Portrait of a woman with musiro in Mozambique

"Some women in Mozambique usually wear a tinted white face mask made from musiro. It’s a product made from bark and roots which is ground and mixed with water that protects and softens the skins.”

Photo by KaoBanga

Via Flickr / kaobanga

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