Wednesday, September 27, 2017

How to Make Homemade Face Mask In Urdu

How can I make a good homemade face mask to get better and fresh skin? Is there any easy method for this? 

Answer: First of all, it is important to keep in mind that not all skin types are same. There are 5 different skin types and you first have to know your skin type before going to create any homemade mask for your skin. Read this article to determine your skin type. Once you have known your skin, it gets easier to create the homemade mask for your skin.  The face mask to has to be used once or twice in a week or twice at most to get the desired results. Please keep in mind that overdoing this will create further problems for your skin. Use moderately.  Throw away all the beauty products you have been using to get fresher and less irate skin.  Start by cleaning your face thoroughly. For first 3-5 days, just make sure your skin is getting the cleansing it deserves.

Egg: As in other remedies, egg has pivotal the role to pay. Take one egg and mix it with oatmeal along with few drops of lemon juice and olive oil. Once you have completed making the face mask, apply it twice or thrice in a week for 15-20 minutes time and rinse your skin with fresh water afterwards.  Make sure the water used for cleaning the mask should be lukewarm.  The lemon juice will help you remove black dots on the skin as well.  Please make sure if you have dry skin, do not use this homemade totka. People with all the other skin types can use this method.
Yogurt: Take one lemon and 1 to 2 cup of plain yogurt.  Yogurt is the most effective agent for skin beautification and remedy.  It makes the skin smooth and fresh.  The best time to use this mask is when you are going to take bath. Apply this this paste in the room and rinse with the fresh and cool water.
Also, please see image attached below for Urdu explanation of how to make homemade face mask at home. 

Please try all of the above totkas and observe which one is working very well for you. Don’t overuse any of the totka. Use as deemed beneficial.
Disclaimer: This article should not be mistaken for a medical prescription. Consult your doctor if you have any skin disease. This article is only meant for informational and research purposes. 

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