How to make haldi ceremony paste for brides with acne-prone skin

Dec 19, 2015

Quick Bites:
  • Commercially available haldi may contain chemicals.
  • Such chemicals pose risk of side effects.
  • Acne and pimples after haldi ceremony are common.
  • Homemade haldi paste are completely skin friendly.

Wedding season is here with thousands of nuptial knots tied every day. Eagerly waiting for your special day but also worried about the haldi ceremony? Well, it is a common concern among the brides who have acne prone skin as haldi ceremony may leave some unwanted pimples on their faces. While having an oily skin has its own pros and cons, quality of the haldi you use also has a lot of say. Here is how you can make a haldi paste if your skin is acne prone.


Haldi ceremony



Following is everything you may need to make your own haldi paste for your ceremony. You will need...

  • A  teaspoon of haldi
  • 2 teapsoon of green gram powder
  • 10 tulsi leaves
  • 10 mint leaves
  • ½ cucumber


The DIY recipe to prepare the paste

Add 2 teapsoon of green gram powder to haldi powder. Grate ½ cucumber, 10 leaves of mint and tulsi and add the grated paste to the mixture. Wash off your face with lukewarm water after 10 minutes. If you want to use this paste for your haldi ceremony, you will need to make more of it, so that you have enough paste to apply on your face, hands and legs.



Using this paste as a substitute to haldi in your haldi ceremony will not only help prevent acne but will also give you a natural glow.

 

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