Winters can be harsh on skin. OK, every weather is harsh on skin if you do not take good care 🙂 Dry-skinned girls feel parched all the time and generous application of moisturiser becomes mandatory. Oil skin girls can enjoy winter as their skin behaves well but still can get dry in some areas. Whatever your skin type, it is essential that you keep it hydrated as needed.
Besides using creams and lotions, you should also take help of some DIY face packs that will nourish your skin from within and will keep it soft & glowing-
Carrot and Honey Face pack for Winters
Bright and slim carrots are the food of choice in winters and you can turn them into skin-foods as well. Make some carrot juice and mix 2 tbsp. of it with 1 tbsp. of honey. Apply this on your face and neck and let it work for 15 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
This pack removes dullness and dryness from skin.
Coconut Milk face Pack for Winters
Take a fresh, tender coconut. Grate it and grind it with some water. You will get thick coconut milk. Slather this milk on your face and neck and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse off to get soft and hydrated skin.
Gram Flour and Yogurt Face Pack for Winter
The magic of besan and yogurt works in every season. Take 2 tbsp. gram flour and 4 tbsp. yogurt. Mix well to make a smooth paste. Spread the pack on your face and let it stay for 15 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water.
It will lighten and nourish skin.
Papaya and Milk Face Pack for Winter
Take some pieces of a ripe papaya. Mash them, add a little milk and apply on face. Leave the pulp on for 15 minutes and then wash off with cold water.
This pack gives instant glow to skin. It reduces blemishes and leaves skin supple.
Cocoa Butter and Olive Oil face Pack for Winter
Take one tbsp. of pure cocoa butter and add in one tbsp. olive oil and a pinch of ginger paste. Mix well and apply on face and neck. Wash off with cold water after 15 minutes.
This face pack is extremely hydrating but may not suit very oily and acne prone skin.
What is your favorite face pack during winters?
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