Changes in the weather as well as seasons has maximum effects on the skin.
Skin eruptions, tanning, itchiness, roughness, acne, etc. are all part and parcel of the seasonal changes.
People with sensitive skin have the hardest time coping with the harsh seasonal impact, because no amount of imported creams, gels, face washes, or face packs seem to make any difference.
To help the skin breathe, you have to go au natural! Because, where all else fails, home remedies always come to the rescue.
Natural and organic, home remedies have curative and preventive properties that can fix up any problem in a jiffy.
So, if you're in search of something that can help you get rid of that pesky pimple that emerged out of nowhere, you've come to the right place!
Listed below, are six DIY easy home remedies that you can trust and see which suits you and your skin!
1. Aloe Vera:
You saw that coming, didn't you? Aloe Vera gel or juice is the most common and most trustworthy treatment for irritable skin or skin infections. It contains a calming ingredient that on application, tames inflammation and soothes sensitive skin. You can grow your own Aloe Vera plant at home, because pure aloe vera gel would be ideal in comparison with those you get in markets.
Again, a perfect remedy to ensure that your skin gets the proper natural treatment. Cucumber has cooling properties along with many useful ingredients to help with your skin problems including inflammation. Using cucumber on the affected area of your skin, gives it a soothing effect.
Yes, this delicious syrup is not just good for the body, but works wonders on the skin too! All you need to do is apply a thin layer on your face, keep it for 15 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water.
4. Egg and Orange:
A strange combination, no doubt, but super effective! The 'recipe' is easy. All you need is one egg yolk, 1 tsp orange juice, 1 tsp olive oil, few drops of rose water and a few drops of lime juice. Combine these ingredients together to form a liquid of thick consistency. Apply the mixture on your skin and let it sit for 15 minutes, then wash off with warm water.
Papaya pulp is a perfect substitute for any face scrub you get in the market. Just cut a few big pieces of a ripe papaya, mash it with your hands and apply on the face like a scrub. Let it sit for 15 – 20 minutes and wash off with warm water. You can do this four times in a week for best results.
If your skin feels dry and rough, Bananas are your friend. You can also soothe sensitive skin by using ripe bananas. Mash the bananas and apply the mash on your face. Rinse your face thoroughly with warm water after 10-15 minutes.
Keep your skin happy at all times!