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Outstanding Orange Beauty Tips

Updated on August 1, 2010

Oranges are one of the most popular fruits in the world and with good reason!  They taste great, smell great and are a powerhouse of nutrition.  Not only good for your body, but for your beauty as well.  Try some of these outstanding orange beauty tips for amazing results!

Oranges Contain:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamine E
  • Potassium
  • Calcium
  • Phosphor
  • Magnesium
  • Sugar
  • Folate
  • Flavonoids

Orange Beauty Benefits:

  • Renewal of cells.
  • Helps Shrink Pores.
  • Helps clear up blemishes.
  • Helps fight aging.
  • Restores smoothness to dry skin.
  • Gives purity and freshness to the fatty skin.
  • Strengthens the hair cells.
  • Natural astringent helps oily skin.
  • Help keeps eye's healthy and bright.
  • Gives Energy, which is always attractive.

Here are our favorite uses for oranges in our own beauty routines:

Shiny Hair Rinse

Mix together:
Juice of one small orange
Equal amount of water
1 tablespoon honey

Shampoo hair and rinse thoroughly.  Massage in orange mix and leave on for about fifteen minutes.  Rinse thoroughly and your ready to style.

Orange Facial

This is excellent for smooth skin, controlling oily skin, clearing up blemishes, and removing wrinkles.  Simply slice an orange into small slices, apply to freshly washed face and relax for thirty minutes.  Rinse off and use your favorite moisturizer.  Add one teaspoon unflavored yogurt for added benefits and a super refreshed feeling.

Wrinkle Ridder

Beat 1 egg white and add:
2 teaspoons orange juice
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
a few drops sweet almond oil or olive oil

Apply mixture to freshly washed face.  Relax for thirty minutes and then rinse with warm water.

A Must Try Super Exfoliator!

1/2 cup coffee grounds from freshly brewed coffee (Allow them to cool) then add:
Olive Oil, about 1/4 cup
Orange Zest from one orange

The caffeine in the coffee is a super stimulator for skin, the olive oil leaves your skin feeling super soft and the orange will brighten up your skin and offer a great astringent.  Just add mixture to a soft wash cloth and massage all over your body in small circular motions.  Rinse thoroughly and moisturize!


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