These home based remedies will solve your skin issues before your best friend’s wedding! Beauty

A pimple or spot is the worst thing especially if it decided to pop up before your  besties wedding. Or even if you generally want that Instagram worthy skin, I have curated few home based remedies for your skin issues so, that it doesn’t kill your vibe. After all dost ki shadi hai yar…

If you have skin pigmentation

Skin pigmentation is an issue that is not easy to get rid of. I have a very simple solution for you for the same.

Use yoghurt. Yoghurt has lactic acid that can help get rid of the dead skin cells. Take one tablespoon of yoghurt apply it on your face and leave it for 20 minutes. Rinse your face with normal water. Repeat this for 15 days.


​If you have oily skin

Mix one tablespoon of lemon juice with two tbsp. of water. Apply this solution on your face and leave it for seven to 10 minutes. Rinse using warm water.


​If you have dull skin

The walnut shell that we usually throw away can be great for our skin. Grind the shell of the walnut and add papaya pulp and lemon juice to it. Scrub your face with this mixture to get rid of dead cells that are making you look dull.

The zinc, iron and omega 3 fatty acids in walnut help to maintain the skin elasticity. You can munch on four to six walnuts every day with your breakfast for better skin.


​If you have acne

Acne is one of the most common skin problems. Make a smooth paste by mixing turmeric powder and rose water, apply it on the affected area. Rinse after 15 minutes. Turmeric has antiseptic properties and rose water calms the skin by its cooling effect.

Note:- Do not apply makeup six hours after you have applied this paste.


If you have dry skin

Coconut oil is the best moisturizer  for your skin. Lightly warm up the coconut oil and apply it on your neck and face. Massage for five minutes in circular motion and leave it overnight. You can add sugar to use this as a scrub.

The elements in coconut oil make your skin glow by nourishing it with essential fatty acids.


Nudrat Ikhlaq

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