DIY Jaggery Brown Sugar Mask to Remove Blemishes & Dark Spots
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Above: Sheetal Rawal, scientist (human genetics) & founder of Apsara Skin Care
Need something to sweeten your foods, but don’t want to risk consuming anything overly processed or refined? Try jaggery! Jaggery, also known as “gur” in Hindi is a type of unrefined sugar that has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. Not only can it be used as a natural sweetener, but it can also work wonders on your skin. Jaggery has the ability to soften your skin and make it look more flawless.
In this episode of the podcast, you will learn how to make a DIY jaggery-based face mask to get a soft, blemish-free complexion. Over time, using a face mask like this one - or one of Apsara Skin Care’s face masks, such as the Papaya & Sugar Mask - can help exfoliate your skin so that imperfections like blemishes and dark spots look more diminished in appearance. To find out how to make this home remedy, please listen to this episode.
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Go natural. It is good karma!