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how to use lemon peels

lemons are a fruit super loved it in all the way, is used for seasoning and to prepare cakes and various recipes. These fruits, not only uses the juice, but also the peel is used in various ways. Lemon peels contain a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and fiber that provide a boost of nutrition. In fact, compared to lemon juice, the skins have more vitamins C and A, beta-carotene, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, and potassium, just to name a few. They can also be used for other purposes, not food. Let’s discover together, then, how to use lemon peels:

the lemon peel has many benefits for the skin, can help to brighten and make it softer. Also, lemon peels are excellent to use as a scrub to remove dead skin cells and stimulate cell renewal, in addition to counter l’acne. You can rub the lemon peel over the entire face. Wait 10 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water. Do it 3 or 4 times a week in order to have a smooth and radiant skin. A’ the other operation that we can do is let it dry lemon peels in the sun for a couple of days. Put the lemon peels to dry in the blender to reduce them to a powder. Mix 1 cup of this powder with ½ cup of sugar, l’olio d’olive oil and honey enough to obtain a paste. Gently rub this scrub made at home on the moist skin for a few minutes, then let it set for 15 minutes before rinsing to exfoliate the skin, leaving it smooth and soft. With the lemon peels, if not treated, can we prepare an infusion, that we provide a lot of vitamin C and antioxidants, may also help improve digestion, reduce the weight of the body, balance pH levels, strengthen the immune system and tone the liver. We can use these peels, also for household cleaning, in accordance with l’ environment.

 

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