Sun rays, environmental pollution, hormonal imbalance, drug use, nutrition are important factors that affects our skin, and hyperpigmentation, the defense mechanism of our skin, is the main cause of skin spots.
Masks are life vests. Give your skin a sigh of relief with the masks you apply to both care and feel good.
Instead of losing yourself in the beauty aisles, we have a suggestion that will be good for your soul. Make your own skin mask, take this beauty ritual to the next level. The elements your skin needs are available in simple basic ingredients.
Yoghurt; It is a great option that you can use as a base for many natural ingredient mask recipes. Honey; A complete anti-acne, it almost fights against skin infections. Cocoa powder can be used to support skin glow.
Here are a few 100% natural mask recipes that you can easily apply:
- What you need to smooth the skin surface and balance the color; a spoonful of yogurt, a spoonful of honey and a pinch of turmeric powder. The lactic acid contained in yogurt targets and cleans the dead cells on the skin surface. Moisture-friendly honey softens the skin, while turmeric provides color balance on the skin surface.
- What you need to tighten the pores; egg white, lemon juice and a spoonful of honey. Many studies support that egg white and lemon juice are excellent choices for skin tightening. Honey acts as a moisturizer for the skin.
- If you're struggling with oily skin, all you need is half an avocado and a mashed cucumber. This two-ingredient mixture applies a natural cold compress to the skin, giving a feeling of freshness and freshness. With its high water percentage and vitamin C content, cucumber moisturizes the skin, while avocado, which is a great oil store, works on the lines.
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About the author:
Alara Dolunay – Be People Editor
Alara Dolunay, who completed her undergraduate education at the Department of Media and Communication Systems at Bilgi University, completed her internships as an assistant to the project manager of ICM Turkey Digital Marketing Agency and Doğan Paksoy Gallery Young Art Magazine Writer. In 2020, she joined the Sotheby's Art Institute, Art History program. He has been working as Creative Editor at Be People since January 2021.