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August 2016

Magical Ice cube

Applying ice cube on the face has healing effects, and is used to treat pimples. Wrap ice cube in a clean cloth, and apply it on to the pimple. Any pus that comes out while rubbing ice on the pimple should be wiped off immediately.

Skin icing also helps to refresh the face, prevent the formation of wrinkles, fight acne and blemishes and improves blood circulation.

Skin icing tightens skin and shrinks enlarged pores by unclogging the pores that look larger because of excess sebum and debris. Skin icing tones face skin and make it look smooth.

Skin icing is a skin toner and works great when applied before makeup. It minimizes the pores underneath the makeup, and the foundation looks smooth and flawless. Try icing your face and then apply your primer.

Natural ways to treat sunburn

  1. Cucumber

Grate refrigerated cucumber and apply it on your face. Not only will it soothe the burns, but its antioxidant properties will provide relief from redness, swelling and skin irritation.

  1. Aloe Vera

Fresh aloe vera juice is a magic cure for sunburn. Keep it in the refrigerator for 15 minutes, and apply it on your sun-exposed areas. Aloe Vera plant has antibacterial, soothing qualities which heal and soothe sunburns.

  1. Oatmeal

Grind a cup of oatmeal in a food processor and add it to your bath. You can also apply a powdered oatmeal and milk face pack. Wash off with cold water after 15 minutes.

  1. Apple cider vinegar

Dilute apple cider vinegar with cold water in 1:10 ratio and apply it on your face. This acts as an astringent. Thus, it helps in reducing inflammation caused due to sunburn.

  1. Raw milk

Applying raw milk to the sun-burn areas is a safe and easy cure. Mix turmeric and rose water to make it more effective. Cool this mixture in the refrigerator and apply on sunburnt areas. While rose water is a cooling agent, turmeric’s antibacterial properties heal wound and prevent skin infections.

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