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Skin care: Turmeric face masks can have miraculous benefits on your skin

Has your skin become lifeless? Has your natural glow vanished by the pollution, which has settled on your face? Do you want to prevent premature ageing and avoid wrinkles on your face?

There is only one solution to all these problems and to top it all off it is something that is easily available in most of the Indian households, is it easy on the pocket and hands down one of the most effective natural remedies of all time?

Turmeric has long been considered as the ultimate home remedy for various kinds of health problems. Haldi Doodh is every Indian mother’s go to health drink for their children.

Turmeric provides flavour and colour to many cuisines but it doesn’t just cater to food it also has medicinal properties. Some other benefits attached to it is that it can be used as an excellent skin care ingredient.

It helps in treating acne, lessens signs of ageing (wrinkles), helps reduce stretch marks and also to remove pigmentation and tanning. Turmeric can also be used in face masks when combined with the right ingredients. It is suitable for both oily and dry skin types.

Do not burn a hole in your pocket by investing in high end face packs with turmeric being one of their ingredients when you can make very affordable turmeric packs at home. So, we have compiled face packs for different skin types and purposes. Select the one that is suitable for you.

Rose Milk and Turmeric Face Pack (Dry Skin):
Ingredients: 1 teaspoon turmeric powder1 tablespoon fresh cream 2-3 drops of essential oil rose 1/2 tablespoon rose water.
Procedure: Mix all ingredients in a bowl well, make sure to get rid of any lumps. The mixture should be smooth, after preparing the pack take a brush and apply generous amounts of it on your face and neck. Let it sit for at least 25 minutes, wash your face with lukewarm water and gently pat your face dry with a fresh towel.

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