In 100 g of yogurt, there is approximately 1 mg of zinc. This mineral is renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties, being an astringent, and facilitating cell reproduction and tissue growth. Zinc also helps in regulating sebum, which is produced by the sebaceous glands, thereby curing acne and pimples.
We all know yogurt is replete in calcium, but did you know that a majority of your epidermis consists of calcium? So supplementing calcium helps in healthy and effortless skin renewal and preventing the skin from getting dry and dehydrated.
3. B Vitamins:
Yogurt is replete in vitamins B2, B5 and B12. It is the vitamin B2, or riboflavin, that ensures you have glowing and healthy skin. Riboflavin helps keep the skin hydrated, protects the skin cells from the damage caused by free radicals, aids in cellular regeneration and growth and plays a role in the manufacture of healthy cellular fats. One single cup of yogurt offers you 20 to 30 percent of your daily recommended amount of riboflavin.
4. Lactic Acid:
This is one of the main nutrients in yogurt, and it also forms one of the key ingredients in several skincare products. Lactic acid is a great exfoliant and skin moisturizer. It also works as an anti-aging agent by reducing the visibility of wrinkles and preventing new wrinkles and fine lines from forming.
Now that we know all about the different nutrients that make yogurt so fantastic for the skin, let’s take a look at all the benefits you can reap by using a yogurt face mask.
Here are some of the wonderful benefits of using this amazing mask. In fact, your skin will thank you for the TLC!