parts of our health. The colon affects the hair and skin as well. If your colon is properly cleansed your hair and skin with be much easier to beautify. What you eat affects how your colon will function. Tropical fruits are an excellent source of cleansing. Papaya enzymes are a great cleanser. Pineapple is wonderful for fat-burning and cleanser. Pineapple enzymes melts fat causing it to liquify. Try making pineapple jelly...not easy to do. The Natures Sunshine Complete Colon Cleanse is a great supplement to start out with, then follow up with these great fruits.

Note: Jergens Natural Glow Lotion is a safe way to have a summer look all year long costs around $3.95 at Wal-Mart

Put the flower in your hair and flaunt your new tropical look...


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