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The natural properties in aloe vera act as a dumdaar ingredient for hyper-pigmentation. Apart from sorting out your dead skin cells, it serves as a natural coolant for damaged tissues. Sirf yahi nahi, it restores your face with its natural colour. Have been out for a long time, especially during summers? Think aloe vera.
Kheera offers similar results as aloe vera. It is a natural relaxant and is great for removing dead skin cells. It is also known for binding collagen, imparting firmness to your face. You can dabble its juice all over your skin with a cotton ball and it off with water after 15 minutes. Or else, you can place slices of this vegetable on the dark spots for getting a lighter toned skin.
This single-ingredient mask can be of great help as a natural bleaching agent. All you need to do is apply it evenly on your face, let it stay for about 10 to 15 minutes, and then rub it off with a wet cloth, wet tissue, or cold water. Alternatively, you can make a paste by mixing it with ground oats or gram flour and use it as a facial scrub.
This natural skin brightener is a time-tested product that will never cease to amaze you with its results. Blend it with a few drops of water to prepare a paste out of it and dabble your face with the same. Not just your face, you can use this paste as a scrub all over your body. However, note that besan is not a great option if you have dry this since it tends to dry out your skin faster.
The acidic property of nimbu acts as a natural bleaching agent. Squeeze one or two lemons and apply the juice with a cotton ball. You can also mix it with rose water to lend some fragrance to your skincare routine, or blend it with oats and/or yoghurt. Let this mixture sit for 20 minutes before splashing water on your face.
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