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Are you looking to revitalise your looks and improve your complexion? If so, why not seek inspiration from women across the globe?
Here are ten exotic beauty secrets revealed:
A glycolic facial peel can reduce the signs of aging, but many Italians rely on olive oil to do the job. This natural cosmetic is a great moisturiser and can keep lines and wrinkles at bay – bellissimo.
Believe it or not, Grecian beauties use natural yoghurt to cool, soothe and moisturise their skin. They apply it to sunburnt, irritated or sore areas and leave it to work its magic before washing it off.
If you have rough, dry skin on your feet, a fish pedicure could help. This unusual beauty treatment is popular in Thailand and has recently been brought to the UK.
According to the Huffington Post, Indian brides apply a mixture of turmeric and chickpea flour to their skin before their big day – in a bid to reduce skin irritations and excess sweating.
Laser hair removal can get rid of stubborn stubble, but South American’s use a more primitive method. The women of Zacatecas in Mexico use bees wax to remove excess hair, as this has both antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.
Are you nails brittle and weak? If the answer's yes, chop up some garlic and place it in a bottle of clear nail varnish. Leave it to stew for seven to ten days and you'll have a strengthening polish that's raved about in the Dominican Republic.
It's thought that Cleopatra use to enjoy milk baths to keep her skin soft and supple. If you want to bath like a Queen, simply add two cups of powdered milk to your tub and relax.
The women of Israel are lucky to live near the Dead Sea. This is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean and can help soothe a wide range of skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis.
Seaweed is packed with minerals including iron, zinc, selenium and copper and is used by Japanese women to strengthen their locks. They boil it and transform it into a nourishing paste before applying it to dry hair – so why not pick up some sheets of nori?
Chilean women credit the antioxidant powers of red grapes, for their vibrant, youthful-looking skin. They combine this crushed red fruit with white flower to create a luxury facemask and use it to revitalise a tired complexion.
Mother Nature gave us many natural beauty products – so why not give them a go?