Most Effective Face Peeling Mask From Ayurveda

You Don’t Need Poisonous Cosmetics To Look After Your Skin

You know the need to exfoliate your skin but if you follow Ayurveda, you will know that all those chemicals in store bought facial peels just cannot be good for you.

Thankfully, Ayurveda provides a natural solution, an effective face peeling mask, that will leave you with a healthy glow.

Make sure to clean your face thoroughly after using the peel. Accordingly, it is a good idea to use this solution before you have a shower.

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In India, turmeric is called the yellow gold and is one of the most valuable and most healing spices in the world. But not only in the kitchen. Ayurveda recommends turmeric to be used in cosmetics as well. People already now a lot about the benefits of the herbal powders for face beauty and in Ayurveda we call them UBTAN. Turmeric is a common ingredient in Ubtan and I will tell you a very simple recipe for Turmeric face peeling which is more effective and healing than any expensive peeling from the store.

Turmeric-paste

Whatever we put on our skin, in 20 min it is already in our blood stream. Using cosmetics we can protect ourselves but also induce many misbalances in our body. And this is why we offer you this exclusive natural cosmetics.

Turmeric Face Peeling Mask

  • ½ tbsp turmeric
  • 2 tbsp flour (Vata – oatmeal, Pitta – chickpea flour, Kapha – barley flour)

The powder needs to be mixed with a little water before use in order to get a mixture which you will put on your face. Massage it for minute or two on your face and neck. And then wash your face. Instead of water you can use some herbal oils (almond, oat, hazelnut, coconut etc.).

People who have dry skin may add a bit of elderberry blossom. People with oily skin may add a bit of coriander powder or lavender blossom or a bit of fresh lemon juice. People who have normal skin may add a bit of rose powder.

Source: www.turmericforhealth.com

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