Are skincare issues like dark spots and pigmentation troubling you? Worry not, we are here with a simple, dermatologist-approved remedy that will help you get healthy, clear and glowing skin. So check out the wonder remedy dermatologist-cosmetologist Dr Geetika Mittal Gupta suggested on her Instagram recently.
“Are you struggling with dark spots and pigmented skin? Not anymore! If you have had enough and want to move on to something more natural to fight skin woes like dark spots and pigmentation, then it’s time to use liquorice powder,” she said.
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Are you struggling with dark spots and pigmented skin? Not anymore! If you have enough and want to move on to something more natural to fight skin woes like dark spots and pigmentation, then it's time to use Licorice powder. Ingredients: – 1 tablespoon Licorice Powder – 1/2 tablespoon Sandalwood Powder – 2 tablespoon Yogurt – 1/2 tablespoon honey Method: -In a bowl, mix all the ingredients together to make a smooth paste. -Apply the face mask all over your face -Wash it off after it dries off Apply this twice a week to see visible results. . . . #diy #diysunday #doityourself #skincare #skincaretips #skincareroutine #darkspots #sunspots #pigmentation #acnescars #hyperpigmentation #melanin #licoricepowder #drgeetika #isaacluxe #vogueskinexpert
1 tbsp – Licorice powder
½ tbsp – Sandalwood powder
2 tbsp – Yoghurt
½ tbsp – Honey
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*In a bowl, mix all the ingredients together to make a smooth paste.
*Apply the mask all over your face.
*Wash it off after it dries.
How is liquorice powder effective?
*Liquorice or mulethi contains antioxidants like glabridin and licochalcone which are soothing to the skin and also help fight ageing.
*Glabridin inhibits tyrosinase, the enzyme that causes pigmentation in response to sun exposure.
*Liquorice extract is a natural skin lightening alternative to chemical hydroquinone.
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