Whenever we talk of beauty the names that come to our minds are Cleopatra!
She got me addicted to making sure I add either milk cream or sour curds along with honey in my weekly face pack.
When I was about 36 years old, I got this ‘pimple’ on the TIP of my nose! A fine place to have a pimple I must say – like a signal light!!
I could not resist and I kept plucking at it despite knowing that by doing so I will have a scar or at least a mark left behind. but I just could not bear the embarrassment of that pimple in that spot!!!
OMG….OMG…OMG….what do I do about this mark on my nose? Camera lens love to romance with such shameful sights.
I did spot application of this pack on my nose twice a day starting tuesday night, ending friday morning for 20 minutes. Also applied the pack on total face and neck on tuesday, wednesday and thursday nights for 40 minutes (20 minutes of spot application was in addition to 40 minutes of global application), and voila….. my face was as good as New!!
Recipe for this facepack is ………..
at the bottom………….
Benefits of Milk:
Milk can be used for treating skin in the form of curds as well. When milk is curdled by a natural process it forms curds or yoghurt.
Curds or Yoghurt is categorised as “probiotic” meaning “that which supports and is for life”. It has been proved clinically that this substance is rich in zinc, calcium, lactic acid, Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, protien and yeast along with good bacteria.
Curds or Yoghurt helps in treating pimples, cleaning and shrinking the pores (this prevents foreign deposits in skin giving raise to pimples), and improves the texture of skin. Enzymes in curds add natural oil to skin and provides a healthy glow.
Benefits of Honey:
And then there is HONEY! Just the thought of Honey makes me believe that God created it simply because He loves us immensely!! Honey is the greatest gift by God to mankind! For many many centuries honey is being use for beauty and medical treatments.
This natural nectar contains 80% sugar and rest of the 20% compiles of iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and amino acids along with Vitamin C, B and water.
Humectant qualities of honey promote retention of moisture, hence, its application on skin helps to keep skin supple and elastic and thus prevent wrinkles and dryness.
Antibacteria and antimicrobial properties of honey help prevent bacterial growth on skin and can be used for treating wounds, cuts, abrasions, acne, pimples.
Natural Antioxidants in honey protect and also fix the damage done to skin by Sun’s UV rays. Hence, it can be used as sunscreen, de-tanner as well as scars and marks remover.
1/4th teaspoon of fresh Lemon juice
1 teaspoon of Honey
After washing off the facepack, do not apply anything else on face overnight. Then in the morning, as done everyday, 15 minutes before taking shower, apply milk cream and wash off as usual.