Try these homemade maida masks to make your skin firmer and brighter
Maida or refined flour is a common kitchen ingredient and can be found in almost every Indian kitchen.
No matter how much you think the gluten in maida is bad for your health, it turns out to be good for your face.
From removing sunburn to improving fine lines, refined flour can also help treat moderate pigmentation.
What makes maida an ideal choice for beauty DIY is its anti-aging properties, which can make your skin firmer, firmer, and softer by increasing collagen levels. If you are persuaded to try this unremarkable ingredient, we have prepared some masks that you can prepare with maida at home to get the flawless skin you always wanted.
For dry skin, mix equal amounts of flour, honey, and a little milk into a paste to prepare a mask.
Apply it on the face that has just been cleansed to brighten the complexion and bring back moisture.
You can add turmeric, honey/olive oil, and refined flour to a thick paste for acne-prone skin.
Due to the antibacterial properties of honey and turmeric, regular use of this mask will help reduce acne inflammation.
The flour will help remove impurities from the skin by treating clogged pores.
To remove skin tanning, mix the curd with maida until well mixed, then leave it on your face until it is completely dry. Rinse off with cold water, revealing fresh and even skin without tan lines.
For younger-looking skin, you can try mixing refined flour with aloe vera. As we all know, aloe vera is a good source of antioxidants and vitamins. This mask can soothe the skin and help it rejuvenate. In addition, it can restore the moisture content of the skin and provide you with a firming effect.
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