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    Papaya contains the enzyme papain that is very helpful for skin. It is helpful in removing the dead skin cells.

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    **Lucy Jodkowski** Female

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    Feb 2012
    East Midlands UK


    A papaya face mask sounds a treat, but I do not want to lighten my skin. Should I just use something else? xx

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    papaya is good for u skin if u eat it.
    honey is good for ur skin if u put it on ur face as a mask.

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    I love papaya , it's really really good for skin, when you eat it usally or mask it on your face 2 times/week. Your skin will brighter, that's my experience

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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Papaya is best for face whitening you can use it as a mask and you can make it easily at home. Blend or mash up the soft ripe papaya and add lemon juice and honey and mix it well. First, clean your face and apply this mask on the face for fifteen minutes. After 15 minutes wash it by using warm water to loosen the face mask. Then do a final rinse off with cold water.

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