A part from the health and digestive effects that we get from kiwis, its lutein (a kind of antioxidants) brings us a smooth skin and soft shiny hair.

The followings are some simple mask recipes that have popular ingredients

Kiwi mask for all skin types

Take 1 peeled kiwi, 2 spoons of natural yogurt, 1 spoon of orange juice, 1 spoon of almond oil, and 1 small cup of mashed carrot.

Blend those ingredients together till it become a solid. Apply it on your face and wait till it dry. Wash your face with cold water.

Nutritious facial mask

Take 1 ripe banana, mash it and do the same thing to a kiwi, then blend them together. Add 2 spoons of natural yogurt, and you will have a simple but nutritious facial mask. Apply it on your skin for 20 minutes, then clean it with warm water.

Kiwi mask for dry, fatigue and lac-of-nutrient skin

Prepare 1 spoon of kiwi juice, 1 spoon of olive oil and 1 egg yolk. Blend those ingredients together, then apply it on your face for 15 minutes. Use a sponge to clean the skin. This mask will soften the skin, increase skin’s moisture and vitality.

Mask for oily skin

Take a half of a kiwi, 3 teaspoons of yogurt, 1 spoon of skim milk, 1 spoon of honey, 1 spoon of oats and 1 sachet of lavender oil (if any). Put all the ingredients in to liquidizer and blend it well. Apply the mixture on your skin with a piece of absorbent cotton. Gently massage the face, then clean with cold water.

Kiwi mask helps rejuvenating the skin.

Kiwi mask helps rejuvenating the skin.

Rejuvenating mask

Prepare 5 to 6 strawberries, 1 kiwi, a half of a peeled cucumber. Use the liquidizer to blend them well together. If you want the mixture to be more solid, you should add a spoon of oatmeal; it’ll help the mixture stick to the skin better. Apply it on your face, wait 20 minutes, then wash the face with warm water. With it, your skin will be clean and fresh.

How to choose kiwis

Kiwis that have the inside green are only delicious when they’re ripe. To recognize a ripe green kiwi, you should hold it in your hand and slightly crush it; if it’s soft, it’s ripe and can be eaten immediately; otherwise, you need to wait for the fruits to be ripen itself at room temperature for 3-5 days, or you can cover them with paper or nylon for a faster ripening process.

Golden kiwis can be eaten right after being bought from supermarket, market or fruit stores. A ripe kiwi can be stored for 5-7 days; it’d better to be eaten cold.

Kiwi recipes

Kiwi, banana and milk smoothie


·         2 kiwis

·         2 bananas

·         100ml milk

·         3 spoons of sweetened condensed milk

·         1 spoon of honey

Kiwi smoothie is delicious and healthy.

Kiwi smoothie is delicious and healthy.


·         Peel the kiwis and chop it into medium pieces

·         Do the same thing to the bananas

·         Put the bananas, kiwis, milk, honey and sweetened condensed milk into a liquidizer and blend it well.

·         Pour the mixture in a glass, add some ice (if you want) and enjoy the drink.

Kiwi, tomato and corn salad


·         3 kiwis

·         100g cheese

·         100g of canned corn

·         1 lemon

·         100g of cherry tomatos

·         Olive oil, salt

Kiwi salad is easy to do and tasty.

Kiwi salad is easy to do and tasty.


·         Cut peeled kiwis in half then slice them into semicircle pieces.

·         Clean the cherry tomatoes, cut them in half too

·         Dice the cheese

·         Blend kiwis, cheese, cherry tomatoes, corn and lemon juice together with 2 spoons of olive oil and a bit salt

Grill kiwi chicken


·         3 kiwis

·         1 orange

·         2 tomatoes

·         3 full-skin chicken breasts

·         Coriander, scallion, a green chili.

·         Vinegar, pepper, spice, olive oil

Grill kiwi chicken

Grill kiwi chicken


·         Dice peeled kiwis

·         Peel the orange and dice it

·         Clean the tomatoes and dice it

·         Chop the coriander and scallion. Get rid of the seeds of the green chili and dice it

·         Blend those ingredients above together with vinegar, salt and pepper for the sauce

·         Clean the chicken breasts, and let them drain then combine them with spices, pepper and olive oil and wait about 20 minutes.

·         After that, grill the chicken breasts until cooked then put it in a plate and sprinkle the kiwi sauce.


Kiwi can cause allergic symptoms to some pregnant women, such as nausea, vomiting, etc…

When buying kiwi, you should choose the one that has the round and full-faced shape. Ripe kiwis will be soft and sweet-smelling. Avoid those that are bruised, overripe and wet. Pregnant women had better eat 1 to 2 kiwis a day.

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