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Honey is the best solution for skin care

Updated on January 5, 2021

The use of honey will make the skin feel fresh

Honey has been very popular since ancient times. Honey is used all over the world. However, in Ayurveda, the combination of honey of different flowers is more effective than the honey of any one flower. Because it benefits from the different materials of different flowers.
Centipede honey (honey combination of a minimum of 100 flowers) is as unique because it is exclusive in terms of beauty and nutrition. Honey is often eaten a day to decorate the skin from the within. Drink 2 teaspoons of honey and 3-4 saffron in 1 glass of hot milk. The skin became brighter in three months. additionally, mix 1 teaspoon of honey with juice in equal proportions. Take this mixture without mixing any water, every morning, of course, after a hearty breakfast. this is often also beneficial. However, the primary one is simpler, said Afrin Mausumi, an ayurvedic esthetician at Herbs Ayurvedic Skin Care Clinic.

In oily skin care:

If the skin is oily, it'll be moist, but not that. Oily skin also can become lifeless thanks to lack of moisture. you'll apply basil leaves and honey on oily skin. Take 1 cup of basil leaves. Extract the juice from it. the quantity of juice is going to be about 1 tablespoon. Strain the juice. don't strain the juice and discard the remainder of the leaves. Apply Rostuku on the face with the assistance of cotton-like toner. After 5-6 minutes, when the juice is dry, mix honey with the remainder of the leaves within the amount of 1 teaspoon. This mixture became a pack. Apply the pack on the face and wash after 20 minutes. you'll do a manicure with honey 1 day every week. However, if you're more susceptible to acne, you'll use it for 2-3 days every week.

For combination skin:

If the skin is mixed in nature, it can face different problems in several seasons. However, if good quality honey is applied to the skin in the right way, it can become as comfortable as normal skin. Honey is often utilized in two ways for combination skin. you'll use it 1 day every week in any of the subsequent ways. Wash 1 cup mint leaves (not pulses) and take it quickly. Apply this juice on the skin of the face with the assistance of cotton and await 5 minutes. Now mix half a teaspoon of perfume with 1 teaspoon of honey. Apply the mixture on the face in the same way with the assistance of cotton. Wash your face after 10 minutes. Take 1 tablespoon of mint leaves. Crush the leaves and blend it with 1 tablespoon of Multani soil and 1 teaspoon of honey. don't mix any water. Apply on face and wash face after 20 minutes.

Also for dry skin:

You can also apply honey on dry skin in two alternative ways. Take 1 teaspoon of sandalwood powder. Heat the cow's milk and blend it with it. Take the maximum amount of milk as you would like to combine the sandalwood well. After the sandalwood is well mixed, add a couple of drops of honey to the present mixture. Then apply on the skin and wait 20 minutes. you'll use a honey pack 2 days every week during this way. If you would like, you'll make the pack within the same way with a touch sandal wood rather than sandalwood powder. during this case, sandalwood should be soaked in milk for a short time. Then you've got to rub it on the stone floor. This pack brightens the skin, helps to get rid of dark spots, and prevents wrinkles on the skin. Boil the raw turmeric juice well. When the juice thickens, take it down. Now take 1 teaspoon of juice and blend it with 1 ingredient and half a teaspoon of honey. Apply the mixture to the face once every week for 20 minutes. If the skin is excessively dry, you'll apply 2-3 days every week if the skin around the lips or nose is dry. you'll cool the juice of turmeric well and put it during a glass jar and keep it within the fridge for 15 days. This pack is extremely effective to keep the skin moist.


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