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My Homemade Papaya and Mango Body Scrubs and Facial Masks

Updated on December 10, 2017
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Thelma had lived and worked for almost 3 years in the Republic of Ireland as a Wellness Massage Therapist in a Spa.

Tropical Fruits

Papayas and mangoes are tropical fruits that are abundant in my home country Philippines. As I am here spending my winter time in my home country, I enjoyed eating papayas, mangoes and other tropical fruits which are in season. Those fruits are cheap at the moment from 30-60 Pesos ( 1€=58 Philippines Peso) per kilo. I don´t even have to buy the papayas. A papaya tree is behind my house bearing lots of fruits. Sometimes there are plenty to be eaten that I have to find a way to use them. I hate wasting food, so I create something.

Papaya and mango body scrub and facial mask recipes are the fruits of my creative mind to avoid wasting food that they could still be of use in one way or another. Be it in making a cake, smoothies and making fruit salads.

Papaya, A Tropical Fruit

Ripe Papayas
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What is papaya?

Papaya is a tropical fruit which is oblong in shape, green when unripe and has a lot of small black seeds inside. The color of the papaya will form from green into orange when it becomes ripe.

Green papaya is usually used for cooking soups and in making salads or pickles while ripe papaya is eaten as fruit salad, smoothie, milk shake, ice candy, ice cream, cupcake, cake and any other kind of desserts.

Papaya

This is everything you know about this healthy and delicious fruit. A health guide using papaya fruit.

The Health Benefits of Papaya

  1. Papaya contains papain, an enzyme which is good as a natural exfoliant for dry and mature skin.
  2. It has a Vitamins A, C and E.
  3. It has a lot of antioxidants which helps fight against the free radicals of our body.
  4. It helps get rid of age spots a mature woman can have.
  5. It gives a smooth, glowing, radiant and younger looking skin.
  6. It is a good moisturizer.
  7. It whitens the skin.

Simple Papaya Body Scrub

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Papaya halfCut papayasHulled papayaHulled papaya scrubbed on my skin.
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Hulled papaya scrubbed on my skin. | Source

Simple Papaya Body Scrub

What you need:

4 length slices of hulled papayas, the "waste" of your papaya fruit.

Procedure:

  1. Shower your body and face first.
  2. Rub the inner part of hulled papaya "waste" on your skin including your face.
  3. Let it stay for 10 minutes on your skin. Then shower it off.
  4. No need to use a lotion afterwards as your skin will feel so soft and radiant.

Papaya Tree

Papaya tree in my garden.
Papaya tree in my garden. | Source

Papaya and Calamansi Body Scrub

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons of mashed ripe papaya fruit

1-2 drops of Lavender or Neroli essential oil (optional)

1 tablespoon brown sugar

2 Calamansi (small lemon) juice


Tip:

Always make a skin test to know if you are allergic to any kind of essential oil you´re going to use. Just rub a drop of the essential oil on your pulse and let it stay for an hour or 2. If your skin reacted, like being red and itchy on the rubbed skin, then you are allergic to it. Don´t use it.


How To Do It:

  • Mix the mashed ripe papaya fruit, brown sugar, calamansi juice and Lavender or Neroli essential oil in a bowl.
  • Rub the Papaya and Calamansi body scrub gently on your skin including your face after a cleansing shower.
  • Let it stay on your skin for about 10 minutes and then shower it off your body.
  • Pat your wet body dry with a towel and apply a body moisturizer if you still have a dry skin.

Papaya and Calamansi Body Scrub

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Calamansi or Lemonsito slicesPapaya, calamansi, brown sugar and lavender essential oil body scrub.
Calamansi or Lemonsito slices
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Papaya, calamansi, brown sugar and lavender essential oil body scrub.
Papaya, calamansi, brown sugar and lavender essential oil body scrub. | Source

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil is one of the best oil mixed into a basic beauty mixture but it should be 100% pure. I use this essential oil for mixing my papaya body and facial scrub. The fragrance is overwhelming.

