Corn starch Name: Maize starch Synonyms: Mazeina, Maizena, Starch Genre: Clean Purity: Pure without GMO, unmodified corn starch Characterization of corn starch Corn starch is often confused with maize flour. These products are made from corn, but the flour is obtained by grinding the grains, while the starch is made from white corn stamens. It is a gluten-free product and has a lower calorie content than maize flour. Corn starch is a natural carbohydrate. In 100 g it contains 367 kcal. Cosmetic application Thanks to its natural origin and low price, starch is used in testing color blends that are added to cosmetic products. It is also a component of talcs, blushes, matting powders and bronzers, where it acts as a filler. Starch works in the production of cosmetics for the face, eyes, lips and nails. It is recommended for oily and combination skin because it has a drying effect on the skin. It makes the makeup looks aesthetically pleasing and protects the face from glistening, which is important in the case of excessive production of sebum. Home uses of corn starch. - removing greasy stains - just sprinkle the stain, moisten with warm water and leave for an hour, then clean, - fabric softening - dissolve 2 tablespoons of starch in cold water and then add to rinsing. Ideally softens cotton clothes, - skin irritation paste - starch is helpful in case of irritation, especially sunburn and allergic changes, because it perfectly soothes them. Just prepare the paste from starch and cold water and apply it to the skin, - minimizing the effects of skin damage - starch prevents moisture, protects against bacteria and inhibits itching, and at the same time reduces the risk of infection. It is enough to apply starch paste and cold water to the skin when biting insects, minor wounds or blisters, - dry shampoo - it is perfect for quick hair refreshment. To prepare it, mix 4 teaspoons of starch with 2 teaspoons of soda. Then rub in your hair, wait a few minutes and remove with a brush, - natural deodorant - starch eliminates moisture and unpleasant odor. To prepare a deodorant, you need 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 3 tablespoons of starch and 30 ml of pre-heated coconut or almond oil - mix everything together (you can add a few drops of fragrance oil) and store in a glass container, for example after a used ball antiperspirant, - sprinkling feet - starch counteracts moisture, reduces the risk of mycosis and reduces the unpleasant odor.Learn More
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