The magical secret of the East Indian women’s skin is coffee and curcuma mask, which has a very versatile use in beauty care.
This simple mask is efficient to treat acne, bumpy skin, wrinkles and excessive body or facial hair.
- 1 teaspoon flour – an important ingredient, because the color in the curcuma will transfer to the flour instead of your skin.
- ½ teaspoon curcuma – if you add too much curcuma, it will stain your skin. If this happens, you can remove the stains with a cotton swab dipped in lemon water.
- ½ teaspoon instant coffee – if your skin is not sensitive, you can use ground coffee as well.
- A few drops of water to obtain a paste
Spread the mixture onto the skin of your face and neck, leaving out the area around the eyes. Leave the mask on until it dries and then wash it off. You skin will become slightly ruddy after the treatment because of the enhanced blood circulation, but this is not a problem. In fact, improved blood circulation helps the production of collagen and the regeneration of your skin. The result with regular use will be beautiful, glowing, soft and silky smooth skin. If you use this mask twice a week, you will experience significant improvement in the quality of your skin within a month. Try it out!
If you have cellulite, you can use this mask on the affected areas, as it is very efficient in improving the texture of the skin and in diminishing skin blemishes and scars. Pay attention, though, to the additives in the curcuma you use; if there is artificial coloring added to it, you can make yourself into a pretty scary Halloween character, even if you use flour in the mixture. And, if you leave out flour altogether, you will wear the mask for several days.