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8 beauty secrets from all over the world

Other countries, other customs. Everyone knows about this well known saying. Our gestures, greetings and eating habits are very different from those in other countries, as are our beauty rituals.

We looked around for the most bizarre, exciting and promising beauty routines from other countries and here they are:

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    Japan

    "Uguisu no Fun" is a cosmetic ritual from Japan, in which drops of celebrity are applied to the skin. It sounds disgusting, but it works wonders. Powdered fertilizer is mixed with soap. This centuries-old tradition says that it cleanses the skin extremely well and relieves inflammation. He says that the guanine contained in the skin gives it a glow – Victoria Beckham also vows.

    Morocco

    In southwestern Morocco there is a fruit whose oil is called liquid gold in Morocco. This is an argan fruit from which the seeds are richly oil-extracted by hand. Due to its high content of unsaturated fatty acids, antibacterial effect and phenolic acid content, argan oil is suitable for our skin and hair. This adds to the rapid renewal of cells, causing damage, inflammation and blemishes to disappear in an instant.

    Hungary

    In Hungary, people swear by the healing properties of thermal baths. Warm, mineral-rich water provides many skin problems for quick relief, boosts blood circulation, and boosts peak collagen production – goodbye! The spa is particularly popular in Budapest. The earth's crust is particularly thin there, and the water is particularly rich in valuable minerals. Budapesters like to bathe in warm springs several times a week.

    Hawaii

    Hawaiian women are known for their natural beauty. But they also resort to small tools that provide glowing skin. This includes, for example, kukui nut oil. For centuries, kukui trees have been an invaluable resource for Hawaii. They were then introduced by the Polynesians and today they can be found all over the island. Hawaiians use every part of this plant – for the production of many goods, but also for joints or sore throats. Today, Kukui walnut oil is mainly used for massages.

    China

    In China, we know of a miracle anti-wrinkle drug, which is much more effective than Vitamin C. It's Matcha! The Chinese not only drink green powder to wake up in the morning, but mix it into their face masks. Namely, Matcha is full of antioxidants and amino acids that promote collagen and elastin regeneration. Smart trick: the powder can also be dissolved in water and frozen as ice cream. This way you can distribute Matcha in the morning slowly and circularly across the skin and at the same time get rid of the swelling.

    Greece

    In Greece, he swore an oil derived from an old plant: wild rose oil. It is incredibly rich in vitamin C, which smoothes the skin, as well as linoleic acid, which releases a lot of moisture to the skin, quickly eliminating inflammation and redness.

    Egypt

    Ancient Egyptians engaged in skin care at an early age. So Cleopatra already knew that warm milk baths were not only soothing but also good for the skin. Moreover, the power of honey is known in the African country. Lauwarm is happily applied as a moisturizer on dry lips. Perfect for winter!

    France

    We have already seen some from French cosmetic tips. However, we did not know this secret until now. Because you know that grapes are the true moisturizer of our skin. Grape extract and grape seed oil are solidified in French beauty.

    Antilles

    In the Caribbean island of Antilles, man uses the effect of papaya against dark circles and puffiness. The ladies cut a slice of fruit, halved it and put it under their eyes in the morning.

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