Get bright facial skin with a homemade mask
Every monsoon, everyone experiences the same skin story as their skin starts to react to the humidity and dampness, becoming dull. However, you can start the monsoon differently this year. Bring in the monsoon on a shinier note by refusing to let skin dullness sap your shine any longer. The best homemade face mask for oily skin is the banana fruit pack. It aids in exfoliation, clears clogged pores, removes dead skin cells, and leaves your skin feeling supple and radiant. Bananas’ soluble fibers, calcium, potassium, and magnesium content not only help with digestion and blood pressure, but also with oily skin. Creating this: Apply mashed bananas to the face and neck after adding a tablespoon of honey and lemon juice. For best results, let it dry before washing it off with warm water. Green tea, which is high in antioxidants, has health advantages both internally and externally. Green tea is excellent for oily skin when consumed with warm water or used topically as a mask. Make this by finely powdering 2 tablespoons of green tea. Whip up some yogurt, add a drop of essential oil, and massage the mixture onto your face and neck for a minute before rinsing it off with warm water. While besan (gram flour) is alkalizing in nature and attracts the toxins that are lodged deeply within the skin pores, turmeric has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Their combined anti-microbial effects are good for our skin. Creating this: Mix one tablespoon of gram flour with a teaspoon of turmeric, a few drops of lemon juice, and rose water to make this pack. For naturally radiant skin, apply the pack to your face, let it dry, and then wash it off with water.