Skin Care Secrets Around The World – Sri Lanka

In today’s post of Skin Care Secrets, we are traveling together to Sri Lanka in order to discover the natural herbal skin care secrets. Ancient remedies are passed through generations. Have in mind that Sri Lankan has highly affected by Ayurveda which is an alternative medicine with historical Indian roots that have been connected with wellness. In this travel, we are going to discover new things.





I am a big fan of Ayurvedic remedies, I love them as much as cats Japanese love sushi. I am a big fan of ancient and traditional skin care remedies. Our ancestors have had an incredible cleverness, on everything. From building spectacular monuments, run a land to taking care of their bodies without the technology, tools and whatever we have at our disposal.

[Read also: Skin Care Secrets Around The World- Japan]

However, we should start stealing Sri Lanka Skin Care Secrets, so keep reading and learning»




Go Away Mrs. Acne

 

Tools
Spoon
Blender
Face mask brush (optional)

 

Ingredients
6-9 tablespoons of fresh organic Aloe Vera Gel
4 tablespoons of Turmeric powder
3 tablespoons of organic Rose Water
1 tablespoon of Gram or Rice flour




How To

1. As most of Sri Lankan women, grab a leaf from your Aloe Vera Cactus (if you don’t have, I sincerely suggest you buy an Aloe Vera plant for its benefits) and cut it in half, from its side. With a tablespoon take out 6-9 tablespoons of its gel.

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2. Add the gel, along with the turmeric powder and rose water in a blender. Turn it on a medium speed until aloe vera gel will dissolve and the three ingredients will be well combined.

3. Add the Gram or Rice flour into the blender until the mixture will be enough smooth.

4. Add more rosewater or flour if needed.

5. Apply the mask with your fingers or a brush for a better hygiene. Leave this mask for approximately 20 minutes and wash with lukewarm water.

**You can use a fork to mix the ingredients but a blender will combine them faster and better.




Welcome Brighter Skin

 

This mask is full of antioxidants and vitamins (A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, b6, B12), folic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, iron, high in hydration and moisturization properties and many other goodies so take notes and steal this Sri Lanka DIY mask. Have in mind that this mask is used by Sri Lankan women, not only to brighten their skin but also to moisturize dry skin, reduce acne and fine lines.

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Tools
Spoon
Bowl
Blender (optional)
Face mask brush (optional)

Ingredients
2 tablespoons of fresh organic Aloe Vera Gel
1 tablespoon of organic virgin coconut oil
1 tablespoon of organic Honey
1-2 teaspoons of fresh lime juice




How To

1. As most of Sri Lanka women, grab a leaf from your Aloe Vera Cactus (if you don’t have, I sincerely suggest you buy an Aloe Vera plant for its benefits) and cut it in half, from its side. With a tablespoon take out 6-9 tablespoons of its gel.

2. Add the gel, along with the rest of ingredients into the blender until the mixture will be enough smooth.

3. Apply the mask with your fingers or a brush for a better hygiene. Leave this mask for approximately 20 minutes and wash with lukewarm water.

**You can use a fork to mix the ingredients but a blender will combine them faster and better.

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Kohomba

I have never heard about Kohomba Tree before but also is well known as Neem Tree and is grown mainly in Sri Lanka. This tree is high in medical benefits and Sri Lankan used to grow them next to their houses in order to have direct access to its benefits.

Nevertheless, this weird tree – for me – it is high in moisturization properties, it treats acne, cures breakouts, high in antiseptic properties, reduces whiteheads and the minimize the appearance of pores!

Try to combine 2 tablespoons of Kohomba powder with 1 tablespoon of organic coconut oil in order to make a quick face mask. Can’t wait to try this powder!

 

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Black Seed Oil

I also have never heard about it the Black Seed Oil either. We are traveling and learning together. Black Seed is well known as Baraka Seeds and Habbatul Baraka (which means Blessed Seed). The Black Seed is more a description than its original name which is Black Cumin Seeds.

 

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Sri Lankan people love it not only because they can get rid of acne with it but also it smoothes dry skin, acts as a great moisturization, is rich in antioxidants (fights wrinkles and fine line), treats eczema, and thickens eyelashes and eyebrows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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