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Top 5 Homemade Face Masks From Skincare Experts!

Hello, skincare fanatics!

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With the advent of new age masks like sheet mask and overnight treatment masks, we totally ignore the age old masks that are the secret of our grandmom’s flawless skin. I totally believe that homemade products work best for our skin as we know what we are putting on our biggest sense organ minus any chemicals or preservative. Scroll down to know what are the best face packs for your own skin issue 🙂

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Soothe Sunburn:

cucumber slices

Mix Aloe Vera gel, freshly grated cucumber and unflavoured yoghurt in equal amounts and prepare for a dash of coolness after returning home after a tiring day under the sun. This soothes sunburns and also prevents tanning.

Anti-wrinkle Mask:

wine

A lethal combo of wine and milk (boiled and cooled) can make you look 10 years younger. Believe me when I say this and mix wine and milk and apply using a cotton pad. Leave it for 15-20 minutes and then wash off. Repeat this process regularly and see the difference.

Antioxidant Dose:

pomegranate

If you want a dose of antioxidant face pack on your skin, you needn’t visit a salon and waste your hard earned money. All you need is 4 ingredients – pomegranate powder, oatmeal powder, honey and buttermilk. All you need to do is mix them all and apply on your skin. Leave for 15-20 minutes and then wash off. Exfoliate if you like to! You will see a visible reduction in your dark spots and your skin will look so fresh and active.

Bye Blemish Pack:

papaya

Blemishes are in these days but not the natural ones though! To get rid of the blemishes, here’s a simple face pack. Smash a piece of Papaya and add 1 teaspoon of organic honey in it. Apply it after cleansing your face thoroughly and scrubbing it very well. Honey helps to tighten skin and moisturize it while papaya helps to get rid of blemishes. Papaya can also be used as a natural bleaching agent for private parts. Read this article to learn
how you can lighten your skin naturally.

Exfoliate The Dead Cells:

Mix Aloe Vera gel (raw preferred) and Almond powder (fresh) in equal amounts and then apply on your face and neck. Rub it gently and then wash off with water. Aloe Vera is a natural hydrant and moisturiser while almond powder helps to remove dead cells and give a natural glow to your face. Do it twice or thrice a week.

That’s it, folks!

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