We truly believe and swear by grandma’s beauty remedies! They are super effective, all natural and super gentle yet potent. Ayurveda remedies are all natural and uses most of your kitchen products. In a look out for some natural beauty fixes? Look no further than your own kitchen!
CINNAMON FOR BLACKHEADS
Cinnamon has great anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effects. It also has exfoliating properties that help buff away blackheads gradually. Simply make a paste using cinnamon powder and enough honey and scrub it on blackhead prone areas and rinse off.
TURMERIC FOR ACNE
Turmeric has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties that help heal acne. You can add a pinch turmeric to 1 teaspoon gram flour and enough milk to make a thin paste. Use it as a 20 minute facial mask.
POTATO FOR PIGMENTATION
Potato is long known for its anti-pigmentation and brightening benefits. You can simply take a fresh potato slice and rub it on pigmented areas and also place it under your eyes for dark circles.
MILK FOR SUN BURN
Milk has soothing and healing properties. If you get sunburn, you can apply chilled milk on it. You can also add milk in your bath tub and soak in.
COCONUT OIL FOR YELLOW TEETH
Coconut oil is a great ingredient for cleansing your teeth and remove yellow stains. You can either mix coconut oil with baking soda to make your own toothpaste or do oil pulling.
ALMOND OIL FOR SOFT SKIN
Almond oil makes skin super soft and heals dryness. You can massage your skin with pure almond oil or add a few drops in your regular moisturizer.
LEMON FOR DANDRUFF
Lemon has astringent, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. It can help eradicate dandruff to a great extent. Simply make lemon water by adding 1 whole lemon juice to 2 cups water and using it as a last hair rinse. You can also add lemon juice to your regular homemade hair masks.
COFFEE FOR CELLULITE
Coffee helps improve blood circulation and reduce cellulite gradually. You can make a coffee scrub with 1 cup coffee grounds and enough coconut oil. Use it as a pre- shower scrub.
OATMEAL FOR DRY SKIN
Oatmeal has great soothing and moisturizing benefits. It helps heal dry skin patches. You can make a body mask or face mask using oatmeal flour and enough yogurt or milk to make a paste. Use it as a 20 minute mask.
TOMATO FOR SKIN GLOW
Tomato has astringent properties and is rich in vit C that helps add glow to the skin. You can cut a tomato in half and massage it on your skin for 20 minutes and rinse off. Alternatively, mix tomato puree with little yogurt ans use it as a 15 minute mask.