Did you know that chocolate is good for your skin and your hair? Here we bring you all the information

Did you know that chocolate is good for your skin and your hair? Here we bring you all the information

Chocolate is one of the most delicious "sins", there is no doubt about it. But it is also good for the skin and for the hair.

Many beauty centers apply this delicacy in their treatments. Do you want to know why it is so healthy?

Chocolate is good for your skin and your hair

It beautifies the appearance of the skin and slows down the aging process.

Chocolate moisturizes in depth

Thanks to the nutrients of the cocoa, the hydration of the skin is immediate. The iron, calcium and vitamins A, B1, C, D and E it contains maintain the necessary levels of humidity in the skin.

Its high content of antioxidants makes it fight against free radicals, which are responsible for skin aging. By applying a chocolate face or body mask, the skin is much softer and has a healthy and rejuvenated appearance.

Chocolate is good for your skin and your hair

Combats acne

Cocoa helps fight skin inflammation, so its use is ideal for irritated, inflamed or acne-prone skin.

It activates the circulation of face and body

Therefore, applying chocolate to the skin will make it look smoother. On the face, it helps smooth out wrinkles and on the rest of the body it conceals the presence of marks, stretch marks, etc.

Not only is it good for the skin, it is also good for the hair. Hair treatments are the least known. However, there are many uses for it in order to have healthy hair. What is positive about cocoa for hair?

It regulates the production of fat

This is ideal for hair with excess sebum as a result of scalp imbalance.

Chocolate is good for your skin and your hair

On the opposite side, it improves dry hair because it moisturizes it. For lifeless or brittle hair, a chocolate mask on the hair for 15 minutes will be a very good solution. The hair will have much more shine and softness than before applying it.

It is a powerful anti-dandruff treatment

Among its properties for hair, chocolate prevents seborrheic dermatitis.

Alejandro Peña

Journalist, broadcaster and creative editor+ info

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