September 7, 2007

Face packs for dry skin

Do you have a dry skin? If you want to use face packs and masks, choose the ones specially meant for your type of skin. The effects of other masks can be very drying on your already parched skin.

Here are 2 such dry skin masks which can be made with readily available ingredients from your kitchen.

Mint face pack for dry skin

Ingredients:

Yoghurt 1 tbsp
Multani mitti (fuller’s earth) 1 tbsp
Mint (pudina) powder 1 tsp

Method:

Soak multani mitti and mint powder in yoghurt for half an hour. Then mix them thoroughly by using an egg beater. Apply on face for 15 minutes and leave it to dry. Then wash off with luke warm water followed by a cold water rinse.

Egg face pack for dry skin

Ingredients:

Honey ½ tsp
Egg yolk -1
Milk powder - 1tsp

Method:

Beat the egg yolk, mix the milk powder and honey in it. Beat again. When you get a paste of medium to thick consistency apply it on your face. When it is dry wash off with luke warm water followed by a splash of cold water on your face.

See also: Moisturizers to lubricate your skin




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5 comments:

  1. Can you suggest a face pack for dry skin, without the use of the egg?
    Thanks for the useful information.

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  2. Refer to this post on dry skin

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  3. Chitra2:49 PM

    Make a paste of 1 spoon milk cream, 1 spoon multani mitti, ½ spoon honey and little amount of oil. Apply this paste on your skin and keep it there for 10-15 minutes. Wash it off after it gets dry

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  4. Nagaveni10:26 AM

    I would start from the inside first, add a vitamin E and zinc supplement to ur diet and hydrate ur body by drinking water or herbal tea.
    Exfoliate once a week and moisturise with Bio oil before going to bed or E 45 cream.
    this was recommended by a dermatologist.

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  5. Damayanti9:19 AM

    FACE PACK: Olive oil + honey + egg yolk + rinse with warm water = radiant skin

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