Fuller’s Earth Remedy to Balance Combination Skin

 By Sheetal Rawal

Combination skin is characterized by skin that may be oily in some areas, but dry or normal in others. It is effectively a ‘combination’ of different skin types. Although establishing skincare practices for this skin type may sound difficult, Apsara has multiple DIY remedies and combination skin product recommendations for individuals to use in an effort to combat both blackhead eruptions and issues that come with taking care of combination skin.

In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with you a simple home remedy to balance out combination skin. The remedy prominently features Fuller’s Earth for skin (also known as Multani Mitti), nutmeg powder, and tomato juice. Fuller’s Earth clay benefits skin by acting as a detoxifier which also reduces the appearance of blackheads and whiteheads and decongests clogged pores. On the other hand, nutmeg has anti-inflammatory, skin-pacifying properties while tomato juice is an important source of vitamin C – an antioxidant that aids in free radical damage repair. The Fuller's earth remedy can be used once a week and should be followed up with an adequate toner, serum, or lotion afterward. In addition to the remedy, the Neem Facial Cleanser is designed to balance out combination skin and like all Apsara products, contains no harsh chemicals.

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