Face packs for winter

Face packs for winter

No matter what your skin type is, it is important to keep it more nourished in the winters because the cold weather tends to make your skin dry. We’ve listed a few face packs for winter that can be used based on your skin type.

Face packs should be used in winter to ensure that your skin gets the right nourishment. You can make face packs for winter with ingredients that are easily available at your home. Opting for natural face packs ensure  that you are using ingredients that are fresh and good for your skin. Did you know that fruits like apple, avocado and peach help to make you skin supple bring back the original glow?

3 Face packs for winter

Banana and Olive Oil Mask 

Mash a ripe banana and add a teaspoon of olive oil to this and blend it well. Apply to your face and neck and wash off with warm water. This will particularly help if you have dry skin because the olive oil with hydrate and nourish your skin. If you have oily skin, you can replace the oil with aloe vera gel. This will help is cleansing the excess oils from your face without making it dry. For normal skin, you can use either pure rose water or aloe vera gel.

Fullers Earth and Almond Pack

Soak 10 – 12 almonds for an hour and grind to a smooth paste. Add to this 2 tablespoons fullers earth, quarter a spoon of sandalwood powder, 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel and enough rose water to make it into a thick paste.  Apply to your face and neck and wash off with warm water. This is recommended for those who have an oily skin. The finely ground almonds will help to exfoliate dead skin. The oils from the almonds ensure that your skin does not dry out too much.

Carrot, Lemon and Tomato Mask

This mask works to lighten your skin and is good for all skin types. It also acts like a very mild bleach and helps to lighten the skin discoloration. Mix  together 1 tbsp each of carrot juice, lemon juice and tomato juice. Apply on your face and neck and let it stay for 10 minutes. Wash off with warm water.

Using face packs in winter helps to not just improve the condition of the skin, but also lock in the moisture. Get ready to mix and match ingredients that are readily available at your home to give your skin complete nourishment this winter. Do you have a favorite face pack that you make at home? Share it with us and we’ll publish the same on our social media. 

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