Since you can find most of the ingredients in your kitchen, you can make do-it-yourself face masks for healthy skin. We recommend you watch some tutorials online and keep the following tips in mind!
Chilled tea bags for puffy eyes
Sipping green tea every day and throwing away the used tea bags? You might want to save it next time. Aside from flushing toxins out of your body, chilled black or green tea bags will do wonders for your skin. Using this natural face beauty tip can instantly reduce puffiness around the eyes, making them look brighter and more alert. Place the bags on your eyelids and relax for 5 to 15 minutes while the tea bags take effect.
Grams of flour for browning
Gram flour or besan is used as a natural, mild exfoliant to get rid of dead skin cells, tan, and sunburn. If you want clear, soft and naturally glowing skin, here is the natural beauty tip you need to know. Take equal amounts of grams of flour and cottage cheese in a bowl and mix well to form a paste. Apply this paste evenly on the face and neck, let it dry for half an hour before rinsing it off with water. It gently removes dead skin cells and deep-seated dirt and brightens your skin tone and makes it even.
Tomatoes to control excess oil
Excess oil on the face doesn’t just affect those with oily skin, in a country like India where the weather is humid in most parts, excessive oiling is quite common. Enriched with lycopene, tomatoes contain antioxidants along with great cooling and astringent properties. It helps balance the skin’s natural oils and get rid of excess oil that you may be struggling with. This natural beauty tip is also used to reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines. Scoop the pulp of a tomato and apply it evenly to your face. Let it dry for 15 minutes and wash off with warm water for naturally glowing skin.
Cucumber and lemon against blemishes
We all struggle with blackheads and blemishes that leave your skin looking dull and tired. To get rid of blemishes and blackheads naturally and get a lighter, more even skin tone, use a mixture of cucumber and lemon juice. Take equal amounts of cucumber and lemon juice and apply them to your face before taking a bath. Let it sit for 10 minutes before washing it off. Regular use of this natural beauty tip for the face brightens your skin tone and brightens blemishes. Best of all, it’s suitable for all skin types!
Apple for open pores
Enlarged pores make your skin look more mature, oily, and attract a lot of dirt that causes skin problems. A simple and effective tip for the natural beauty of the face is to put thin apple slices on the face and leave for 15 minutes. Alternatively, you can make a paste of apple peel, vinegar, honey and some multani mitti and some rose water. Let it dry on the skin for 30 minutes and then wash off. Apple soaks up excess oil from your face and closes pores, tightening your skin and making it look healthy and glowing.
Papaya to get rid of dead skin
Enriched with a natural enzyme called papain, papaya naturally exfoliates the skin, making it smooth and soft. Unripe papaya has a higher papa content. So when you get one of these, you can use it to do a gentle exfoliation and remove dead skin cells and other impurities. People with sensitive skin types can also use papaya as it is less likely to trigger a reaction. Scoop out ¼ cup of papaya meat and mix with 1 tablespoon of fresh pineapple to form a smooth mixture. Apply evenly and leave on for 5 to 15 minutes before rinsing off.
Green tea as a toner
If you follow a CTM (Cleansing-Toning-Moisturizing) routine every day, you will know the importance of a toner. Both white and green teas have lightening, anti-inflammatory, and moisturizing properties when applied topically. With so many advantages in one product, how can it not be a natural beauty tip for the face? Here is what you need to do. Let the tea soak in water for about 5 minutes and let it cool or come to room temperature. Transfer to a spray bottle and squirt if necessary or put something on a cotton pad and pat the face after thoroughly cleansing the face.