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Malai (Milk Cream) For Treating Dry Skin In Winter

BY SOMREETA MUKHERJEE

Dry skin can cause so much trouble during the winters. Skin looks dry, dull and dehydrated all the time! It is November already and there is chill in the air. In case you haven’t started caring for your dry skin, get going fast! Whenever dry skin is in question, somehow we can never underestimate the power of malai or milk cream. Keep reading to know how can use this household product to pamper your skin this winter.

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EXFOLIATE YOUR SKIN

Doing away with dead skin cells is absolutely important to make your skin look healthy. Use malai next time you wish to scrub your skin clean. Mix a teaspoon of wheat bran with enough malai to make a creamy gooey mixture. Apply on face and neck. Wait for 15 minutes. Scrub off gently and notice how your skin glows.

 

FACE PACK TO CLEANSE YOUR SKIN

Mix milk cream, besan and milk together to whip up a creamy face pack. Apply on face and wait for 10-15 minutes. While rinsing, use circular motions and wash thoroughly with water. This face pack with skin cleansing properties helps remove impurities, hydrate your skin and leave it soft.

 

USE IT AS A NATURAL MOISTURIZER

Malai nourishes you skin and moisturizes it in the best way possible. Mix Malai with a few drops of honey and massage your skin with the concoction. Wash off after 5 minutes. Your skin gets instant relief from dryness.

 

USE IT FOR FACE PACK TO MAKE SKIN RADIANT

Wish to make your dry skin look glowing and radiant? Again, malai comes to your rescue. Mix a teaspoon of malai with a teaspoon of crushed rose petals. Mix well and apply on face. Wash off after 15 minutes.

 

So, why not use malai to make your skin look beautiful this winter? It is so easy to use malai on face and get radiant skin, naturally!

 

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