Ginger nose mask

Ginger tops the list of herbs that are frequently used in the medical and cosmetic fields, for its innumerable benefits, whether for the body or for the skin. One of these benefits is slimming!
When the phrase ginger for slimming is repeated, the majority of women think of the clamps that consist of ginger and other ingredients to slim the abdomen, buttocks and other body parts that suffer from the accumulation of fat in them, but what about the ginger nose mask? 
Although there are no adequate studies that prove the benefits of the ginger mask for slimming the nose  the experiences of some of those who tested it spoke of achieving tangible and satisfactory results, and even confirmed that this mask may obviate the need for surgical procedures to reduce the nose. Is it possible to say that a recent discovery in the world of cosmetics is the hero of ginger? 
Dissolving fat or slimming is not the only benefit of the ginger mask, but it has many benefits for the skin, and for the nose in particular! What is this other benefit? Before determining it, it is necessary to address the usefulness of this plant or spice, which flavors most dishes, and treats various diseases, especially those related to diseases of the respiratory system…

Benefits of ginger for the skin

• Ginger contains several types of antioxidants that fight free radicals that are harmful to the skin, which makes it an effective ingredient for fighting signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines. 
• Stimulates blood circulation, which helps improve skin texture and elasticity. 
• Ginger is a natural sterilizer for the skin. It deeply cleanses the pores and treats skin impurities, such as acne and the scars it leaves on the surface of the skin. It also contributes to alleviating dark spots and skin pigmentation. 
• The other benefit it provides to the skin of the nose, in addition to reducing its size, is that it helps to get rid of black and white heads on the nose.


How is the ginger nose mask prepared? 

There are several ways in which a ginger nose mask is prepared. Ginger and water can be sufficient, whether fresh or powdered, or if other ingredients are added to it…. 

Ginger and water nose mask

• Fresh ginger root. 
• Little water. 
• Grate the ginger, then mash it with a fork with water to get a sticky mixture that is easy to apply on the nose. 
• Distribute on the nose and leave for 10 minutes, then wash with lukewarm water
• Repeat the ginger and water mask for the nose for 5 consecutive days to get the desired result, whether in terms of removing black or white heads or in terms of reducing the nose. 


Ginger and honey mask

This mask is also useful to reduce the nose and to cleanse it of the impurities that usually appear on the skin, but it is recommended that those who have sensitive skin avoid resorting to it or do a test on a hidden area of ​​the skin. 
• Root of ginger. 
• A spoonful of honey. 
• Crush ginger in an electric mixer, then mix with honey. 
• After obtaining a homogeneous and coherent mixture, it is distributed on the nose. 
• Leave it for 10 minutes, as a maximum, and then wash it with lukewarm water. 
• Repeat the ginger and honey mask daily, or every other day. 


Ginger and apple cider vinegar nose mask 

• A spoonful of ginger powder. 
• A teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.
• A spoonful of toothpaste. 
• Mix all the ingredients together well to get a cohesive dough. 
• Apply to the nose and leave it for a maximum of 10 minutes. 
• Wash the nose with lukewarm water. 
• Repeat the ginger and apple cider vinegar mask for 4 consecutive days. 

To these ginger nose masks, a toner can be made from it, which protects the nose skin from impurities, removes the accumulated skin cells, treats black and white heads, and contributes to its hydration. 


Ginger Nose Toner

• Two tablespoons of ginger powder. 
• 4 cups of water. 
• A few drops of lavender oil or rosemary oil. 
• Put the water with ginger in a pot on the fire until it boils and until the amount of water evaporates to reach half of it. 
• Remove from heat and set aside to cool. 
• Add lavender oil or rosemary oil and keep in a bottle in the fridge. 
• Moisten a cotton ball with ginger toner and pass it over the nose.


Disadvantages of using ginger for the skin  

• It is recommended to apply a small amount of ginger mask to a small and invisible area to test the sensitivity of the skin. 
• Ginger may cause redness in the nose area, which quickly disappears after applying the mask for the first time. 
• Do not leave the ginger mask for more than 10 minutes, to prevent skin irritation.
• If you notice redness or a burning feeling, it is recommended to rinse your nose immediately. 
• It is advised not to distribute the ginger mask close to the area around the eyes

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