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11 Home Remedies Made with Avocado To Heal Your Body, Skin, and Hair

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Avocado is a food without rival among the fruits, the veritable fruit of paradise, said David Fairchild. And it’s true!

An essential source of vitamins A, B1, C, D, and E, as well as fiber and minerals like iron and potassium, avocado it’s consumed massively since its contribution to nutrients is very beneficial for the inner health, but not only.

Avocado is not just for Guacamole or Pesto or who knows; people eat it in a million ways. It can be applied from head to toes, literally. Hair, face, skin, feet, each part of your body would be happy to get an avocado dose from time to time.

Why avocado?

Besides being loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, avocados contain a high amount of fiber, essential fatty acids, and omega-3s.

Very rich in vitamin E, it helps maintain good oral health, revitalizes the skin, and due to its antioxidant properties, makes the skin softer and firmer while also repairs dry hair, and cracked feet.

Effective home remedies with avocado

To elaborate the following home remedies, we will use all the parts of the avocado plant, from its fruit, peel, leaves, seeds, and flesh of the avocado.

Avocado to fight cough

Unknown to many people, the leaves and bark of the avocado tree can be used to ease coughs and sore throat.

Wash five avocado leaves, put them in a container with water, and let them boil for 3 minutes. Leave it to rest, and take it still warm in sips four times a day.

The reddish tea that results has a delicate, sweet, and soothing taste that’s relaxing as much as it is physically healing.

Home remedy with avocado to relieve headaches

Have four washed avocado leaves and place them in a pot of boiling water. Cover it and make warm compresses with this infusion, which will be placed on the head, forehead, and temples.

This is possible because the avocado leaf contains phytochemical substances with a strong antioxidant effect.

Avocado to reduce pregnancy stretch marks

Mix the pulp of half an avocado, a spoonful of honey and a spoonful of lemon juice. Apply this mixture on stretch marks, in the form of a circular massage every day, then rinse with water.

It will help a lot due to the oily texture of avocado.

Avocado to detoxify the body

Thanks to its significant amount of fiber, avocado helps keep the stomach and intestine in shape, preventing them from accumulating toxins. 

Extract the pulp by making cuts with a knife vertically and horizontally and help yourself at the end with a spoon. Eat it raw and boost your health!

Homemade avocado leaf remedy for bruises

Poultices are made from the seeds or leaves of some plants. For this, you have to mix the same amount of the plants (remember to split the avocado leaves) as cold water.

This way, you will obtain a uniform and consistent paste, which you have to apply to the bruised area.

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Heat the mixture over low heat and stir continuously. Apply the paste with a thickness of 1 cm on a veil that you need to put on the surface to be treated until it loses heat.

Avocado remedy to make dry hair conditioner

For this recipe, you will just need mayonnaise and one ripe avocado.

In a container, mix one cup of mayonnaise with half a ripe avocado until a homogeneous mixture is formed.

Once a week, apply the paste all over the hair and wrap it with a hot towel, leaving it to rest for twenty minutes. Afterward, wash your hair as usual.

Use avocado to make a natural hair shampoo

What you need:

  • 1-2 Avocados
  • Neutral liquid soap (1 cup)
  • One teaspoon of lemon juice
  • Two teaspoons of olive oil
  • Water (1 cup)

How to DIY

Blend the avocados, add a teaspoon of lemon juice and two teaspoons of olive oil.

Introduce the resulting mixture in a container where you add the water and the neutral soap, taking care that all the ingredients are mixed in a homogeneous way.

You can use this avocado shampoo as usual, keeping what is left in the fridge.

Home remedy made with avocado pits against dandruff

You need:

  • The fresh pit of an avocado
  • Natural yogurt (one cup)
  • Olive oil (2 tablespoons)
  • Egg yolk
  • Lemon (a few drops)
  • Water

How to DIY

Once you gathered all the ingredients let’s see how you mix them together to obtain a great remedy for dandruff.

First you have to scratch the avocado seed and grind it.

Put it in a container with a cup of yogurt and two spoonfuls of virgin olive oil and water, then add the egg yolk and a few drops of lemon.

Blend all the ingredients to obtain a homogeneous blend. Finally, apply the mixture thoroughly on the hair, paying attention to the scalp. Rinse normally.

Home remedy with avocado as a moisturizer

You need to extract the pulp from the avocado and mash it into a puree. Add a few drops of cold-pressed coconut oil to the mixture.

Apply it on the complexion, leave it to act for 30 minutes so that the avocado nourishes the skin.

Avocado remedy for dry skin:

You need one avocado and two spoonfuls of honey.

Put the avocado pulp in a container and add the honey. Mix well the ingredients to form a homogeneous paste.

Spread the mask on the clean face, and let it act for 10 minutes. Then, rinse with cold water. You can do it once a week.

Home remedy made with avocado for cellulite

For this receipt gather 3 tablespoons of sweet almond oil and one avocado.

Once you have all the ingredients, extract the pulp from the avocado and mash it well to turn it into a puree. Now, you just have to add the almond oil — very simple, isn’t it?

Apply this paste on the thighs and buttocks, leaving it to work for 15 minutes. Then, rinse with plenty of cold water to activate the circulation. You can repeat this on a daily basis.

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The information from this article is not entirely medical-grade level and should not be treated as a substitute for medical advice from your doctor. No one will know you, your medical history, the meds you’ve taken or are taking, your sensitivities and drug interactions, allergic reactions, and your lifestyle, but your doctor does.

Amanda Blake
Amanda Blake
Amanda Blake is a passionate woman sharing experience as a beauty advisor and content writer for over 5 years. Merging all the passion with much work, she established Women's Concept community, a place where women can seek and share everything about beauty and personal care.
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