Natural Face Packs – For Each Skin Type!

Heyya gals..Summers are totally in now.. in most parts of the country…. its tat time of the year when you skin is thirsty too and looks for some real good nourishment!

Presenting to you some very simple face packs that you can enjoy at the comfort of your home.. Easy to purchase, prepare and pamper too!

These masks are made out of simple and single ingredients… that can work wonders on your skin while your taste buds enjoy them too!

1. Corn Mask – For Dry Skin

The high protein and fat content in corn helps soothe dry skin and provides the much needed hydration.

Grate a corn ear and strain. Apply the milky liquid by patting it on your skin and allow it to remain for 15-20 minutes. Rinse off with cool water.

2. Watermelon Pack – for Aging Skin

Watermelon helps to tone the skin and is loaded with Vitamins – A, B & C.

Cut the melon into paper-thin slices. Lie down and place them all over your face & neck. Remove after 15-20 minutes and wash off with cold water.

One other method would be to crush melon slices and apply them on the face as a thick mask.

3. Tomato Mask – For Oily Skin

Tomatoes are mildly acidic in nature thus making them highly suitable for oily & acne prone skin.

Extract fresh juice from ripe tomatoes. Use a cotton ball to apply the juice evenly on face and neck as a thin layer. Wash after 10 minutes of application.

4. Raspberry Pack – For Sun-affected skin


Raspberries are great for a after sun-exposure mask. They have a cooling and soothing effect on the skin and are loaded with antioxidants.

Mash the berries, add a little honey to it and apply all over the skin and leave for 20 minutes. Wash it off with warm water.

5.  For Normal skin

Corn Mask & Watermelon Pack are equally good for normal skinned people.

6. For Sensitive skin

Use the tomato mask. Instead of ripe tomatoes, go for the yellow ones which are less acidic.

Aren’t these masks super-easy?

Made out of readily available ingredients and totally natural.. no unwanted chemicals!!!


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