DIY Beauty: Milk Face Mask Recipes for Bright, Glowing Skin
| Martha Stewart
Milk can do wonders for your face, it hydrates dry skin, exfoliates mature skin, soothes irritated skin and lightens dark skin. Read this article to know about following 9 dermatologist-recommended benefits of using milk for the face, that is either time-tested or science-tested! Milk has a unique ability to remove the oil-soluble impurities with the help of fat-soluble enzyme lipase, protein-based impurities with the help of protease and dead skin cells with lactic acid. Milk is truly a wholesome moisturiser with water, fat and proteins that can replenish the lost natural moisturising factors of dry skin type. You can use the by-product of milk, clarified butter Ghee as a moisturiser for dry skin on your face and body.
Le’Skin Milk Face Cream
Raw milk has numerous benefits for skin including softening rough skin, deep cleansing pores, oil control action, killing off germs, hydrating and gently exfoliating skin. Milk has been used in beauty treatments since ancient times. Cleopatra, the Egyptian princess bathed in milk baths to attain glorious soft skin. Milk baths have since then been used by ancient English noble women to achieve beautiful skin. Raw milk is rich in so many nutrients that haven't been destroyed by boiling.
Who needs those expensive spa products when you've got milk in the house? Milk baths have been around for centuries—millenia, even—and for good reason: It hydrates and replenishes the skin, leaving it glowing and radiant. So skip that bowl of cereal and let's get beautifying! To get good skin with milk, make a milk bath by adding 1 to 3 gallons of milk to a hot bath. Then, soak in your milk bath for 15 to 20 minutes to get a more radiant look.