11/16Stay hydrated

Stay hydrated

Water is one of the best ways to improve the complexion of your skin. Staying hydrated can do a whole lot of good. Drink at least eight glasses a day. You'll start to notice a drastic difference if you drink water regularly. Water is one of the things most people skip out on, even though it is the most important beverage we need for a host of reasons.

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12/16Tomato, Lemon Juice, And Honey

Tomato, Lemon Juice, And Honey

For this one, you'll need 1 tablespoon tomato juice (or blended pulp), 2-3 drops lemon juice and 1 tablespoon honey. Mix all the ingredients well until they form a thick paste. Apply this paste to your face and let it sit for a good 15 minutes before rinsing it off. While tomatoes are rich in Vitamin A which can fight off blemishes and dark spots, honey works as a natural humectant and keeps your skin soft and smooth.


13/16Milk powder

Milk powder

Milk powder could help to brighten your complexion because it contains lactic acid. This simple face pack is easy to use. It will also keep the skin hydrated and get rid of dead skin cells. All you need is two teaspoons of milk powder and a tablespoon of orange juice to make it. Mix the ingredients well before you apply it on your face. Let it completely dry before you wash it off with lukewarm water.


14/16Turmeric, yoghurt, and lemon juice

Turmeric, yoghurt, and lemon juice

Yoghurt and lemon help to improve your complexion and make you look radiant. Meanwhile, the turmeric contains powerful antioxidants that can help protect against free radical damage. Tackle your uneven skin tone issues by mixing two tablespoons of plain yoghurt, a teaspoon of turmeric, and half a teaspoon of lemon juice. Once you have made it into a nice smooth paste, gently massage the mixture on your face in circular motions. Let it completely dry before you wash it off with water.


15/16Lemon, sugar and coconut oil

Lemon, sugar and coconut oil

Lemon juice contains astringent properties, which helps to reduce dark spots and blemishes. Meanwhile, the sugar gets rid of dead skin cells and the coconut oil moisturizes the skin. To make this scrub, combine a teaspoon of coconut oil with a tablespoon of granulated sugar. Add half a teaspoon of lemon juice to the mix. Massage this blend well on to your face before you wash it with warm water.


16/16Baking Soda, milk and gram flour

Baking Soda, milk and gram flour

Milk is gentle on the skin and can help get rid of dead skin cells. It is also suitable to use on almost all skin types. Meanwhile, baking soda exfoliates the skin and the gram flour helps to make it firm. For this treatment, you will need two teaspoons of goat's milk and a teaspoon each of gram flour and baking soda. Let this combo dry out on skin before you wash it with cool water.