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5 Face Masks To Beat Summer!

Summer skin care is very important. The skin needs regular cleansing, toning and moisturizing to maintain the glowing skin naturally. Also the sun tan can spoil the glow on your face. To beat the summer heat, there are several cosmetic products available in the market. Here are few useful summer face mask recipes to beat the scorching heat.

Summer face masks to beat the heat:

Cucumber mask: This is one of the most commonly used vegetables to feel the cooling effect on the skin. Cucumber provides a cooling effect and can be used by any skin type. This facial mask can be prepared easily at home. Just mash a cucumber and add rose water. You can also add glycerin if your skin is dry. Apply on the face and neck and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse with cold water and let ti air dry.

Strawberries fruit mask: To get a glowing skin and reduce sun tan, apply the berries fruit mask on summer. Mash few strawberries and add a drop of olive oil, rose water and 1 tbsp sugar. You can also add milk. Mix and apply on the face and neck. Leave for 20 minutes and rinse with cold water.

Lemon yogurt: This is an easy summer face mask to freshen the face and reduce sun tan. To beat the summer heat, apply this face mask everyday. Lemon exfoliates the skin, removes dead cells and helps get a glowing skin naturally. Whisk yogurt and add few drops of lemon. You can also add bengal gram (besan) and cream to make the refreshing summer facial mask.

Papaya milk mask: To get rid of the summer heat, mash a ripe papaya and add milk. You can also add few drops of lemon juice and rose water. Apply on the face and let it dry. Rinse with cold water and then feel fresh!

Tomato mask: Take a tomato and apply on the face. Rub and leave the tomato juice on the face for 15 minutes. Let it dry and then rinse with milk and then cold water. Your skin freshens and makes beats heat.

Try these summer face masks to beat the heat and feel cool and fresh instantly. You can also remove sun tan with these facial masks.

Read more about: facial skin care beauty
Story first published: Thursday, March 1, 2012, 14:54 [IST]
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