Are you a chocolate lover? When it comes to chocolate, overdoing it isn’t exactly the best thing for your teeth or your waistline.
Luckily there are other ways to get your chocolate fix without the guilt – chocolate face masks and chocolate facials! That’s right; chocolate can be very beneficial for your skin. Read below as we share what chocolate can do for your skin and a healthy (yes HEALTHY) chocolate recipe that you can enjoy!
Before we discuss the benefits of chocolate, let’s get one thing straight – we’re not suggesting you put a melted chocolate bar or chocolate ice cream on your face. These food products are mixed with other ingredients not recommended for use on the skin. The “good chocolate” we’re referring to is organic cocoa powder, the main component of all of your favorite chocolate foods.
Why do we love organic cocoa powder for your skin? Here are the reasons:
Especially if your skin gets dry during the fall and winter months, chocolate can be just what your skin needs to feel smooth and soft again!
For at-home, get your fix of chocolate in your skin care routine with our FUSION Chocofina Moisturizing Mask. This creamy mask combines Organic Cocoa and Coconut Oil to help to moisturize while Seaweed, Kaolin Clay, Aloe, Rosewater and Hyaluronic Acid help skin look and feel smooth, velvety soft and refreshed.
If you love spa time, find a spa that has a professional facial treatment that contains Organic Cocoa, like our Chocofina FUSION Facial. This facial treatment, made with the very best ingredients derived from earth and sea, utilizes organic cocoa powder along with our Laminaria seaweed complex that helps to moisturize the skin for extra soothing, delivering the benefits of both of these super-star skin care ingredients to your skin.
And for your insides?
When you’ve had one too many chocolate candy bars, but are still craving more, check out this healthy chocolate recipe that just might do the trick ;)
*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.