When ever I had a plan of buying some skin care products i am denied to do so by my mom. She always told me that its the kitchen that has the solution for all the skin problems. I trusted her, and i am glad i still do. We often are fascinated by all the chemical based products that many people on the internet use. Not going to deny that they all are helpful enough to make your skin better, but the magic that these natural ingredients exhibit is pleasing enough for us to stick to them.
These are some ingredients that gives your skin the care it needs.
Honey is very beneficial for all types of skin. It moisturizes dry skin and balances oily skin. Honey can be used alone with no additives or it can be added with other ingredients like curd, turmeric, rose water, coffee etc. It has a lot of other important benefits like it cleans pores, exfoliates skin, treats acne, and fades scars. It is a must in your skin care routine.
Rose water has been used as a beauty product for thousands of years. It can improve your complexion and reduce skin redness. The antibacterial properties may help reduce acne. The anti-inflammatory properties can reduce skin redness and puffiness. One way of use would be to mix 2 teaspoons of rose water with half a teaspoon of lime juice. Using it every alternate day will help you to cleanse and freshen your skin naturally.
Papaya consists of an enzyme called papain which promotes healing of the skin and will also enhance the secretion of collagen when used topically for the skin. Papaya is a natural remedy to heal scars, burns and skin diseases for ages. Just rub a small piece of papaya on your face as let the ski absorb it all and late rinse it off for a radiant skin.
Egg whites contain vitamins and minerals that can benefit the skin’s overall appearance. For aging skin, egg whites can help tighten and firm. If you have large pores or acne-prone skin, egg whites help close pores and get rid of build up. Blending egg whites with yogurt will give the perfect combo that helps you get rid of clogged skin pores.
Yogurt also contains calcium, which supports skin cell generation, promoting healing of dry skin. The zinc in yogurt provides anti-inflammatory effects and protects the skin from sun damage. The lactic acid in yogurt also helps remove dry and dead skin cells, giving your skin a smooth appearance.