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treat dark circles

treat dark circles

  1. Grind raw patato and almond paste for under eye dark circles.
  2. Tea bags after use and be kept in undereye for 15 mins it reduce dark circles.
  3. Cucumber juice or slice for 15 mins.
  1. Glass of ice water and 4 steel stainless spoon chill and apply on the eye after it gets warm replace by the other till it reduce the puffiness under the eye.
  2. Crowfeet prevent by using sunscreen and sunglasses.
  3. Carrot jucie daily fades blemishes.
  4. Dark underarms and neck apply lemon juice with cucumber and turmeric daily for 20 mins.
  5. Thin apple slice rub on oily skin control shine.
  6. Egg white and honey reduce tan.
  7. Turmeric and gram flour with rose water make a paste and leave for 20 mins for fairer skin.
  8. Turmeric and cream apply for 15 mins and wash for fairer skin.
  9. Honey ,lemon, vegetable oil leave for 10 mins is good for dry skin.
  10. Banana (20 mins) for supple skin.
  11. Avocado for 20 mins for glowing skin,
  12. Sandalwood and urmeric paste for acne.
  13. Turmeric and neem paste for acne.
  14. Turmeric and curry leaves wash for 15 mins for black spots.
  15. Nutmeg(young) paste for marks.
  16. Sandalwood ,rose water,glycerin wash with cold water for wrinkles.
  17. Melt paraffin wax with little mustard oil and apply on affected area and leave overnight for 10-15 days for cracked heels.
cracked heels

cracked heels

  1. Oatmeal with egg white for oily skin.
  2. Cucumber and tsp each of rosewater and glycerin for sunburn.
    Acne Cysts and fistula

    Acne Cysts and fistula

  3. Mash ripe papaya and apply for 15 mins and wash for a glowing skin.
  4. Mix water and vinegar 50/50 for smelly armpits and legs.

By Dr. Akritee Sharma

Tags: acne, blemishes, cracked heels, dark circles, dry skin, oily skin, Skin Care, wrinkles

Last updated: April 14, 2014

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