• Harshita Malhotra

3 face masks with aloe vera gel for glowing skin

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The understated houseplant aloe vera is a "miracle," or wonder plant, frequently hiding in plain sight. It has long been used as a medicinal plant and nourishes the body from the inside out. It is nutrient-rich, helps with digestion, and even strengthens the immune system. Additionally, aloe vera can be applied topically, meaning that its gel can be utilised to improve one's skin, particularly the face and hair.



Aloe vera and cucumber for sensitive skin

The succulent plant, which is frequently employed in herbal treatments, promises to address all skin problems. With water as its primary ingredient, it works well as a moisturising moisturiser and as a calming agent for skin that is irritated or inflamed. The combination of aloe vera and cucumber, a go-to DIY for sensitive skin types, guarantees to treat flaky, itchy skin while also nourishing it. Take 2 teaspoons of cucumber juice or grated cucumber, 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel, and a few drops of rose water to make the recipe. Before using the mixture on your face, thoroughly combine the ingredients. Give it 20 minutes to absorb. Once it has dried, wash it off with water and then apply a little layer of cream to keep the moisture in.



Aloe vera, tomato and besan face pack

This face pack is undoubtedly the holy grail for dry skin types thanks to gramme flour's excellent exfoliating abilities, tomato's natural moisture, and aloe vera's anti-inflammatory properties. It is made by combining 1 teaspoon aloe vera gel, 2 teaspoons tomato juice, and 1 teaspoon of gramme flour. After combining the ingredients, apply the mask to your face and neck area and let it sit for 15 minutes. Now dampen the mixture and scrub the skin gently while removing it in a circular motion. Finally, thoroughly rinse it off with warm water before using any mild cream.


Papaya And Aloe vera pack

Dealing with mixture skin is a chore in and of itself because of the oily T-zone and the dry, uneven appearance of other places. Bring on the papaya and aloe vera DIY, which will be your utmost saviour for your skin. It successfully regulates sebum production and maintains the skin's moisture balance. Take 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel, 3 pieces of mashed papaya, and a few drops of rose water to prepare the face pack. Mix the natural mixture thoroughly before applying it to the face and neck. After allowing it dry for 10 to 15 minutes, remove it with water and finish with a mild moisturiser.