Every culture has its own secrets of preserving female beauty. We decided to take a short tour around the world from Sweden to Singapore.
Every culture has its own secrets of preserving female beauty. We decided to take a short tour around the world from Sweden to Singapore
French women, as usual
UK tap water is saturated with lime, a mineral that makes hair brittle. Therefore, local girls do not wash their hair more than three times a week, and try to use shampoos for dry hair. It is almost as cold in Sweden as in Russia, so women love to go to the sauna and warm up. The bath has many useful qualities. The most important thing is to improve blood circulation.
Filipino beauties are sure to take care of their hair with aloe juice. It makes hair shine. In sunny Italy, dry hair is fought with the help of special masks made from egg whites. Add two proteins to a foamy mousse and work into damp hair for 10 minutes before rinsing out with shampoo.
In Costa Rica, lemon juice and water are mixed in equal proportions to rub the resulting solution into the face (except for the eye area!) With a cotton swab for a few minutes. This shrinks the pores on the skin. West African women use shea tree oil to make their skin softer and smoother.
For centuries, Indian women have applied kajal eyeliner, a home-made kohl made by mixing ash and almond oil. The result is still amazing. Chinese women cleanse their faces with rice water because rice itself contains antioxidants that prevent skin aging. And Japanese women love to take a sake bath - with its help, the skin of the body acquires an amazingly beautiful shade and tenderness.
Source:Women's He alth