Eggs can be a part of your beauty regime! Yes, I know this might sound a bit weird, and you might be wondering how eggs can possibly help with the beautification process – but they can. They can provide nourishment to your skin and keep your hair looking glossy and shiny too. The proteins and amino acids in eggs work to give you smooth and soft skin and hair. The proteins in eggs can help repair skin tissue and tighten up your skin, as well as keeping your hair shiny and strong.
As well as applying eggs to your skin and your hair, including eggs in your diet will help you achieve the right levels of protein. Protein is required to grow your nails and your hair, so making sure you are consuming the right levels will help your beauty regime as well!
Eggs can help reduce puffy eyes:
Separate and egg, so you just have the egg white. Smooth a thin layer of egg white under your eyes, where they are looking puffy. Leave the egg white there for about 10 minutes, then wash it off with cool water. You should find that the puffiness beneath your eyes has been reduced.
Eggs can help tone skin:
Beat an egg with a whisk until it is frothy. Apply the egg over your face and neck area. Leave it to dry, then wash off with warm water. As it dries, you should feel your skin becoming more taught. This can also moisturise your skin, so not only will your skin feel more toned – it will feel nice and soft as well.
Egg hair conditioner:
Mix and egg together with a spoonful of natural yoghurt, and a spoonful of olive oil. Apply this all over your hair and leave for 30 minutes. Then continue with your normal hair washing routine. You should find that this leaves your hair super soft and shiny, once you have washed it out.
Egg face pack for dry skin:
Separate an egg, and using only the yolk, mix this together with a spoonful of olive oil, and a spoonful of lemon juice. Apply this face pack all over your face and next. Leave it for about 15 minutes, then wash off with warm water. Your skin should be left feeling supple and soft, and any dry patches should be fully moisturised.