This month we have been bombarded with reasons to get out and this is also called Omicron Rise. And with that, we are more careful and think twice before leaving. If you’re someone like me who isn’t ready to visit a salon to clean and pamper anytime soon, let’s see what your kitchen looks like when you renovate it into a makeshift salon.
Whether you’re looking for shine or want to remove excess and unwanted facial hair, let us help you gradually say hello to the former and dismiss the latter. Are you ready to prepare natural recipes at home? Patience is still key here. Let’s start now!
The first recipe: sugar and lemon juice
2 tablespoons of sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
Mix the above ingredients to form a thick paste. Add water as needed. Once you’re done, put it on the stove to warm it up a bit. Let it cool down a bit and then apply it to your face. Be gentle when applying to the area with the most facial hair. Rinse with lukewarm water after 10 minutes. Sugar does the tricky job of extracting hair, while lemon is the natural bleaching agent. Perform the hair removal procedure yourself no more than twice a week.
The second recipe: banana and oatmeal
2 1/2 tablespoons oatmeal
1 ripe banana
Put the oatmeal and banana together in a bowl and make a smooth paste. Oatmeal is the hero’s secret hair removal agent and an exfoliator here that helps keep excess hair in check and remove dead skin. Banana is the ultimate moisturizer that eliminates dryness. Wait 15 minutes, rinse well, clean with water, and pat dry. Do not rub the skin too much with any mixture, it will only damage it.
The third recipe: turmeric, Milk, and papaya
2 tablespoons of papaya pulp
1/2 tablespoon of turmeric
Combine all the ingredients to coordinate your mask. Turmeric and papaya are the main depilatory agents that can hinder hair growth. Add the milk according to your preference, do not add an excessive amount. Apply it on your skin and leave it for 15 minutes. Wash it off and embrace the glow.
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