We are all stuck amid this lockdown, but isn’t it the best period to rejuvenate your skin? Some of us had been dealing with acne on a daily basis. Can we even blame ourselves, given the amount of dust and dirt, we struggle with on a daily basis?
Thousands of products may be bought for cleansing, toning or moisturising for our daily CTM routine? But how many products have truly been fruitful? Honestly, we won’t even run away from accepting to the wish list we create every month and spend hefty sums as soon as the paycheck is received every month. Getting back to dealing with acne-prone skin, it isn’t that tough anymore. Also, it’s totally worth a try when there’s no money involved!
The main ingredient you need here is Neem leaves, and… that’s it. Create a toner at home, apply it twice a day (morning and night) and you can witness the changes in your skin within a few days. But how do you make a toner? Follow the procedures below:
1. Get around 25-30 pieces of neem leaves, and wash it properly with water. Basically, what you need is to ensure there’s no dirt or unhealthy particles left on it.
2. Take a pan with 250-300 ml of water (don’t worry, a lot of it is going to evaporate too, so that’s not TOOO much!)
3. Boil the leaves for about 10 minutes and you’ll witness the water turn yellowish in colour.
4. Let it cool down. Once that happens, filter and transfer the content into a bottle spray.
Something to keep in mind is that your toner should just be enough to be used for a week. If the time limit crosses, and you see there’s some amount left – simply spill it in the bin!
Spray your face every morning and night after you wash your face.
NOTE: Make sure to let the neem toner settle down itself, rather than wiping it with a tissue or a towel.
Neem since ages is known to have healing properties. Not only is it expected to reduce acne on your skin, but also remove blemishes (if any).
Hope y’all try our simple no-cost method to get rid of the acnes. Let us know in the comment section below if you tried the Neem toner and witnessed any difference?
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