Peach is an extraordinarily important source of vitamins and minerals. Most of the vitamins are located right under the skin of the fruit, so the fruit need to be peeled very thinly and carefully. Besides the fact that it can be used as a very useful therapeutic agent for anemia, you can also make a very useful mask, especially for dry skin.
Peel the skin of one, possibly two peaches and remove the pit. Mash it with a fork, remove the small vessels and apply the resulting mask on your face and neck (especially of you are over thirties). The mask is ideal for dry skin, although it can be used for all skin types.
Juice for refreshment
If you have a little more spare time, pulp the peach strain through a clean gauze and with the given juice dab your face and leave it until it dries. The juice will give your face an extraordinary freshness and elasticity.
If you want to have a taut facial skin use the peach. Mix one peeled peach with one egg white and mix it all together with a mixer. Apply it on your face and let it stand for half an hour. Then rinse it with cold water. The peach will have a botox effect on your skin.
For this scrub you need 2 peaches, 1 tablespoon honey, 2 tablespoons of powdered milk, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Mix the honey, milk and the peaches, apply it on your face and leave it for 15 minutes. Then rinse your face with lukewarm water in which you put lemon juice. Finally rinse your face with cold water. This scrub will perfectly clean your face.
Peach for volume
If you have thin and sparse hair, peach leaves can help you get your hair volume. A handful of leaves, cover with 250ml of boiling water, leave the mixture to cool, then filter it. After washing, apply it on your hair and don’t rinse.