Papaya Honey Facial Mask

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Papaya Honey Facial Mask | Source

A Simple Papaya Facial Mask

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp. mashed ripe papaya
  • 1tsp. honey

How To Apply It:

  • Mix the mashed ripe papaya with honey in a small bowl well.
  • Apply this mixture with the use of a brush on your cleansed face.
  • Let it stay for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Rinse it well with a lukewarm water.
  • Pat your face dry with a face towel and apply a day or a night cream after that.

Mango Fruits

Ripe Mango Fruits
Ripe Mango Fruits | Source

What is Mango

Mango is a tropical fruit which is oblong or oval in form, green when it´s unripe and yellow to golden yellow when it´s ripe. It is a fleshy fruit and has a big seed inside. An unripe mango is sour while the ripe one is sweet. Mango is known to be one of the super foods besides papaya and avocado.

There are different kinds of mangoes which are also in different sizes. It depends where they are planted. The smallest mango is 2 inches long and 1 inch wide and the biggest I know of is around 12 cm long and 6 cm wide.


Uses of Mango Fruits

  • For making fruit salads.
  • For making a healthy smoothie and juice.
  • Baking mango fruit cake.
  • Mango ice cream.
  • Include mango fruit pieces to your yogurt dessert.
  • Making mango jam or marmalade.
  • Mango cream sauce.
  • DIY Facial masks.
  • DIY Body scrubs.

Mango and Honey Facial Mask

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Sliced mangoThe seed and the skins of both sides of the mango seed.Mango and Honey  Facial Mask ( This is not well blended, yet.)Your reward! Eating this yummy fruit while waiting.
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Sliced mango | Source
The seed and the skins of both sides of the mango seed.
The seed and the skins of both sides of the mango seed. | Source
Mango and Honey  Facial Mask ( This is not well blended, yet.)
Mango and Honey Facial Mask ( This is not well blended, yet.) | Source
Your reward! Eating this yummy fruit while waiting.
Your reward! Eating this yummy fruit while waiting. | Source

Easy Mango Body Scrub and Facial Mask

Ingredients:

1 ripe mango

1 teaspoon honey


Procedure:

  1. Wash the whole mango.
  2. Cut the whole mango lengthwise on both sides.
  3. Scoop the mango fruits from the cut mango sides. Mash 2 tablespoon of the scooped mango in a saucer by using a fork or a blender and add 1 teaspoon of honey. Mix them well. Set aside as this is your facial mask.
  4. Don´t throw the skin, you´ll use it for the body scrub.
  5. Peel off the skin on both sides of the seed and put the seed on a plate together with the scooped skin.
  6. Use the hulled inner parts of the mango skins and the seed in scrubbing your washed and moisty skin. You can start with your arms, neck, shoulder and downward of your body. Let it stay for 10 minutes.
  7. Meanwhile, apply your easy facial mask (no.3) on your face with the use of a facial brush. (Of course you can do the facial mask first before the body scrub.) Don´t forget to apply the mask on your neck as well. Let it stay for 10 minutes.
  8. While waiting, you can eat the remaining mango fruits.
  9. Then rinse your face and body with lukewarm water and pat dry with a towel.

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Success Of The Experiment

Experimenting those papaya and mango body scrubs and facial masks was a great success. My skin felt smooth, radiant and vibrant after those treatments. Although I´m not fond of whitening my skin, the color was indeed a bit lightened compared to before applying those body scrubs and facial masks.Those treatments were very good to my dry and mature skin.

All the recipes here are my own and was well thought of. It´s not only cheap but healthy as I used the normal products. I would say an organic product as I used the papaya fruits from my own garden. Of course the mangoes are from the market which I think is "normal" produced as well.


Health Benefits of Mango

Health Benefits of Papaya

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      Thelma Alberts 2 years ago from Germany

      Yes, I agree with you beautyandremedy. Thanks for your stopping by and happy weekend!

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      Elnita Zahlie 2 years ago from Kingdom of Heaven

      One of papaya's enzymes called papain is an active compound that's is useful for health purpose.

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      Thelma Alberts 2 years ago from Germany

      Yes, I have never thought of that either Peggy until I tried it and did a research about those fruits. It would be great if you can plant your own papaya. Thanks for your visit. Good night!

