sPOTLIGHT iNGREDIENT: pAPAYA
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Papaya is a treasure trove of beneficial enzymes and plant-based antioxidants, which effectively remove all dead, damaged cells, tissues, debris from the surface of the skin. It also penetrates the interior layers of skin and thoroughly eliminates dust, grime, excess oil/sebum secretions, to cleanse pores and reveal a bright, clear complexion.
Stimulates Collagen Production
Instilled with ample amounts of papain enzyme and beta carotene antioxidants, papaya efficiently flushes out all toxins, harmful free radicals, inactive proteins from the skin. It bestows valuable components for restoring smooth texture, elasticity, banishing creases, sagging, by vastly elevating the synthesis of collagen proteins, to provide soft, supple skin.
Natural Anti-Dandruff Solution
Dandruff being triggered by fungus, papaya thwarts itching, dryness, flaking of the scalp, owing to its potent antibacterial and antifungal traits. Moreover, papaya fruits comprise a multitude of remarkable elements - B complex vitamins, lycopene, flavonoid antioxidants. These components heal all concerns associated with hair, such as dry tresses, breaking, split ends, hair loss and scalp infections.
Deeply Conditions Hair Strands
Abounding in proteolytic enzymes of papain, chymopapain, as well as vitamins A, C with antioxidant characteristics, papaya extracts nurture, condition dull, damaged hair. Applying a mask with papaya juice, coconut oil immensely nourishes the scalp, strands from root to tip, thereby promoting the growth of healthy hair from follicles and infusing moisture, softness to the mane.
Promotes Hair Growth
The wealth of folic acid and antioxidants present in papaya enhance the circulation of blood, oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles and promote the growth of healthy hair. Regular intake of papaya ensures that you get a long healthy mane. Furthermore, the antimicrobial properties of papaya help in thwarting numerous infections resulting in scalp damage, for enhanced hair thickness, texture.
- Danielle Lasit