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7 Amazing Benefits Of Guava For Skin and Hair

1..Provides Relief From Acne & Dark Spots
Acne and dark spots are a common skin problem which affects millions of people all over the world. Acne and dark spots are bad not just because they harm our skin but also because they hide the real beauty of our skin and by getting rid of acne and dark spots we can enhance our beauty. Guava is a wonder fruit that provides many skin benefits and one such benefit is  the ability to provide relief from acne and dark spots.
For treatment of acne and dark spots, add some water to guava leaves and make a fine paste. Apply this paste on the affected area and rinse off with water after few minutes, and pat with a soft cloth. Repeat the process for few days to get the results.  
2.Removes Blackheads
Blackheads are caused by the clogging of hair follicles by the dead skin cells. Hair follicles get clogged when the excessive skin oil combines with dead skin cells and block follicles   Some of the major factors that contribute to blackheads are excessive body oil, build up of P. Acne bacteria ( propionibacterium acnes) and irritation of hair follicles when the dead skin cells are not shredded on  a regular basis
Guava leaves are very effective in removing blackheads that get formed near our nose, chin, and other areas. To use guava leaves for blackhead removal, grind some guava leaves with little water and scrub the mixture on the blackheads affected area.
3. Prevents Premature Ageing
Guava is  an excellent source of vitamin C which is a great antioxidant that provides many skin benefits and one such benefit is its ability to provide relief from premature aging. The antioxidants) present in guava fights with the free radicals of our body, stabilizes them and thus prevents them from doing damage to our body. The anti-aging benefits of guava make it very effective for providing relief from fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots etc.
Consuming guava is good but other than this, you can also boil guava leaves in water and make a decoction and apply on the face. This will help not only in the treatment of premature aging but will also make you skin firm and tone. In addition to this, the presence of vitamin A and vitamin B, and potassium also contributes to anti-aging benefits of guava.
4. Provides Relief From Allergies & Itching
Guava is anti allergic in nature and is very effective in providing relief from various types of allergies. By reducing the various types of allergies, it also reduces itching as allergies are known as the major factor behind itching.
5. Improves Skin Complexion
Guava is very beneficial for improving the complexion of our skin and for making it beautiful and radiant again.
To use guava for improving skin complexion, make a guava  scrub by mashing some guava flesh with an egg yolk and apply it on your face. After 20 minutes, rinse off with warm water.
Using this scrub for twice or at least once in a week will remove the dead skin cells from our skin and will lighten the complexion.  This guava scrub is also capable of removing impurities from the skin and make our skin refreshed and energetic.
6. Protection From UV Rays And Environmental Damage
Guava is very effective in protecting our skin from the harmful UV radiation of the sun and also from the damage caused by the environmental pollution. This benefit of guava is mainly because of the presence of lycopene in guava. Lycopene is an antioxidant that protects our skin cells from sun damage by fighting with the free radicals of our body and by stabilizing it and thus making it ineffective for the cell damage.
Other than the lycopene, antioxidant like vitamin C also plays an important role in making a protective shield against the sun. Pink guavas are more beneficial than other variants of guava for protection against the sun.
7.. As A Natural Skin Toner
Guava is a good source of a number of healthy nutrients like vitamins and min

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