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The monsoons usually make the skin excessively vulnerable to an array of problems. It is important for you to be more conscious and careful with your skincare regime during the monsoons. Home remedies are the safest way to keep the skin intact during the season.
Here are 5 home remedies that could help you keep your skin nourished and healthy during the monsoon:
1. Sandalwood face mask for skin breakouts
Sandalwood has been a natural source of nourishment for the skin and heals it from blackheads, acne and any skin breakouts. It works as a moisturiser for all skin types.
2. Oatmeal pack for dead skin cells
Oatmeal provides for a great face pack to get rid of dead skin cells, skin irritation and redness caused during the monsoons. It leaves the skin supple and rejuvenated.
3. Papaya, honey and milk face pack for moisturising
During the monsoons, the humidity causes the skin to lose its moisture, leaving it dull. Papaya contains vitamin A and C which help in restoring firmness, while honey moisturises and serves as a soothing agent for the skin surface. Make-up and hair expert Marissa Rodrigues suggests this paste for glowing skin.
4. Neem leaves with honey for acne
Neem possesses anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that cleanse the skin of any impurities and it also nourishes your skin. Marissa states, 'Neem is the perfect solution for acne and breakouts on the skin, caused due to the unfavorable weather.'
5. Mixed tomato and potato face pack for all skin pigmentation
The monsoons often cause skin pigmentation and uneasiness on the face. For this, it could be best treated with the nutrients coming from a bunch of ingredients that would solve not only pigmentation but blemishes and acne as well. Marissa suggests the following paste.
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