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      Peggy Woods 2 years ago from Houston, Texas

      I love eating mango and papaya but never thought of them as having another use as a body scrub or facial mask. Will think of it the next time I eat those fruits. I should try growing my own papaya trees here. I saw a friend do it successfully from seeds so I know it is possible in the Houston climate.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi anglnwu!

      Oh, the body scrub really smells refreshing and awesome. I hope you will try this soon. Thanks for your visit and have a wonderful week.

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      anglnwu 3 years ago

      Mango is one of my favorite fruits. I see you've included kalamanci as well. I can only imagine how nice these body scrubs and facial moisturizers will smell. I really should get in the routine of using natural skin savers. Thanks for sharing.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi livingabroad, I miss this body treatment as I am back again in Germany. Papaya and mango are very expensive here. I am only able to do this treatment at home as I have papaya plants in my garden. Thanks for your visit. Have a lovely weekend!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi Rajan! That´s right. Everytime I have eaten magoes and papayas I used the hulls for my body scrubs before throwing those in the bin. As for now I miss that ritual as papaya and ripe mango is not abundant here in Germany. I can do that only when I am in my home country. Thank you very much for your vote and sharing this to others. Have a happy weekend! Take care.

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      livingabroad 3 years ago from Wales, UK

      Hi Thelma, a great hub featuring some great tips and advice! It makes me miss my second home (Thailand) where these fruits where abundant and available everywhere! I look forward to reading more.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Some very useful scrub recipes with fruits hulls that we commonly throw away. So these body scrubs are going to be almost free.

      Your favorable personal experience with using them is an added plus point.

      Voted up, useful and sharing this hub, my friend.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, I agree with you midget38. Thanks for your visit. Have a nice Sunday!

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      Michelle Liew 3 years ago from Singapore

      Wonderful use of my favorite fruit!!

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      Kenneth Avery 3 years ago

      Thelma, you are welcome. And I am honored to have a friend/follower with your talent, caliber and drive.

      Have a peaceful day. And do keep in touch with me.

      Kenneth

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Kenneth for your kind comment. I´m honored to have a fan like you. I appreciate that. Have a nice day and Good Night!

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      Kenneth Avery 3 years ago

      Hi, Thelma

      You are welcome, but do not be astonished at the truth, for that is what I said to you.

      You are a very-talented writer and big things are coming your way.

      I try to be as tactfully-honest as I can because another person's feelings are one of the most-important things in the world.

      I welcome your questions anytime you feel a need to ask me something. Not that I am a genius, but with God's help, I will do what I can.

      And I am the one who is honored and blessed to have you as a follower, Thelma.

      Your nice and humble spirit just adds to my desire to keep on writing on HP.

      God smile upon you.

      Kenneth

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi Kenneth,

      I think this is the longest comment that I ever have here in Hubpages. Thank you so much. I appreciate your very kind comment. I´m speechless reading this as I am astonished about how you feel towards my writings.

      I´m glad to be one of your follower and I would gladly ask you any kind of help when that time comes. Of course your honest comments and feedbacks on my hubs are very much appreciated.

      I did not know that my Fan Mail slot is not working. I have to check it. Thank you once again. Have a great day my friend!

      Take Care,

      Thelma

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      Kenneth Avery 3 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, Thelma, loved this hub. Voted up and away. Very professional and well-written.

      Your Fan Mail slot to send you emails is NOT working, so my note of thanks for following me is below:

      Dear Thelma ,

      I wanted to take the time to send you my Personal Note of Sincere Thanks for becoming one of my

      cherished-followers. This gesture means the world to me. I just hope in some way, I can pay you back

      someday.

      And I want you to always feel free to write me about anything you want with total-confidence. I am

      always up for new ideas in hub-writing, healthy criticism, and good input on how I can make my hubs

      better.

      I just want you to know that I respect as well as love your work and encourage you to use your gift of

      writing as you do in your works that I have read, and you will touch a lot of lives.

      Thank you again for being in my world.

      If I can ever be of help to you, just email me at kennethavery5376@yahoo.com and I will do what I can to

      help you as much as I can.

      Sincerely,

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, please try this Sandyspider. I hope you´ll like it. Thanks for dropping by. Have a great day!

