5 Minute Remedies To Get Rid Of Dry Skin On The Nose

Dry skin on the nose can be extremely painful to handle, especially in the summer season. It is important to look after your skin with care, which can only be done with the help of natural ingredients.

Today, Boldsky shares with you some of the best and very effective home remedies to use around the nose region, if the skin in dry.

By using these ingredients on the nose, it will also help to clear the skin tone as well, making you look beautiful and fair.

Surprised? Well, in the ancient times, most Indians used these remedies on their skin to treat dryness. What is more interesting is that some of these ingredients can also be added to chemical-based products sold in the market too.

5 Minute Remedies To Get Rid Of Dry Skin On The Nose

Aloe vera is a basic necessity that is good for any skin type. Using aloe vera on the face will also look after your wrinkles, causing them to decrease and fade away in no time.

So, wait no more, take a look at some of these five-minute remedies to get rid of dry skin on the nose.

Do share them as well, and ditch those chemically treated creams and ointments that deck the stores:

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera:
Cut a fresh piece of aloe vera. Slit the aloe vera leaf into two parts and use the fresh gel on the nose. Gently massage the gel on the nose in an upward direction. Allow it to dry for a minute or two and rinse it with water. Repeat this remedy after an hour.

Tomato Juice

Tomato Juice:
Tomato is high in vitamin C, which makes this natural ingredient healthy for the skin. Grind the tomato to pulp and apply it on to your nose. Let the pulp dry on the skin and when dry, gently wipe the pulp out. Wash your face with cold water after 10 minutes and repeat if necessary.

Milk Cream

Milk Cream:
Store one cup of milk cream in the fridge for an hour. When it is cold enough, massage the cream on the dry skin. Massage the cream in an upward direction and allow it to dry. Since the cream is oily, you first need to wipe the cream off the skin with a wet cotton ball. After half an hour, rinse your face and repeat this procedure the next day if needed.

Orange Pulp:

Orange Pulp:
This is an effective remedy, but it is not good for those who have a sensitive skin. In this five-minute remedy, all you need to do is to apply the pulp of the fresh orange on the nose. Wait for it to dry and then rinse it off with cold water. This ingredient might burn a little, so be careful as to how much you apply on the skin.

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Story first published: Saturday, March 5, 2016, 21:30 [IST]
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