Nutritionist with Beyond Body Releases her Favorite DIY All-Natural Beauty Masks that Protect the Skin during Summer

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Nutritionist with Beyond Body Releases her Favorite DIY All-Natural Beauty Masks that Protect the Skin during Summer

July 13
14:46 2021

Christine Zalnieraite – nutritionist with the wellness book, Beyond Body – is sharing her favorite all-natural Do-It-Yourself beauty masks that can protect the skin during these hot summer months

Many women may not realize the summer heat steals moisture and nutrients from the body, which leads to dry skin. Over the course of the summer months, this damage can lead to lost elasticity and premature aging.

Zalnieraite says her favorite summer beauty masks include popular breakfast ingredients – like oats, coffee, yogurt and avocado – that most women don’t include with their skincare.

Avocado contains vitamin E and C which protects the skin from sun damage and helps the skin’s vitality,” says Zalnieraite. “It also contains biotin, a B vitamin that helps with the skin’s dryness. Coffee is a natural exfoliant for the skin and when it’s applied directly to the skin, you can see a rapid change in the skin.”

Zalnieraite has published her favorite DIY beauty masks with Beyond Body that women can make at home. (Click here to see the full list of instructions). 

How Nutrients can Revitalize the Skin

The Moisturizing Avocado Mask

This avocado mask moisturizes and hydrates the skin. It plumps dry areas and tightens pores. 


  • ⅓ ripe avocado – peeled and pitted

  • 1 teaspoon of yogurt

  • 1 teaspoon of honey


  • Mash the avocado until smooth

  • Combine the remaining ingredients for a cream-like consistency

  • Apply evenly across the face and let sit for 15 minutes

  • Rinse off with warm water

The “Wake Your Body” Scrub

This coffee scrub revitalizes and exfoliates the skin. It also increases circulation and reduces the appearance of cellulite.  


  • Ground coffee

  • ½ cup of raw sugar or sea salt

  • 3 tablespoons of coconut or olive oil 


  • Combine ground coffee with raw sugar or sea salt into a bowl

  • Add olive oil or coconut oil until it reaches a paste consistency

  • Rub in face and body 

  • Rinse off with warm water

Beyond Body is the first hardcover book to integrate health analytics into the content, providing a personalized nutrition and health plan based on each reader’s profile. 

More than 2 million people have shared their personal analytics with Beyond Body, giving their nutritionists additional insight into the reader’s health needs and goals. By understanding the individual’s personalized health, Zalnieraite says they can help people achieve their health goals.

Beyond Body captures readers’ health analytics from a voluntary online assessment test.

Readers answer 28 personal questions on their eating habits, work and sleep hours, alcohol consumption, personal stress levels, and health and skin conditions. The questions were created by nutritionists and physical trainers to help them create a personalized plan for each reader based on their individual habits, health and goals. 

Readers can take the online test by visiting their site.

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