1. Add shine to your hair
Your hair can be looking all types of lackluster — even right after a deep condition — with all that dry winter air outside and dry heat in most restaurants and offices. To add some shine to those parched locks, mix about two tablespoons of cayenne pepper with two cups of extra virgin olive oil. Let the mixture steep for about two weeks for maximum hair benefits, then use it as a ten minute hair mask prior to shampoo and conditioning.
2. Plump Up Your Lips
There are some fab DIY lip plumping recipes on the internet, but a lot of them require a lot of leg work and time in your kitchen. For a great natural plumper that you can use quickly in between your face washing and makeup applying, cayenne pepper is going to be your jam. Use a teaspoon of cinnamon, a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, and cut it with all natural beeswax to form a thin paste. Apply this mixture directly on your lips and leave on for about five minutes. This time, that slight tingling sensation will work in your favor and plump your lips right up!
3. Beautiful Skin
Besides Capsaicin, cayenne pepper is also rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Antioxidants and Vitamin B6. All these are very good to improve the health of your skin and promote collagen production that increases the elasticity of skin. The anti-fungal and anti-allergen properties of cayenne pepper also make it a great cleanser.
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4. Fights Inflammation
Inflammatory skin diseases are the most common problem in dermatology. They come in many forms, from occasional rashes accompanied by skin itching and redness, to chronic conditions such as dermatitis (eczema), rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis. We mentioned before that the properties of cayenne pepper make it very good as an anti-fungal, anti-bacterial as well as an anti-inflammatory ingredient. It helps to make your skin healthy and supple.