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Count on these DIY face packs for radiant, glowing skin

Make sure you do a patch test first to ensure you are not allergic to any ingredient even if they are 100 per cent natural, recommends beauty expert Kavita Khosa

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 13, 2020 11:00:46 am
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When it comes to skincare, it’s best to avoid chemical-laden products, and instead, go natural. Nothing can beat the magic of an ayurvedic skincare routine that has its basis rooted in the ancient Vedic culture of India, explained Kavita Khosa, founder, Purearth, and an expert on organic skincare on Tata Sky Beauty.

Let us have a look at two natural face packs that you can make at home for a chemical-free makeover.

Detox face mask

To feel rejuvenated and get glowing skin, Kavita recommends Detox Face Mask.


½ tsp – Turmeric
1 tsp – Neem powder
1 tsp – Moringa powder
1 tsp – Licorice powder
1 tsp – Majishtha
3 tsp – Multani mitti
1 tsp – Honey
2-3 tsp – Milk and water


Mix all the ingredients and apply evenly on your face. Always remember to remove your mask once it starts to crack. Do not leave it to dry completely since it takes away the moisture from your skin.

Anti-Acne Mask

Teenagers dealing with acne should avoid chemical-laden products and start using ayurvedic solutions, says Kavita.

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1 tsp – Turmeric
1 tsp – Neem powder
2 tsp – Multani mitti
½ tsp – Majishtha
3-4 tsp – Milk
1tsp – Water


Mix all the ingredients and apply on your face evenly. Let it stay for 10 minutes and then wipe it with a napkin dipped in warm water. For better results, use it three-four times a week.

Although these recipes involve natural ingredients, it’s necessary to check if you are allergic to any ingredient. Hence, do a patch test on your hand or thighs before trying these recipes, she suggested.

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