Africa is home to many exotic cultures, animals, and plants. Bare breasted women and elongated sausage fruits are just two truly unique African sights to behold. Sausage fruits tend to hang around the same areas that bare breasted women do as well. One has to wonder if there is a historical connection between the two, kind of like the egg and hen scenario. The women grind the paste of the sausage fruit and apply it on their bosom. The sausage fruit kind of acts like fertilizer increasing the size of blooming plants. In fact, one day I was discussing the issue with a friend of mine in Zimbabwe and she told me the sausage fruit worked so well that she had to stop using it. So what if women in the West had readily available access to sausage fruits hanging from vines as sausage fruit do? Would there had been a need to create botox?
Sausage Fruit Firming Face Mask can be used 2-3 times a week to create a light mask for the face. It can be added to ones favorite clay mask and misted with Boswellia Beauty Water to keep moist and active longer. An herbal tea can also be made with the powder to mist on the face throughout the day. Sausage Fruit Firming Mask is often applied to irritated skin for soothing relief. We can not mention all of the plants properties due to restrictions imposed by FDA.
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treat your hair and skin well. However, keep in mind that results may vary!