Here are a few remedies you can try at home:
Milk has been a favourite in Indian families. This wonder not only softens your skin but also helps in de-tanning. To keep your skin nourished, apply full-fat milk on your face with a cotton ball once or twice a day. You can add a few drops of lemon for a better result.
This delicious fruit works as a brilliant astringent. It has the ability to cure acne and lighten your skin. You can mix tomato juice with cucumber juice or a few drops of lemon juice and apply it to your face. Wash with warm water once the mixture dries up.
This plant literally has magical properties! It can grow in any condition. Even if you don’t have enough space to garden in your house, you can plant it in a small pot. Aloe gel can rejuvenate your skin as well as remove dark circles and spots. Scoop out the clear gel from inside the stems and apply it on your skin, massaging it in slowly.
Sugar is an excellent skin exfoliator and softener. It is a natural way to scrub away dead cells and nourish your skin. Mix grains of sugar with yoghurt or fresh cream and gentle massage in circular motions.
Rose water works as a great replacement for chemical toners. It balances the pH of skin and keeps it feeling fresh and clean. After you wash your face, you can use rose water like a toner. Dip a cotton ball in rose water and apply all over your face and neck for a brighter healthier skin.
Green tea leaves are rich in antioxidants that keep your skin feeling youthful. Its flavonoids in keep your skin elasticity intact. Boil green tea leaves till they start imparting colour. Mix two teaspoons of this with fresh cream and a little sugar and use as a face pack. Wash with cold water and pat dry.
The good fats and vitamins in Avocado help nourish dry skin and restore natural oils. This fruit works wonders when used regularly. A couple teaspoons of mashed avocado applied as a face mask or scrub is going to help to restore skin health.