Brighten up your dull face with these simple home remedies

​Nutmeg, Honey and Milk

Add two tablespoons of nutmeg powder to five tablespoons of milk. You can also add honey to make it more moisturizing. Apply this paste all over your face and wash it off with lukewarm water after 15 minutes. This pack will reduce your pimples, their scars, and brighten up your complexion.

Oatmeal and Curd


Mix these and apply on your face and leave for ten minutes then wash off with lukewarm water. Yogurt has lactic acid and oatmeal is the most gentle scrub ever. This face scrub gets extra points for eliminating blackheads.

Gram flour, Termeric and Honey


Add a half a teaspoon of turmeric to a tablespoon of gram flour and add a few drops of lemon.This pack can even be applied on the arms and feet to get rid of tan. Just scrub it off your arms and feet when the pack is semi-dry to get rid of dead skin. Use lukewarm water to remove the pack from face. 

Honey pack


Take honey and apply it all over your face, don’t forget to cover your lips. For a brighter, smoother and fairer skin, apply raw honey thrice a week. 

Try these simple and very easy methods to brighten your skin naturally without applying harmful chemicals .

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