DIY: SKIN TAN REMOVAL USING NATURAL PRODUCTS! | Part 2
People (knock knock).. People (knock knock).. People (knock knock)..!
Oh! You might be thinking that I wrote that by mistake, eh? Well, you won’t if you’re obsessed with The Big Bang Theory! 😀
No matter how many times you watch the episodes it’s like you’d laugh the same way you laughed watching it for the first time 🙂
If you still don’t know what I’m talking about, you better watch it 😉 I’m sure you’ll like it.
Now, as promised in the last post, here is the extension of the same. One of my friends has been learning swimming these days and she was really worried about the tan which is the aftereffect of swimming!
So, I did some research and thought to share with you all.
Coconut oil/water will be really helpful if applied before going to swimming and after that too. It’s the easiest thing which one could do comfortably and quickly. I’ve heard that islanders have been using coconut oil to prevent themselves for years!
Homemade tan protection lotion:
A mixture of equal quantities of olive oil and almond oil with four times the same quantity of sesame oil has been proven to be very effective in tan removal. So, get up and run to the store to grab all kinds of oils! 😀
Wheat flour bran:
You heard it right! This would be one thing for which you can’t even pretend of not having ^_^. It would be found in each and every household (at least in India). The wheat flour bran are rich in fiber content and when mixed with milk/water [depending upon skin type; do not use milk if the skin is excessively oily], it works like wonders!
Just apply the paste on your face for 15-20 minutes and wash with cold water and see the results 🙂
Tomato says I’m good:
Tomato juice(with the seeds) when mixed with little amount of honey works as a really good scrub and helps removing tan easily!
Moreover, make sure that the pool you’re using is cleaned regularly and the water does not have excessive chlorine in it.
Well, I hope you all are drinking enough water and staying safe from sun.
Cya soon. 🙂
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