If you're looking for a quick and easy kitchen remedies and natural skin care tips to keep your skin youthful and vibrant you've landed on the right page! As you age, your skin starts to lose its elasticity which causes it to sag and looks less supple. For a natural face-lift, you need to head straight to your spice rack and find yourself some turmeric powder. Turmeric Benefits For Skin are well known. One of the most versatile ingredients in Indian cuisine, turmeric gets its smell from its principal ingredient-curcumin. With its inherent antiseptic properties, it's not just good for overall health but can also work wonders for your skin.
Here is an easy, cost-effective and time efficient recipe to make the most of the benefits of turmeric powder:
Recipe for Turmeric Face Mask:
- 2 tablespoon Whole Wheat Flour
- 1 teaspoon Turmeric Powder
- 2 tablespoon Milk
- 1/2 teaspoon Honey
Combine the flour and turmeric powder in a small bowl, and then add in milk and honey and mix together thoroughly until a lovely, thick paste is formed. Then apply a thin layer of this mixture to your face and leave it on until it dries properly, which should take about 15 minutes. After it dries, wash it off using cool water and get ready to welcome smooth, supple and glowing skin.
Not only does this melange make for an excellent anti-aging remedy, but it will also tighten your skin and smoothen your pores out. This face mask is especially recommended for you if you’re suffering from a bout of oily skin or clogged pores, as it works towards ironing out your impurities and tightening up the complexion.
Turmeric powder, when mixed with cream (malai), can be applied around the eyes to prevent fine lines and wrinkles from forming. This trick is also very beneficial to combat dark circles. In addition, you can use turmeric powder and mix it with coconut oil and massage it onto your skin before taking a bath. Not only will this leave your entire body radiant but it will also ward off all skin related problems and infections!
Written by Anurag Gulati on Apr 01, 2014