Water and Baking Soda
Combine 2 tablespoons of each baking soda and water and mix well. Then, apply the resulted paste on your face and leave it to dry for 15 minutes. After the mask tightens, rinse with cool water.
The natural remedies listed below are also very effective and the positive side of these natural remedies is that they can be made of only 2-3 natural ingredients.
Cucumber, Lemon and Rosewater
Start by peeling a cucumber and then crush its flesh. Then, add a teaspoon of rosewater and a few drops of lemon juice. Put the resulted mixture in a clean cloth, fold it and then apply it to your face. At the end, wash with cool water.
Egg White and Lemon juice
Prepare your own natural face mask with a few drops of lemon juice and two egg whites. Apply the mask on your face and let it dry for a few minutes. Then, wash with cool water. This mask will help you tighten your skin pores, but also will help you remove dead skin cells and oil.
Tomato and Lime Juice
In a tomato juice add 2-4 drops of lime juice. Apply the liquid on your face using a cotton ball and let it stay on your face for 15 minutes. Then, rinse your face with cool water.
The oil from your face will be removed thanks to the acid in the lime and tomatoes that act as an astringent. Also, the mixture tightens your skin and closes your pores.
Almond and Lime Juice
Add a few almonds in a small dish of water and leave them soak during the night. In the morning, mash the almonds and make a paste. Then, add a teaspoon of lime juice into the paste. Apply it on your face and let it sit for 30 minutes. Then, wash your face with cool water.
Lemon and Pineapple Juice
Squeeze the lemon out of half a lemon and mix it with half a cup of pineapple juice. Then, soak a face cloth in the mixture and place it on your face for 5 minutes. Wash your face with cool water afterwards.
The enzymes in pineapple aid in cleansing and tightening the skin. Also, it works well with the astringent effect of the acid in the lemon juice.
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