Homemade Natural Bleach And Facial
When I see the effects of facial bleaching on others, I get miffed because I cannot use bleaches available in the market because they react horribly on my skin leaving patches, so I have now completely stopped using bleach. I researched and found out that there are some natural ingredients that work as a natural bleach without harming the skin in any way.
First Step: Scrub
Besan and honey work together to remove all the dirt and dead skin cells from your face. The best part about besan (gram flour) is that it works for all skin types.
Gram flour has certain properties that treat acne and has been used for this purpose in India for centuries. For one, the zinc in besan has been shown to fight the infections that cause your face to erupt with acne. Secondly, it also helps control the excess sebum production and soothes inflamed skin.
You can use this scrub on your body too.
Second Step: Mask
Corn flour contains a reasonable amount of protein that help boost collagen and prevents the sign of skin aging.
The Vitamin A present in corn flour fade brown spots, sun spots and dark patches. The minerals and amino acids keep the skin healthy, vibrant and smooth.
Collagen is a major component of your skin. It plays a role in strengthening skin, plus may benefit elasticity and hydration. However, several studies have shown that collagen peptides or supplements containing collagen may help slow the aging of your skin by reducing wrinkles and dryness
Collagen is the protein responsible for skin elasticity. Collagen powder can give your hair, skin, and nails a boost along with your joints
Coffee is a source of nutrients and antioxidants that may benefit the skin like Cellulite reduction.
Coffee may help reduce the appearance of cellulite on the skin.
Vitamin B-3 for skin cancer.
Third Step: Bleach
The antioxidants and vitamin C in gooseberry (Amla), help to brighten your skin. This fruit also helps to tone and tighten your skin, and make it firm and soft.
Raw milk is one of the richest sources of moisturizing ingredients. You must have come across a lot of articles on the web asking you to stay cautious with the use of milk as a toner, if you have an oily skin. However, it is for the boiled counterpart and not the raw one. Raw milk works as an exceptional skin-toner for all the skin types. It adds firmness to worn and torn facial tissues. It makes the facial skin more elastic than before.