The pawpaw is one of the most popular fruits in the modern world. Native to central America and southern Mexico, pawpaws are consumed in its dried, ripe and unripe forms.

While the ‘fruit of angels’ dubbed fruit rich in dietary fibre is great for health, pawpaw is also an excellent agent for skin health. Its abundant content of vitamin C make the pawpaw fruit a great source of healing wounds while protecting cells from cancer.

Great moisturizer

If you struggle with dry skin, then pawpaw is the remedy that could help out. Papaya contains enzymes which aid in dry, flaky skin by hydrating it.

By incorporating a papaya-honey face mask regularly, you can achieve a better moisturized skin in as short as a month. 

You can make this papaya face mask by mixing some squashed papaya and honey, applying the paste on your face leaving out the eye area and leaving it on between half an hour or an hour before rinsing the paste off with warm water. 

Acts as anti-ageing agent

Pawpaw peel has been proven to reduce wrinkles on the human skin. Thanks to its skin repairing, exfoliating and hydrating properties, pawpaw peel reverses the activities of ageing properties in the skin.

The peels of pawpaw helps erase dead skin cells from the skin’s surface.

To achieve this, get fresh pawpaw peel and rub them all over your face and neck. Allow the juice sit on your face for about twenty to thirty minutes then rinse off with cold water.

Whitens the skin

Notice how pawpaw makes up an active ingredient in popular skin-whitening products?  Pawpaw owes its whitening effects to an active Papain enzyme active in the pawpaw fruit.

Great exfoliating agent

To exfoliate means to shed from the surface of something. In skin care, exfoliation simply put, means the removal of dead skin cells to reveal a newer skin.

Again, the Papain enzyme plays an active role in restoring the even tone of the skin.

Helps in acne treatment

Acne can be as annoying as they are embarrassing. With the ever active Papain, pawpaw serves as a good agent for treating acne and at the same time, preventing future breakouts.

Pawpaw leaves, seeds, and skin, also contain anti-acne properties and abilities.

Apply pulped pawpaw on the affected area and leave on for twenty minutes. Regular application of this paste will present visible results in no time.



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