November 11, 2014

Mixed Vegetables Garlic Pack (Lepam) for your Face, Hands and Legs

Winter is one season that tends to affect our skin badly. Winter tends to rob our skin of moisture and leaves us with flaky, dry and patchy skin. However there are ways to combat it with homemade beauty aids. Read through the posts My winter skin care routine, Winter skin care at home , Caring for your skin through the winter chill and other articles from the category Winter.

winter skin woman in hat
I've also noticed that the skin tends to get a bit darker in the winter, dunno whether it's due to the fact that the earth is closer to the sun in winters or due to the application of oily cold creams or spending time more time outdoors without adequate sunscreen protection or simply neglecting winter skin care. Whatever maybe the reason for skin darkening, I've come across this wonderful DIY recipe to improve one's skin complexion in winter. It has worked wonders for me. I'm sure it'll work for you too!

Ingredients
garlic clovescarrot slices cucumber slices cabbage shredding  coconut oil-1 turmeric-1

Method:
Take  4-5 round slices of carrot, 4-5 cloves of garlic, ½ a bowl of cabbage shreddings and 4 round slices of cucumber and make a paste of it in a mixer. Then transfer this mixture into a bowl. Now add 3-4 tsp of coconut oil in a pan and add ¼ th tsp of turmeric to it. Then switch off the flame. Then add the mixture from the bowl to this oil and mix well. You can store this mixture in an airtight jar in the refrigerator for around a week..

Application:
Apply this mixture on your face, hands and legs and let it stay for around 20 minutes. Do this thrice a week. In a matter of 15 days, you'll know the difference. You'll find that this removes tan, brightens your complexion and gives you a radiant, glowing skin. It's most suitable for winter months when your complexion tends to darken. (Also read Care of hands and feet in winter.)


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1 comment:

  1. use and apply Shea butter ,Jojoba oil
    After you shower, you should apply a moisturizer to replenish your skin.
    Exfoliate the skin on your body once a week. Try to find a salt- or sugar-based scrub
    : Limit your caffeine intake because it can also dehydrate the skin

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