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10 Tips for Glowing Skin from Kitchen Shelf


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    10 Tips for Glowing Skin from Kitchen Shelf

    10 Tips for Glowing Skin from Kitchen Shelf



    • Add black cumin powder to little olive oil and apply it on your face.Leave it for ten minutes and wash it.
    • Add one teaspoon of honey ,one teaspoon of glycerine to two teaspoons of lemon juice and apply it on your face.Then wash it after sometime.Your skin will be bleached naturally and become fairer.
    • Make a paste of tomato pulp and honey apply it on your face two times a day.This will improve the complexion of your skin.
    • Mix multanni matti ,sandalwood powder and rosewater and apply it.This face pack is excellent for an oily skin because it removes the excess oil from your skin and it tightens the pores as well.
    • Mix sandalwood powder, lemon juice, cucumber paste,turmeric powder and lemon juice and apply it.This will remove the tan and brighten your face.


    Make a face pack of :
    1. 2tsp of besan
    2. 1pinch of haldi powder
    3. Few drops of lemon juice and little milk



    • Leave it for 15 to 20 min and wash it.This is a moisturizer for a dry dull skin
    • If you apply fresh butter on your face and neck everyday your face will become baby soft and supple.
    • Everyday ,if you apply til oil mixed with turmeric powder to a girl child all over her body while taking bath,when she grows and attains puberty unwanted hair growth in face and body will be arrested and she will have a plain smooth skin.
    • Apply Pure castor oil on your face and massage it.Keep it for 20 minutes and wash it.This will remove scars on your face and give a glowing effect.
    • For an Oily skin,Apply a Mixture of curd,Haldi [turmeric] powder, sandalwood powder.This will remove excess oil from your face and will rejuvenate your skin.


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    Re: 10 Tips for Glowing Skin from Kitchen Shelf

    Your pantry and refrigerator contain a plentiful source of beauty fixes that won't break the bank. Provided you know what to use, you'll find a lot of exciting possibilities in the kitchen. This article provides you with some suggestions to get started; the more you explore your kitchen resources, the more you'll learn how to make your own natural beauty fixes.

    Fix skin problems. There are numerous preparations from kitchen items


    • For getting rid of large pores and blemishes use lemon and pineapple juice
    • Apply ice to reduce swelling and redness, leave on blemishes for 15 minutes at a time.
    • Use lemon to Clean your face.
    • Spread egg whites over your face for a brightening, firming mask.
    • Boil some water with either a teaspoon of salt or half a teaspoon of baking soda in it (you can also do both if you DO NOT have sensitive skin). Hold your face over the steam for about 30 min with a towel over your head. (Baking soda has exfoliating properties; salt disinfects and cleanses your skin, the sweating will help get rid of toxins and open pores). Make sure you are doing this on a clean face, afterward is a good time to exfoliate because your pores are open, make sure to do so gently.



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    Re: 10 Tips for Glowing Skin from Kitchen Shelf

    wow Amazing tips for glowing skin.

    Last edited by sumathisrini; 2nd Feb 2013 at 12:16 PM.
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