Facemasks works like magic. It gives you a subtle, glowing
and smooth skin. They can work wonders when you get stuck in work and have a
wedding to attend the next day. Other than that, it rejuvenates your skin with
moisture and nutrients essential for your skin. During winters, our skin deals
with the harsh weather and it rips off the moisture from our face. It dulls our
skin and makes it look worn out and textured. Here are some of the diys you can
try out at home.

The classic gram flour, turmeric and honey

This DIY face mask was passed onto us from
generation to generations. Take a teaspoon amount of gram flour, half a tea
spoon of haldi (wild turmeric) and honey. Mix it well and leave it for 20
minutes and wash it off. It will give you a shine to your face and add
moisture. You have your glowing skin in few minutes.

Curd and honey

Curd and honey adds moisture to your skin.
If you are someone who have an extremely dry skin, this one is for you. Honey
and have anti bacterial properties that can prevent skin diseases.

Rice water mask

We often think that the more is better. But
when it comes to skincare, the less is always better. Just because certain
things are natural, it does not mean it is good for our skin. But, plain rice
water is helpful to cure dryness and patches of your skin. Soak your rice in a
bowl for about an hour and keep it in the refrigerator. Then apply it on your
skin and keep it for about few minutes

Aloe Vera gel, rose water and milk

Aloe Vera has soothing effects that can
cure skin burns, rashes and pimples. When mixed with rose water and milk it
gives you a moisturized soft skin.



The facemasks may or may not work for everybody. Some people are allergic
to natural ingredients and can causes burn. So make sure you decide according
to your  skin type and preferences. If it
causes breakouts avoid using those products. And never ever use LEMON on your
face. It alters your skin pH.

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