Here are some non-expensive home remedies to help you take care of your skin during the summer months.
Read on to know how you can care for your skin in summer season using home remedies!
Due to climate change and several other factors, the summers are getting hotter and harsher by every passing year. This harsh climate compels us to stay indoors as getting out of the house takes a toll on our skin. Here are some non-expensive home remedies to help you take care of your skin during the summer months.
Regularly wash your face with cold water to prevent the accumulation of dust and sweat on your face. You can also clean your face with cold milk using a cotton ball.
Do not forget to use a good sunscreen every day on your face, neck, and arms before stepping out of the home.
Exfoliate your skin twice a week with a paste of gram flour, cream, oatmeal, turmeric, and lemon. Alternatively, you can also make a paste of Fuller’s earth, rose water, sandalwood powder, curd, and turmeric as well to get clearer skin.
Cleanse your skin with yogurt and honey regularly. This way your skin will also stay hydrated and moisturized during this hot time of the year.
Use a mixture of tomato juice, lemon juice, sandalwood powder, and Fuller’s earth to get rid of tanning during summer months. You can also make a paste of gram flour, raw milk, and lemon juice to naturally bleach and moisturize your skin.
Applying fresh Aloe Vera gel on your face can cure chronic skin problems and reduce skin inflammation as it contains two vital hormones gibberellins and auxin.
Apply a paste of banana pulp, milk, and egg white to moisturize and soothe your skin. This natural pack can help you achieve a nice glow and perfectly flawless skin. Rosewater can be used to clean your face and give it an instant freshness.
Rosewater also offers anti-inflammatory benefits and helps to reduce the redness of the skin and acne.
Apply a paste of mashed papaya, lemon juice, honey, and egg white to soften the skin and nourish it with vitamin A.
Applying certain fresh juices on the face such as coconut juice, watermelon juice, or cucumber juice can help to hydrate your skin and achieve a flawless complexion.