By Adeniyi Ogunfowoke
Yoghurt has been consumed all of over the world for years. It is very nutritious, and eating it regularly may boost several aspects of your health. The eating side of yoghurt is what everybody knows about. Yoghurt is also perfect for your skin. Jumia Food, Nigeria’s no 1 food ordering platform, shares skin benefits of yoghurt.
As you grow older, your skin begins to show signs of ageing. You can deal with these wrinkles using a yoghurt scrub on a weekly basis. You mix several spoons of yoghurt and oats and stir to get an even consistency and apply it all over your face.
Reduce dark circles
A sleepless night is one of the causes of dark circles. Using yoghurt can help reduce them. Dip the cotton balls in the yoghurt and use it to subtly dab under your eyes. You can do this for 10 minutes and rinse.
Treats skin infections
If you are looking for an all-natural remedy for skin infections, then you should use yoghurt. Apply the yoghurt to the infected area using a gauze to dap it. You should repeat this procedure twice a day till the infection goes away.
If your skin needs a boost of moisture, you can try using a yoghurt face mask to rejuvenate your skin.
Yoghurt is very effective in ridding your face of acne. You simply apply the yoghurt to affected areas and ensure that you do not touch other parts of your so that it won’t spread. Additionally, it is advisable for you to apply it overnight.
Ogunfowoke Adeniyi is a PR Associate at Jumia Travel
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