Lemon Face Masks for fresh and bright skin

by THE INDIAN SPOT

Lemon has amazing beauty benefits. The citrus fruit works as an antibacterial and antioxidant, that helps to protects the skin from free radical damage, repairs cells, and speeds up new skin generation. Try these amazing face masks using lemon that will only take few mins to whip up to pamper and nourish your skin and also, make a lemon detox drink to add a healthy glow to your skin.

Lemon Face Masks for fresh and bright skin

Let’s look at the nutrients found in lemon and see how they interact with your skin:

  • Citric acid – Shrinks and tightens pores. treats acne and pimples, brighten and lighten skin, fades dark spots, blemish and scars
  • Vitamin C – Promotes skin elasticity.
  • Anti-bacterial – helps to cure and prevent acne breakouts.

QUICK, DIY FACIAL FOR CLEAR SKIN.

Soft & Smooth – Lemon-Olive oil Face Mask –

You will need:

  • Lemon Juice
  • Olive Oil

Create a facial that both exfoliates and moisturizes the skin, by mixing the juice from 1 lemon with 1/4 cup olive oil. Apply the mask with a cotton ball on the skin and rinse off after 10-15mins. Olive oil is rich in anti oxidants that will moisturize while lemon will brighten the skin.

Cleanse & exfoliate – Lemon-Honey Mask –

You will need:

  • Honey
  • Lemon

Combine a tbsp of honey and lemon in a bowl and mix well. Use it all over the face for few mins to lighten acne marks as well as deep clean any impurities.

Lift & Tighten – Lemon-Egg white –

You will need:

  • Lemon Juice
  • Egg white

Beat lemon juice and egg white until smooth. Spread on your face and neck. Leave on for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. This mask is best suited for all skin types and will treat wrinkles for a tight, firm skin.

Warning:

Lemon juice is a generally safe natural treatment, but as with all herbal remedies, if you’ve got any serious skin problems or you’re allergic to lemons, don’t use this treatment. Never expose the skin to the bright sun after applying lemon on it. Lemon juice can make your skin extra sensitive to sunlight, resulting in discoloration or burns.

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