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      Sandy Mertens 3 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      This is something I think I will try. Thanks for all the information about it.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi ChitrangadaSharan!

      Papaya and mangoes are definitely abundant in your country. I hope you´ll enjoy trying these beauty treatments. Thanks for your visit and have a nice weekend.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi Crystal Tatum! I agree about no mystery ingredients. You know what you put on your body.Thanks for sharing this hub to others. Have a nice weekend!

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      Chitrangada Sharan 3 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Very useful and interesting hub!

      Mango season has arrived in India and Papaya is found throughout the year. Therefore I am definitely going to try them. I know about the scrubbing benefits of Papaya and have even tried them but Mango scrubs look interesting to try.

      Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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      Crystal Tatum 3 years ago from Georgia

      These seem very easy to make and no worries about mystery ingredients. Sharing this hub - great job!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi, ologsinquito! Yes, it´s very easy to make. Lavender oil is awesome. I always have that too at home. Thanks for your visit and for sharing this to others.

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      ologsinquito 3 years ago from USA

      These scrubs look pretty easy to make and the lavender oil adds a nice touch. This is one oil I never want to be without. It has so many uses. Voted up and shared.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Susan Recipes for your nice comment. I appreciate that. I hope you´ll like the body scrubs and facial masks. Have a nice day!

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      Susan 3 years ago from India

      Wow... What a wonderful hub. I would love to try it once. Thanks Thelma for sharing this. Voted up and awesome.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi vespawoolf! Yes, the papaya gives us a soft and radiant skin. It´s very healthy. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you like those treatments. Have a nice day!

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      vespawoolf 3 years ago from Peru, South America

      What a great idea! We love papaya in every form. I plan on trying the face mask tonight. I used to puree the seeds and use them to do a facial peel. It leaves tour skin so soft and pink! Thanks so much for sharing.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Anil and Honey for your nice comment. Yes, those fruits are yummy! Have a nice day!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi, fiftyish!

      It´s nice to hear that you are living in Thailand and you lead a very healthy life. I´m here in the Philippines escaping the winter in Germany and so I´m appreciating the life and the foods that I have no access in Germany like the papayas, mangoes and many others.

      I wish you a happy and healthy life. Thanks for the wonderful comment. Take care!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you rebeccamealey for your wonderful comment. Yes, those fruits are indeed healthy, in and out. Have a lovely Friday!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, you can try those body scrubs and facial masks from those fruits. They are very good for our skin. I was surprised by my idea of using the inner side of the papaya skin. I did not think that it was good, but it was really good. Thanks for your visit Blond Logic. Have a nice day!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, it was very good for my face and I´m sure on yours, too ChristyWrites. Thank you for stopping by. Have a nice day!

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      Anil 3 years ago from Kerala

      Very powerful, nice and beautiful hub, I like PAPAYA, and mango, both are tasty fruits

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      Andy Aitch 3 years ago from UK & South East Asian Region

      Nice Hub that Thelma, voted up ;)

      As I get older, so I become more health conscious, and that means learning more about the kinds of foods I shove down my gullet. Being a bloke, I don't go in for facial scrubs or any other such cosmetic enhancements though ;). For healthy skin, I tend to make sure I'm hydrated at all times and eat healthily. Papaya is one such fruit that I eat almost every day, along with fresh pineapple, and watermelon, mixed together with a handful of almonds and some raw oats.

      It's easy for me to consume such foods daily, and effortlessly because I live in Thailand, and can buys all this wonderful fruit from almost every street corner.

      Andy Aitch

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      Rebecca Mealey 3 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Good inside and out! These exotic fruits are awesome, and your photos and scrub recipes really do them justice. Thanks!

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      Mary Wickison 3 years ago from Brazil

      I should have a go with the papaya one. I am in Brazil and we have those trees here as well.

      I never thought of using the inside of the skin as a rub.

      Interesting and useful, thanks.

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      Christy Birmingham 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      This is certainly a useful way to use the fruit - and I bet it would be great for the face. Really good details here, Thelma!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      You mean the papaya tree. I´m sad to say that this papaya tree was destroyed by the typoon, but I planted another one. Thanks for your stopping by Glimmer Twin Fan. Have a great week!

