Indian Skin Whitening
Indian skin whitening secrets are preferred by many people because they use natural products and have no chemicals. They have also been in use for centuries and have been perfected over time. People with different types of skin types can find a recipe that suits them easily.
Indian skin whitening for non-sensitive skins
One of the most amazing traditional recipes for getting lighter skin. I used it recently for a few days and not only did it make my skin much lighter, but it also added a nice glow to my skin. Although all skin types are beautiful, you might have the desire to have a lighter tone or even complexion.
I recently got a tan and used the recipe to remove the tan. I have also used it on a normal day it is advisable not to get obsessed. It is the perfect product because it has no chemicals that you will have to worry about.
What things you actually need for this DIY include:
- Wild turmeric
- Milk (if you have dry skin)
- Coconut water (if you have normal or oily skin)
You can buy wild turmeric online in case it is not available in a local store. Lemon is a great natural bleaching agent.
Start by measuring half a tablespoon of wild turmeric and put in the bowl. Measure about half a tablespoon of milk and add it to the bowl. Finally, measure about one full tablespoon of lemon juice and add it to the bowl. Mix everything up well and form a thick paste.
Apply the paste all over the skin. Leave it on for about 15-20 minutes until it dries up and wash it off your face with cool water.
The product is commonly used for Indian skin whitening. It is also helpful in removing scar marks as well as in acne management when dealing with dark spots. It’s actually an all-purpose face mask. The product can also be used on your hands and legs. Daily use of the product will get your skin to a point where it is flawless.
Indian Skin whitening for sensitive skin
This recipe has also been used extensively in India to lighten and brighten skin. People with sensitive skin can get irritated if they use recipes with lemon because lemon juice can be harsh on their skins. If you don’t have sensitive skin then you can use the same recipe and add lemon juice for increased effectiveness.
- Full cream milk powder
- Rice flour
I would recommend using full cream the skim milk powder won’t soften your skin as much as the full cream milk one. When using rice flour, you can use the coarse rice flour or you can use the fine rice flour if your skin is sensitive. Rose water is amazing at toning your skin. Check out this article on how to make DIY rose water.
Measure about two tablespoons of full cream milk powder and put them in a bowl. Measure about one tablespoon of rice flour and add it to the bowl. Finally, add the rice water to the mixture as you mix. Add as little or as much as you need until you have made a paste with mask-like consistency.
Apply the paste to clean skin make sure you’ve washed your skin before any application begins. I love to use this mask for exfoliating my skin. The rice flour is course but it’s not too hard. The exfoliation shouldn’t irritate the skin but it will definitely get rid of all dead skin cells.
Leave the paste on the skin until it dries which can be about 10 minutes. Wash it off with cool water to reveal your soft and glowing skin.
You can also use the mixture on your hands, legs and basically any part of the body that you want to lighten. I personally love to use the recipe to even out my complexion. People who have hyperpigmentation around the mouth also benefit from using the Indian skin whitening recipe.
It is important to note that these Indian skin whitening recipes are no bleaches. It requires repeated use to see the same effect that you would see when using bleach. However, these recipes are safer because they don’t have any harsh chemicals.
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