How To Prepare A Tumeric Face Mask For Glowing Skin

Do you know that you can turn your kitchen into a spa just like that? So here’s how to make a DIY turmeric face mask while at home. Do you know that turmeric has so much beauty benefits? It slows down cell damage and is also a high antioxidant.

It evens out your skin tone and also reduces skin inflammation. All you need is 1 teaspoon of milk or yogurt, 1 1/2 tablespoon of organic honey, 1 teaspoon organic apple cider vinegar and 1 tea spook turmeric powder.

In your small bowl, mix the turmeric powder, honey and milk, apple cider vinegar until a paste – like consistency is formed that will easily stick on your face without dripping. Wash your face properly to remove and impurities or makeup then apply.

Put on a dark colored t – shirt as the turmeric can turn a fabric yellow. Carefully apply the turmeric using a makeup brush or your fingers and avoid the area around your eyes. Leave the mask for about 15 minutes on your face. Ensure to rinse off the mask using warm water. You can as well decide to use a wash cloth but remember it should have a dark color.
Don’t get shocked when your skin remain a bit yellow even after you remove the mask. This is very normal. If you are pale, it can stain your skin for a short of time but thereafter, it will go away.

If you feel uncomfortable due to the yellowish hue, you can as well use a simple cleansing oil. If you want to get the best results, you can opt to repeat the turmeric mask at least a couple of nights every week.

Within a few weeks, you will begin noticing a smoother and brighter skin. If you want another alternative with the same results, you can as well try the fizzing face mask.

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