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How to incorporate natural ingredients in skincare regime

How to incorporate natural ingredients in skincare regime

It is very important to decipher the ingredients in the product you use in your day-to-day skin care regime. As the skin is continuously exposed to such ingredients it will greatly affect the skin health, so make sure you are adding more such ingredients in your day-to-day life.

Beauty experts list some of the natural ingredients from kitchens and courtyards that can be used as perfect skin booster:

-Papaya: Pep up your skin with papaya since it has an enzymatic effect and is very good for the clearance of dead skin. Papaya helps give your skin a radiant glow and a smooth finish and it brings a lot of shine to your face. For regular use you can apply papaya face wash every day which a milder form. Don't expose your skin to UV radiations for 2 days immediately after using papaya on your skin as it has an enzymatic effect.

-Coffee: Coffee brew not only gets us started in the morning, but it is also a blessing for your glowing skin. Grounded coffee beans mixed with honey can be used as homemade body scrubs. Coffee being a gentle exfoliating agent, the scrubs remove dead skin without irritation and, also moisturizes the skin. Coffee ice cubes can be gently rubbed under your eyes for a soothing reducing puffiness or redness around the eye.

-Rose: Adding few cups of rose water in bathing water can help skin to rejuvenate and bring freshness to it. Rose water also contains calming and soothing agents that help to calm down the skin.

-Milk: Milk being one of the ingredients dedicated to the divine in the Indian ritual of 'Panchamrita' represents purity and similarly it protects our skin against all the impurities. It will nourish the skin cells from deep within and keep skin moisturized all day. The milk protein will provide an ideal ingredient for youthful and supple complexion.

-Watermelon: Turkish women used watermelon to revitalize their facial skin. It provides intense hydration to the skin. Watermelon is full of vitamin C, amino acids and lycopene, that nourishes the skin.

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