Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredient. It helps in brightening the skin, rejuvenating dull skin and improving overall complexion. One could use a simple mask made with turmeric, honey and milk or indulge in masks made with natural extracts of turmeric, which will give you benefits of glowing skin at home.
We all know the importance of Vitamin C in our diets to keep cold and flu at bay, but Vitamin C in skincare routine is also equally important. Lemon juice readily available at homes is the easiest and cheapest way to induce Vitamin C into our skin. Applying lemon juice (diluted) on your face with a cotton ball not only acts as a toner but gives you all the benefits of a Vitamin c serum. As lemon is acidic, it can irritate sensitive skin. It’s best to do a patch test before applying the juice.
This spice can make your hair shiny and thick. You can make a mask by soaking these seeds overnight. Grind the seeds and make a mixture with coconut oil and apply it for 1-2 hours. Regular use of this pack can help to improve hair and scalp health.
Rice has been used as a beauty treatment by Japanese women for thousands of years. Inositol found in this water can repair damaged hair. It can be used as a hair rinse, which will help to strengthen hair. So, if you have hair breakage, weak and thin hair, this magic potion can be your ultimate hair saviour.
With inputs from Kamakshi Kumar, Co-founder, Mystic valley