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      Glimmer Twin Fan 3 years ago

      I'm impressed by the mango tree in your yard. And these body products are so easy to make and good for us too. Nice hub.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      You can try that next time you have those fruits, rls8994 Thanks for stopping by. Have a lovely weekend!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Midget38. Have a nice weekend!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Prasetio for your dropping by. Yes, you can use those fruits for beauty treatment, too. Have a nice sunday!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you Victoria Lynn for your nice comment. I appreciate that. Happy weekend!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      It´s not much of a mess Nell. You´ll manage. Thanks for your wonderful comment. Enjoy trying it. Take care;-)

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      rls8994 3 years ago from Mississippi

      I love eating these delicious fruits but I have never used them in a face mask. I will be doing that now though :) thanks for sharing this! :)

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      Michelle Liew 3 years ago from Singapore

      This is so cool, Thelma, natural and effective!

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      prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Very informative hub. I had never about this fruit useful for body scrub and facial masks. Thanks for writing and sharing with us. Voted up :-)

      Prasetio

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      Victoria Lynn 3 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      How creative you are! I like papaya. I've had it in salad, and it was wonderful. I might actually try this. Great ideas!

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      Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

      I love this Thelma! I am always experimenting with new face creams scrubs and so on, so I am definitely going to bookmark this, and probably make a real mess in my bathroom but hey who cares! lol! wonderful! voted and shared! nell

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      I agree with you Abby Campbell. You have said it beautifully. Thanks for your visit. I hope you´ll try this. Have a nice day!

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      Abby Campbell 3 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      Mmmm... love papaya, Thelma. There's nothing like that feeling of love for self when one feels great, especially after a nice hot bath and skin treatment. I may just fall in love with myself again after your recommendations here! Thank you for sharing!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, those fruits are too expensive in Germany that´s why I appreciate them so much when I´m in the Philippines. Thanks Janet for your wonderful comment. I hope everything is ok with you and your family. Have a lovely weekend! Thank you, I will enjoy my time here.

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      Janet Giessl 3 years ago from Georgia country

      Thelma, these are absolutely great ideas for body scrubs and facial masks. Both fruits have so many healthy benefits both internal and external. I really miss those fruits from the Philippines. Buying them here in Germany is too expensive and they don't taste that great as there. A very well-written, informative and easy-to-follow, useful, great hub with beautiful photos. Enjoy your time in the Philippines!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thank you DDE for your nice comment. I hope you´ll try it. Have a lovely weekend!

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      My Homemade Papaya and Mango Body Scrubs and Facial Masks is a well advised hub. It has a unique and is worth a try for Body Scrubs and Facial Masks. Simple tips to try and explained to the point.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Thanks for your visit and your wonderful comment randomcreative. Have a nice day! Take care;-)

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      Rose Clearfield 3 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      What a great way to maximize the life of the fruit! Thanks for the detailed instructions. I'm sure that these beauty products both feel and smell amazing.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yes, these fruits are expensive in other countries like in Australia or Germany, that´s why I use other fruits when I´m in my adopted country for the beauty treatments. Thanks for your wonderful comment. Have a nice day!

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Hi, younghopes! I´m find. I hope you, too. Yes, those fruits are yummy. I could not even resist eating some of the facial mask leftover after applying it. LOL! I hope you´ll try those treatments. Thanks for your visit.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      I can see that Billy. I hope Bev likes mango and papaya on her skin. Thanks for dropping by. Have a wonderful day, too.

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      Suzanne Day 3 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      The fruits look divine in the photos and I can only imagine what they're like for a facial scrub (they can be expensive where I live). However, I do know about the antioxidant properties and effect on skin, so I'm sure they would work well. Mangoes are delicious I love to add the pulp to water in a fruit salad "sauce". Thanks for a beautiful hub, voted up and useful!

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      Shadaan Alam 3 years ago from India

      Hi Thelma how are you, these are such tasty face masks. I love both of these fruits but have never tried them on my skin, its good you did it

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      Bill Holland 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      I can't see myself using this but I can see Bev doing it...so passing this on. Have a wonderful day.