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Incorporate Wild Oats and Honey into Your Natural Black Skin Care Regimen

Updated on May 12, 2014
Wild Oates & Honey Masque
Wild Oates & Honey Masque

Wild Oats and Honey, Not Your Ordinary Ingredients

Natural ingredients such as Wild Oats and Honey are great for African American skin care but how are they related, and how much do you have to eat to get great looking skin?

As delicious as it sounds, in this case, you don’t have to eat any to get amazing looking skin. Instead, you need to make Wild Oats and Honey a part of your daily black skin care regimen by putting it on your face as a rejuvenating masque.

As a weekly component of your black skin care regimen, wild oats will gently exfoliate your skin by sloughing off dead skin cells. You’ll notice immediate results of softness and a beautiful glow after the first use.

Mind you, my Wild Oats and Honey Masque does not contain your run of the mill breakfast oatmeal. This product contains the highest quality avena sativa (wild oat). Avena sativa is a member of the grass family that is native to Scotland. It is commonly used in numerous herbal remedies. We use it as an ingredient in our African American skin care line because avena sativa deep cleans without being abrasive to your skin.

Honey - The Other Main Ingredient for Natural Black Skin Care

Honey Adds Sweetness to Your Skin Care Regimen

The other main ingredient in our specially-formulated black skin care product is honey. Sweet, sweet honey. Even if you don’t like the taste of honey, you cannot deny the countless benefits it provides to your skin. Besides, this honey is not just for eating.

The benefits that it provides to your skin is limitless. Whether you have dry, flaky skin or oily acne-prone skin, honey is an ingredient that you will want to find in any of your black skin care products.

Honey keeps your skin hydrated and fresh by absorbing and retaining valuable moisture. Even if you have oily skin, moisturizing should be a very important part of your daily skin care regimen.

If you have acne-prone skin, honey is a perfect addition to your African American skin care regimen because it acts as a natural anti-microbial. Honey acts to prevent acne and treats blemishes by absorbing the impurities left in the pores from makeup or everyday dirt.

As a natural antioxidant, honey protects your skin from the damaging ultraviolet rays of the sun and rejuvenates and refreshes nutrient-depleted skin.

How often should you use a masque?

By adding a masque to your skin care regimen once or twice a week you'll begin to see immediate results in the condition of your skin. Fifteen minutes is all it takes for this black skin care product to make a lasting effect on your skin.

Remove the honey masque with a warm cloth and you’ll notice the difference in your skin’s texture as soon as you take the masque off.

You’ll have everyone wondering what gave your face that smooth, fresh glow.

As Always ...

Dedicated To Your Beauty,

Juliette Samuel

Nyraju Skin Care

Black Skin Care

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