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Natural Remedies For Skin Cells:

Besan (Gram Flour) :

Apply daily besan paste on your face and give a gentle massage on your skin (at

least 5 mins) and wash off all the paste. Besan makes your skin cells alive and

remove oil and dirt from your skin in a natural way. It is good for acne and





Aloe Vera:

Aloe Vera is one of the best remedy for dry and sun-burned skins. It

can be used as anti-bacterial or anti-fungal purpose. For people, having

acne, abrasions or cuts could use Aloe Vera for curing purpose.

You can use it in the form of gel and apply on your skin as a face mask.

It can improve your skin cells within few weeks.


Honey glows your skin and it is best for dry skins. It has an ability to

retain moisture in your skin cells and keep it smooth and fresh.

Apply honey on your skin as a mask or give a gentle massage on your

face and then face wash.


Mud Mask or Multani Miti:

Multani miti or mud mask is good for sun-burned skins. It is highly

recommended for oily skins. It removes oil from skin cells and soothes it.

If you have acne or scars on your face then use it on daily basis and you

will find significant effect on your face.


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