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Delicious yoghurt cocoa face mask to soften and moisturise your skin

Get the rejuvenating spa treatment at home with this face mask.

Are you looking for something that smells incredibly delicious and is moisturising for dry, chapped skin? Look no further than this yoghurt cocoa mask recommended by cosmetologist Nandita Das. Winter chill and cold winds can take a toll on your skin and make them dry. This oh-so-lovely smelling face mask is packed with antioxidants and cell-rejuvenating vitamins and enzymes that will help you battle dry skin in winters.

The cocoa yoghurt mask moisturises your skin

Yogurt rejuvenates your skin by nourishing and exfoliating it. The lactic acid present in it helps smoothen the rough and dry skin. Cocoa butter can be used as a daily moisturiser to even skin texture and leave the skin feeling smooth. Cocoa butter works on all skin types but is particularly effective for normal to dry skin. It contains fatty acids which improve skin s moisture retention. It is also very effective to soothe skin on areas such as elbows, knees and ankles and reduce its dryness. Plus, cocoa butter is an emollient and can add a protective layer of hydration to your skin. Cocoa butter also possesses healing properties and resolves scars, cuts and pigmentation. Also, try these best out of waste DIY face masks.

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Preparing the hydrating and rejuvenating face mask

The mask is fairly simple to prepare. All you need to do is combine a tablespoon of cocoa butter with half a tablespoon of yoghurt. You need to melt the cocoa butter in a saucepan over low heat and then slowly add the yoghurt until smooth. Then pour the cocoa butter and yoghurt concoction in a bowl and let it cool in normal temperature. Apply it gently on your skin in circular motions; leave the mask on for fifteen minutes before you wash it with lukewarm water. These 5 orange peel masks work wonders for your skin.

Try this out at home and let us know in comments how well it worked for you and if you would recommend it to your friends.

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