INCI (Carica papaya). In the tropics, papaya leaf is sometimes used in place of soap. Papaya leaf contains beta-carotene, vitamin C, calcium, niacin, papain, and tannins. In cosmetics, papaya leaf helps to nourish the skin.
Country of Origin: India
Uses in Cosmetics, Soap, Ect.:
1. Papaya leaf powder can be added to bath tea recipes.
2. Papaya leaf powder can be infused in oil and added to lip balm recipes.
3. Papaya leaf powder can be added to facial masks to moisturize the skin.
4. Papaya leaf powder can be infused and added to lotion, cream, ointment recipes.
5. Papaya leaf powder can be added to soap
6. Papaya leaf powder can be infused and added to hair conditioner to promote healthier hair, and to moisturize the hair.
7. Papaya leaf powder can be added to bath bomb recipes.
8. Papaya leaf powder can be infused in massage oils.
9. Papaya leaf powder can be used in facial toner recipes.
10. Papaya leaf powder can be used in scrubs.
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