natural cosmetics

The spices can be used as a natural toner, lotion and skin moisturizer. To look good, it is not necessary to spend a lot of effort and money. You can use improvised means.

Turmeric: A mixture of cottage cheese and turmeric can be used for sunburn. Use every day. You can also use a mixture of malai, bisan, cottage cheese, turmeric and uncooked rice to prevent aging and wrinkles. You can also add it and apply on the burned area of ​​the skin.

Neem: Boil neem leaves in water, drain and use in your bath. Neem leaves help with blackheads.

Mint: Crushed mint is very beneficial for sunburn. Boil mint leaves, rose petals and water. When the mixture has cooled, add a few drops of lemon juice, store the mixture in the freezer. Use after bath daily. If you add mint leaves to coconut or almond oil and rub it into your hair, your hair will be silky.

Coriander: If your lips have darkened from overuse of lipstick, smear your lips with a mixture of coriander juice and malai before bed.

Honey: ½ teaspoon honey, 2 tsp. rose water and malai is a wonderful blend for naturally moisturizing the skin. For soft skin, use a mixture of honey, cottage cheese, lemon juice, and oatmeal.

Shambhala: Shambhala, amla, shikakai and cottage cheese are a great mixture for hair loss. Massage into scalp before shampooing.

Garlic: If you have acne, mince the garlic and place it on the affected area for 15 minutes. If you have warts, place a clove of garlic on the wart and keep it on for 1 hour.

Sesame: Soak a handful of sesame seeds in half a cup of water for 2 hours, chop and transfer to a bottle. Wash your face with this mixture, the spots will disappear.

Potato: Chop a potato, mix with olive oil, apply the mixture on your face. When it is half dry, remove it with wet hands. Use every day for radiant skin and get rid of blackheads.


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