Harsh winters calls for pampering at home

Hey, winter is here!!! and walking around the warm sun and fallen leaves remind of romantic Bollywood films. Christmas is around and this winter surely is calling for some pampering. Winters are known to be harsh and we certainly don’t want it to affect our skin.

Here are some quick home remedy tips to fight the harsh winters:-

1. Malai magic with honey

Milk cream or malai is one of the best natural moisturizer creams that you can apply on your skin to make it supple and soft. Trust honey will clear your skin from bacteria that are responsible for the growth of pimples and acne on your face.

Take a tablespoon each of milk cream and honey in a bowl and mix them well. Apply the mixture on your face and skin and leave it for about 15 minutes. Rinse it off with lukewarm water. Pat dry your skin, your skin will feel moisturized like never before. It’s also one of the best Skin lighting face pack

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Banana and milk

If you have dry and patchy skin, it is time you hydrate it with a combination of milk and banana, but if your skin is excessively oily, you can replace milk with rosewater. Banana helps in exfoliation which helps slough off excess oil on the skin surface. It contains vitamins E and C, which all promote clear glowing skin. It helps get rid of dullness and reduces spots and blemishes

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Papaya and raw milk

Raw milk has natural properties that help in lightening excess pigmentation on the skin. You can prepare a papaya and milk fairness face pack at home by mixing ripe papaya with raw cow milk. Mash the Papaya with a fork and make into a smooth paste and then add 3 spoons of milk to it. Papaya also gives a mild bleaching effect to the face.

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Whats the wait for? Go get these natural face-packs, made from the ingredients in your kitchen, for soft and supple skin even in winters!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anuradha Mahesh

A Media Professional blogging about my personal experiences through travel, daily life, parenting and my childhood experiences.

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