The summer heat and humidity can be harsh on your skin. There’s a high chance of rashes, tans, sunburns, and eruptions breaking out on your skin. Your skin may end up being rough, dull, and darker and leave your pores clogged up with grime. This is why you need to take some extra measures to take care of your skin in al summer and retain that healthy glow. Here are a few tips on some homemade natural skin care remedies you can try this summer and enhance your skincare routine.


1. Cucumber Face Masks

After your skin has been beaten down and dulled by the summer heat, there is nothing more refreshing than a cooling cucumber face pack. Cucumber has multiple virtues, from hydrating your skin to reducing swelling or inflammations, battling early skin-aging, soothing rashes and redness of the skin, and so on. Grind a cucumber into a paste, add milk powder (not if you have oily skin), and an egg white. Keep the mask on your face and neck for thirty minutes and then wash off with cold water.

If you have combination skin this cucumber face mask is for you. Make a solution with cold milk, cucumber, and lemon juice and dab it on your skin with cotton. You can also try out a cooled mixture of mashed cucumber and sugar which is refreshing and soothing for your skin. All of these remedies will leave your skin glowing, healed, and hydrated.

2. Fuller’s Earth Clay (Multani Mitti)

Fuller’s Earth Clay or Multani Mitti has been an age-old natural remedy used in every home for cleansing their skin. The clay is often used for its bleaching properties without using any harsh chemicals. Fuller’s Earth Clay consists of charged elements that actively separate the dirt, oil, and impurities from your skin by absorbing heat.

You can use a fuller earth clay mask to fight pimples, acne, tanning, pigmentation, sunburn, rashes, blackheads, and other eruptions. It also improves your face’s blood circulation, deeply cleansing your face and removing any excess of oil and grime, brightening and evening out your skin tone. You can apply Multani Mitti with rose water or glycerin to make it into a paste.

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