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Yoghurt

Once called the food of the gods in India, yogurt has been linked to much folklore. It has been regarded as a cure for insomnia, a wrinkle remover, a medicine, and even a fountain of youth.  Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it instantly refreshes the skin, providing ideal comfort. More importantly, it regulates skin life processes and stimulates regeneration of the epidermis, providing in deeper layers of the skin natural bio-elements, which take part in the synthesis of collagen. They work to regenerate the skin and effectively moisturise it.