Peerkangai | Ridge gourd | Loofah scrub - Natural

Peerkangai | Ridge gourd | Loofah scrub - Natural

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Peerkangai naar / Ridge gourd  / Loofah scrub


Benefits and uses of a loofah include:

  • using with soap to lather up and cleanse your skin.

  • exfoliating the skin on your body and face.

  • stimulating blood circulation while you shower or bath

Is loofah good for daily use?

Also, many skin experts caution against daily use of loofah since your skin doesn't need daily exfoliation. Everyday use of loofah could leave your skin dry and itchy by stripping it of its natural oils. If you love your loofah scrub, stick to twice-a-week routine.

Is loofah good for scrubbing?

People love loofahs because they exfoliate your skin. Dead skin cells sometimes clump around the top layer of your skin, making for a duller and less youthful appearance. Loofahs scrub this layer off gently and without disrupting the young and healthy skin cells underneath.

Is Peerkangai naar good for face?

If you're making the mistake of washing your face in the shower, you might not know that loofahs aren't the best option for clean skin. “You should avoid rubbing with a loofah or washcloth as these are too irritating and will damage the skin,” says Benjamin Garden, MD, a dermatologist practicing in Chicago.

How many days we can use loofah?

Replace it regularly.

“If you have a natural loofah, you should replace it every three to four weeks,” she says. “If you have one of the plastic ones, those can last for two months.” Usually, but not always: “If you notice any mold growing on your loofah, you should throw it away and get a new one

Usage of Peerkangai naar :-

  1. After you use your loofah, you should pay attention to how you’re maintaining it each day.
  2. Instead of simply hanging it in your shower or on a bath hook, use a dry towel to thoroughly wring out moisture and get it dry. Put it in a cool, dry place outside of your bathroom when you’re finished.
  3. You should also clean your loofah every week. One older study concluded that regularly cleaning your loofah with a diluted water mixture of 10 percent bleach may reduce your risk of bacterial contamination.
  4. Dip it in the mixture for 5 minutes. After cleaning, rinse it thoroughly with cool water and dry it out completely before putting it somewhere cooler to hang.
  5. To use loofahs safely, you need to replace them often. Cleveland Clinic recommends throwing out your loofah every 3 to 4 weeks. Any sign of mold or a lingering musty odor are also signs to get rid of your loofah right away.
  6. If you want to avoid spreading bacteria with your loofah, completely avoid using it in your genital area. Remember that the perineum is a place where E. coli and other dangerous bacteria sometimes grow, so don’t use a loofah on that part of your body, either.
  7. You should also avoid using it when you’re freshly shaved. Your skin is compromised for several days after shaving and bacteria can get past your skin barrier.

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Apart from the above mentioned uses there are many other uses and benefits of Peerkangai naaru / Ridge gourd / Loofah scrub which can be felt while using. 

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