" Dharmaarthou sthreeshu lakshmishcha sthreeshu
lokaaha prathishtithaaha |
Suroopaa yauvanasthaa yaa lakshanairyaa vibhooshithaa ||
Yaa vashyaa shikshithaa yaa cha saa sthree vrishyatamaa mathaa|
" Dharma (principles), Money or Lakshmi (godess of prosperity) are present in woman. The whole world exists in woman. The woman who is beautiful, young ,educated and who is in her senses is considered as the best aphrodisiac"
We all are creations of beautiful nature. There is no word as ugly in natures' creations. The judgment of grades of beauty lies in the vision of viewer. One looks beautiful and radiant only when his inner beauty surfaces. This inner beauty is gained through yoga, meditation and use of natural beauty enhancers.
Grate raw coconut and squeeze milk out of it. Apply this milk over your lips and face. It adds grace and glow to your skin.
Cleansing the skin :
Dip a piece of cotton wool in un boiled milk and wipe on the face with it. It also cleans unseen dirt and goes down to pores.
For normal skin mix 1 tablespoon orange juice and 1 tablespoon lemon juice in a cup of yogurt, to make a paste. Apply it on face as a mask and keep it on for 15 minutes. Then clean it off with a wet tissue. This mask enhances the complexion and glow of face.
Nourishing the skin A protein mask help to nourish your skin. Soak a teaspoon of urad dal and 5-6 almonds overnight. Grind this to a fine paste apply this protein mask on face and wash it off after half an hour. This mask nourishes the facial skin and also enhances the complexion.
Preventing wrinkles :Application of pure castor oil prevents wrinkles and softens the skin. This slows down the aging process also
Home made conditioner: mix one table spoon of honey and 2 table spoon of cream. apply this mixture on face and wash it off after few minutes. It works wonders.
Removing Skin pigmentation and marks:
Rubbing a raw potato on face removes marks and pigments.
Sun-screen Lotion from kitchen:
Prepare a homogenious mixture of cucumber juice , glycerin and rose water .Apply this mixture on face. this mixture can be refrigerated.
1.Silk Cotton tree thorn paste ( For Pimples)
Ingredients :-Big thorns of Silk cotton tree., Milk
Method of preparation :-
Rub thorns briskly and circularly on a grinding stone (Available in Indian stores or temples) sprinkling milk at intervals. The paste start accumulating on grinding stone as the process continues. Collect the paste so formed and apply it as a face pack. This removes pimples and their marks.
2.Split Orange lentils (Masoor dal) Flour pack ( Gives glow to Skin)
Split orange lentils (Masoor dal flour which is available in Indian stores) flour, Milk, Ghee
Method of preparation :- Prepare a paste by mixing the flour with ghee and milk .Apply this as face pack. This enhances the glow of skin.
3.Sandal wood powder pack (Rejuvenates skin)
Ingredients:-Sandal wood powder, Turmeric powder, Milk
Method of preparation:- Mix all the ingredients to form a paste. Apply this as face pack. This rejuvenates the skin
How to get younger looking skin tomato sugar home remedies
You can remove dead skin from face with homemade scrub which is healthy and easily available. You can take care of your beauty while cooking
Cut tomato into half. Roll the raw side of tomato in a tea spoon of sugar. Rub this on facial skin in circular motion. Rub on cheeks, forehead and nose. Don’t forget the skin on sides of nose. Continue this for 5 minutes. Wash your face with plain water. Enjoy the Clean and clear facial skin.
Ripe tomatoes contain lycopene. Lycopene acts as a powerful anti oxidant. It can reduce the harmful effects of Sun’s UV radiations. This substance helps the skin to remain wrinkle free and gives young looks.
Also read Ayurveda Guide for Beautiful skin
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