To achieve a glowing skin with even shades all round, you can try some home-made remedies at your convenience.
A beautiful skin may be expensive to maintain, but if you striving towards that natural glow, then its best to opt for natural remedies for that don’t take a massive chunk off your budget. most of the ingredients are easy to get and also extremely affordable. They are more efficient as opposed to chemically mixed products. Here are some remedies you can try at home for that beautiful, glowing skin.
1. Plain Yoghurt& Honey: Yoghurt is a very trusted remedy when it comes to achieving a glowing skin. It is affordable and also easy to purchase. It is also easy to make, as all you need do its to mix the honey with the yoghurt and then apply to your face. You can leave it the mixture on your face for about 10-15 minutes before washing off with warm water. You will immediately notice how soft and supple your skin would turn out.
2. Baking Soda, Honey & Water: Baking soda is a very good exfoliant. It helps to get rid of dead skin cells. Combine the mixture of baking soda, honey and water in a bowl, till it is blended in a paste. Apply this mixture to your face and leave for about 20 minutes. Ensure to rinse off with warm water. This can be repeated twice a week.
3. Brown sugar, Milk & Olive oil: Brown sugar and milk is a perfect combination for your facial mask. Mix all the ingredients together and then apply to your face in a circular motion. You can leave on your face for about 10 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water.
4.Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is one of nature’s gift for a healthy skin. It contains properties that help tackle skin problem, while also enhancing the right flow of blood to the skin duct glands. You can apply it right before you go to bed and also first thing in the morning to maintain that glow.
5. Sesame Oil: Sesame oil is also good natural beauty keeper. You can apply it to face as part of your beauty routine. It works like magic and can also be doubled as a hair growth remedy.Photo Credit: Getty