5 Healthy Uses Of Sugar For Your Skin That Don’t Involve Eating It
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5 Healthy Uses Of Sugar For Your Skin That Don’t Involve Eating It

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5 Healthy Uses Of Sugar For Your Skin That Don’t Involve Eating It

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Those who say that sugar is bad are wrong. For one, sugar is really good for the skin, provided it is applied, and not eaten.

It is referred to as white poison, but while eating sugar may not be great for your system, it has some fantastic uses as a beauty product. Here’s all you need to know about how to use sugar in great ways, without having to eat it:

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Has moisturising qualities

Sugar has properties that allow it to take moisture from its surroundings and keep it in. As a result, when you apply sugar or a sugar-based product on your skin, it ensures that the moisture is trapped within, giving your skin a healthy, luminescent look.

World-class exfoliator

Since sugar is high in glycolic acid, which is said to be responsible for making skin look young beyond its years, it works very well as an exfoliator. You will often find a sugar scrub on a spa menu, and there is a valid reason for that; its inherently abrasive qualities help slough off dead skin, while simultaneously hydrating what remains.

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Helps soothe wounds, burns, and cuts

If you have a toddler at home who is injury-prone, always keep a lump of sugar at hand. Since sugar has high absorption, it works wonders on a split lip, cut, or wound, and is even said to be effective if you burn your tongue, as it takes the initial sting off.

Keeps lipstick intact, smoothens lips

If you are heading to a party where you want your lipstick to, well...stick, try sprinkling some sugar on your lips after application, and then dust it off. You’ll find your lipstick lasts longer. You can also mix sugar with olive oil to create your very own natural lip scrub for kissable lips.

Makes you look younger

The beauty benefits of sugar are many, and one of the key things it does is that it helps smooth away the wrinkles and lines on your skin. Sugar also works well to reduce tanning, dark spots, and other forms of pigmentation. As a result, if you are using it as a scrub or an exfoliator, over a period of time, you will find your skin looking rejuvenated and more youthful.

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