I have recently been dealing with occasional cystic acne and thus I am doing experiments a lot of new recipes, some known and some invented. Earlier I have shared my 1 Week challenge to fight with acne and acne-spots, but this time it is only about clearing the spots. Sometimes we poke our acnes intentionally or unintentionally and the result becomes very much ugly. But how much we care for those spots for healing rather than we prefer concealing; often even concealing does not work especially in summer-time when sweating melts away the makeup from our skin. So, if you want a naturally clear skin, do stay here for next few minutes.
- 1 clean bowl.
- 1 tablespoon of fresh milk cream or malai (preferably directly separated from whole milk rather than store bought)
- Pinch of turmeric.
- 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
- 2 tablespoons of chickpea flour/besan.
Method: Add all the ingredients in a clean bowl and start applying it on the face. Also you can only apply it on to the needed area. Since it has fresh cream in it, it will be little bit sticky or hard spread on the skin but you will get there. Keep it for 15 to 20 minutes on the skin and wash it off with bit of scrubbing the pack, if you have combination to oily skin, use a mild face wash after it, and if you have dry skin, you can leave it that way to keep your skin moisturized.
- Use this pack for 3-4 days and your spots will be almost gone and if continued, it will vanish.
- You can see the positive result after first time.
- Using the top level of your whole milk (after boiling) called as malai will help in lightening the spots while restoring the moisture in your skin, as these area can become very dry and flaky.
- Lemon juice will also help in clearing the darkness of the spots.
- Turmeric will primarily fight with the leftover germs in the acne area and then try to lighten the spots.
Do try this pack and let me know if it helped you. And, if you have any queries or doubts, feel free to drop me your message in the contact form at the right side bar of this website.