How much do you care about your SKIN?

Isn’t it exhausting?! Constantly worrying about skin that breaks out and not knowing which products to use?

It is a fact that it is completely normal for all skin types to break out, leave marks, and catch a tan. The only difference is some skin types are more prone to it than others. However, this fact doesn’t stop us from stressing out about the wedding or party we need to attend and this tan or marks that just WON’T go away!!

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Stop relying on products that models on TV talk about because they usually either fail to work or take way too much time! Plus, you never really know what their side effects are gonna be.

Here are some home remedies that I frequently follow at home to keep my skin clear and radiant and trust me, they work!

TOMATO FOR TAN

Just got back from the farmhouse or a beach party? You had a great time but now stuck with a tan that just won’t go!

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Don’t worry! Just cut a tomato in half and massage it on your face, hands and wherever you feel you want to remove your tan from. Let it stay for 40-60 minutes and wash your face with clear water and you’ll instantly see the difference.

Repeat this once, daily for immediate results.

Fresh, red and farm cultivated tomatoes are available at all branches of  Imtiaz Super Market.

Honey and Lemon

Here’s another tip for tan. Lemon has acidic qualities which is why it is known to cut tan. You can massage it directly on your face but if you have sensitive and acne skin, there’s a chance of irritability for which, you should rather squeeze it into a tablespoon of honey and then apply it on your face.

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This will help you cut off tan and make your skin feel smooth to the touch.

You can also add lemon to tomatoes and make a paste to apply on your face.

Desi lemons of good quality with a good amount of citrus are available at  Imtiaz Super Market along with genuine honey; factory and home-made.

Ubtan Mask with some additions!

Okay so, this is my personal favorite and I make and apply this mask thrice a week!

What I do is that instead of a plain ubtan mask made in water, I shuffle and add some ingredients are known to be useful for various reasons. So this is how it goes;

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  • Take a bowl and pour a tablespoon of milk
  • Squeeze half a lemon into in
  • Add one teaspoon of honey
  • Add one teaspoon of Aloe Vera gel
  • Add Ubtan powder and mix it all to make a medium texture paste that is neither too thick nor too watery

Apply this on your face and neck for 20-30 minutes and then rinse it off with water. For a whole facial routine, wash your face with an herbal or medically proven, gentle soap or face wash before applying this mask.

All brands of milk, genuine brands of honey, natural and organic ubtan, desi and imported lemon and good quality Aloe gel, all are available at all stores of Imtiaz Super Market along with herbal and organic soaps and face washes that are good for your skin.

These remedies are personally practiced by me regularly and since they are all-natural ingredients, they have no side effects, whatsoever!

 Imtiaz Super Market cares about you and your demands. And so do I. which is why you have these tremendous remedies in hand now and all YOU gotta do is head to your nearest  Imtiaz Super Market outlet NOW and start shopping for your skin and working for it!

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  1. Corinne says:

    Thanks for finally talking about >How much do you care about your SKIN?
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    1. Thanks for the amazing feedback and use easy tips at home… Stay tuned for more blogs!

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