Natural Skin Care Tips

Skin Care

  • Balanced Diets make you gorgeous. Diets rich in fruits, nuts, veggies, whole grains and fish, lead to smoother and younger looking skin, fewer wrinkles.
  • Take a Walnut, powder it well, put a little almond oil for moisturizing, add one spoon of milk and a little rose water. Make a Paste of this. Spread the paste all over your Tanned Skin. Wash off after it is dry. Daily application will lighten your skin by 3 tones without any recourse to costly creams.
  • A paste of dried orange peals powdered and added to two table spoons of curds is helpful in removing blemishes and scars.
  • Cold Tea is a sparkling tonic for all types of skin. Pack the skin with cotton wool dipped in cold tea and leave it to dry, wash of after a while.
  • Pure Mint juice is excellent for spots and blemishes on your face.
  • Cucumber juice, Beet juice and Carrot mixed together is the best astringent for the face. Daily application prevent Pimples and Black Heads.
  • Soak 5 to 6 freshly crushed cardamoms along with a couple of cinnamon sticks in a bottle oil, use this as massage or bath oil and you will not only have glowing skin but soft and fragnant also. This helps combat Dry Skin in winter.
  • To Soften stubbornly Rough Skin mix thick carrot juice with melted honey and apply.
  • To Lighten Complexion mix a spoon of cucumber, lime and carrot juices. Apply to face and wash after 15 minutes.
  • A Great Skin Enhancer is saffron. Blend a few strands of saffron with any face pack. This is excellent for improving the complexion.
  • To Clear Blemishes apply a little garlic juice on the spot. Keep for a few minutes and rinse well with water.
  • To treat Tanned Skin, make a paste of a spoon of cucumber, a spoon of lemon juice and a pinch of turmeric powder. Apply on affected area and wash after 10 minutes.
  • Bleach your Face with a mix of curd, oats and powdered almonds for a Natural Healthy Look.
  • For an Instant Facelift. Mash 1/2 a ripe banana and add a spoon of milk to it and apply on your face.
  • Left over salad can be utilized to make an anti pimple, anti wrinkle face pack. Boil pieces of cabbage, carrot, cucumber and raw papaya in a little water. Add more cucumber, if you have oily skin. Add a slice of apple to the boiled vegetables and grind to a paste. Apply this paste on your face and rinse after 20 minutes.
  • An Excellent Natural Anti-Aging cream is a combination of milk cream and a pinch of turmeric.
  • Papaya Juice is excellent for treating warts, corns or black heads.
  • Grind coriander leaves into a fine paste and apply over face to get rid of acne and black heads.
  • Natural exfoliator and after mask – Mix sea salt and coconut oil to form a paste and rub the paste over face. Rinse with warm water. Apply yogurt to areas of skin that have been exfoliated. This is suitable for all skin types.
  • Instant shine Mask – Mix equal quantities of lemon juice and milk. Add One Egg yoke to this. Apply for 20 minutes on face and rinse.
  • Apply sun screen all sun exposed areas and re apply every 3 hours for adequate sun protection.
  • Mask for Acne – Make a paste of wheat bran, turmeric and milk. Apply on face every day for 15 minutes. Rinse with cold water.
  • A pack made of 4-5 strawberries, a spoon of curd and one spoon of honey has a bleaching effect on the skin.
  • Grapes brighten the complexion and exfoliate dead cells.
  • Orange juice clears dark pigmentationand scars. The juice or pulp applied on thin skin opens clogged pores and allows the skin to breath.
  • Wheat grass promotes skin cell regeneration, keeping your skin smooth, soft and radiant. It also has anti-aging.
  • In case of skin pigmentation apply coconut oil mixed with freshly ground almond paste.
  • Protect your skin from the sun with a block that screens both UVB and UVA light. Make sure your sunscreen contains both titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. There is no perfect sunblock, but wearing any lotion with a SPF of 15 to 30 is still effective.
  • Drinking plenty of water, adequate sleep, balanced diet, regular Exercise, and avoiding stress go a long way in maintaining beautiful skin.
  • Treat seasonally dry sensitive skin with extra moisturization.
  • Hot water can dehydrate the skin. Wash with lukewarm water instead of hot water.
  • Limit showers and baths to five to ten minutes to avoid dehydration.
  • Use your hands instead of a rough sponge or washcloth and pat your skin dry as rubbing too vigorously can irritate already-irritated dry skin.
  • Apply moisturizer to your skin while it is still damp.
  • Do not use harsh astringents that may irritate your skin.
  • Do not use products with heavy fragrance as it may irritate your skin.

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