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Orange Peel Mask

Its been a month now that I have been applying a home made dry orange peel mask to my facial skin and it glows like never before. At times I feel baby soft. Many times when I have to go out on a date or I have a party to attend all I do is apply this mask for 20-30 mins. Even If I remove it quickly after 10 mins, as it dries, it gives me a lustrous shine. It has reduced blemishes and acne which gives me a flawless look. Also I had patchy dry areas on my face that have been equalized.

Here's my ingredients:
1 teaspoon of dry orange peel
4 drops of lemon juice
1 and a half teaspoon of yogurt/curd

I prefer sour curd as it has more acidic property to remove dead layer of skin. I don't know if there are products in the market complimenting this but I like to use things I have in my kitchen. It is easy to make orange peel powder. All you have to do is have the sweet fruit and put the peel for drying. In a week you will see them rust pale and dry. Grind them finely in a mixture, and you are ready! 3-4 oranges can give you supply for the whole year. So this season, don't miss the orange!
Homemade orange peel powder

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