We always admire women’s beauty. From the outside, it may seem natural and effortless. But, in reality, beauty is hard work unless you’ve won the genetic lottery. Every country traditionally holds its own beauty secrets, passed from one generation to the next.
Women in many Asian countries abhor the sun because pale skin is a sign of beauty and desirability. These women kept their bodies covered from head to toe, even in the hottest of months to keep their skin from tanning. Members of the Masai tribe in Africa are known for their practice of wearing heavy jewellery made of stones or elephant tusks to stretch their earlobes over time.
Likewise, different countries use different natural ingredients and remedies for beauty purpose. Continue reading to know more.
To get rid of dandruff and an itchy dry scalp, Australian women add a few drops of tea tree oil to their shampoo. But if you’re feeling lazy, shops offer a wide range of hair products that already contain the oil.
The next time you go to the beach, you can try an easy trick which will help you reduce any cellulite you may have. Take a bit of wet sand, and gently rub it on your problem areas. This kind of massage improves blood circulation and makes your skin smooth.
Cleopatra is said to be the first woman who discovered the magical effects of milk bath. Simply add 1-2 liters of warm whole milk and 100 grams of honey to your usual bath. After 15-20 minutes, your skin will become softer and more elastic. If you’re not ready to waste milk, there is an alternative: you can buy skincare products with lactic acid.
Warning: Before taking a bath, make sure you’re not allergic to any of the components.