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Curd Facial Pack

Updated on December 22, 2019

Curd Facial Pack

Curd Facial Pack

100% Natural Face Pack Apply for this facial pack and best benefits glowing your skin.

You Need :
•1. tablespoon of curd.

•1. pinch of turmeric powder

•1. teaspoon of gram flour

•6. drops of lemon juice
•1. teaspoon honey

How to use :

Apply this paste on face and neck and leave for at least 20 minutes.
Wash with cold water every day
While washing this rub it in circular movements, this will facial pack you face and your skin will become smoother and because of the curd it will start glowing.
This face pack reduces the sebum and deep cleans the pores. It also nurtures the skin and gives a glowremoves away all the dirt and gives a fresh feeling

Benefits :


Curd is always considered as good option, when you have to reduce heat of scorching sun rays during summer. But today, Curd can even be used as a beauty benefits as Curd houses various rich nutrients like Vitamin D, protein as well as calcium; all this is good for your tummy as well as for your skin.Curd will surely help you in attaining crystal clear skin which is glowing and smooth.
Curd Helps in fight with sun tan.
When applied on face, Curd Clean your skin and provides natural glow.
Curd is foremost anti aging remedy.
Curds helps in Moisturize and exfoliate your skin naturally.
Curd helps to whiten your skin.
Curd Tone your freckles and tight up the wrinkles of your face.
Regular use of curd on face will effectively minimize blemishes/breakouts


A healthy and vibrant skin is always the dream of everyone. Even men deep down wish to have a glowing skin. Amongst so many useful benefits/impacts of Turmeric, this arguably the most powerful spice is known for brightening your skin.
It naturally speeds up the process of removing dead skin cells to reveal healthy and soft skin, and protects the skin cells from further damage.Turmeric is excellent for acne because it is a natural antiseptic and helps to keep bacteria from spreading.


Gram flour is also called as ‘besan’. It is known to fight numerous skin problems, including blemishes, pimples, dark skin, and dull and lifeless skin. Here are its benefits, Being a natural option, using Gram flour will take care of your skin without posing any dangerous side effects. Soaps and face wash contains many chemicals that are actually not good for your skin. Also, some components can cause allergy and is a truly magical ingredient when it comes to addressing skin concerns. No matter what your skin concern is, gram flour will almost always help you deal with it. From removing sun tan and hyperpigmentation, to evening out your skin tone and giving you a gorgeous glow, gram flour does it all. Moreover, it helps maintain the pH balance of your skin.


Honey also possesses strong anti-bacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and it has been used for ages for revamping skin health, the natural way.The moisturizing and soothing effect of raw honey makes the skin look soft, glowing and radiant.Honey functions as an amazing skin moisturizer and even works great for healing chapped lips. The goodness of antioxidants, rich nutrients and enzymes in honey hydrate your lips naturally during winter.


Lemons contain antibacterial properties which is why the juice is a great cleanser, helping fight the bacteria agents causing your breakouts. It also acts as a natural exfoliator : removing dead skin cells that can clog your pores : as well as a great oil-eliminator.
Citrus products can also be used to treat hyperpigmentation of the face by aiding in exfoliation of discolored skin, says Akhavan. This was my most exciting take-away from this beauty experiment: the fading of my old acne scars and reduced redness.
Akhavan does caution that using citrus on the skin isn't for everyone. Citrus should be avoided in those who are going to be having sun exposure, she explains, as an unusual skin reaction that causes inflammation and hyperpigmentation can take place called phytophotodermatitis, due to increased sensitivity to ultraviolet radiation. So if you’re heading to the beach, leave the lemons at home.


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