Many ways to use gram flour: DIY face wash and face pack.

Lately, I was having trouble with my skin and I was not sure what was causing it. Every other day I used to find tiny pimples on my forehead and between the eyebrows and this was very annoying. Initially, I thought that it is something in my diet which is causing it and the only thing I could think of in my diet was almonds. I thought the intake of almonds is too much and this is causing it because the rest of my diet was very light which couldn’t cause it. So I stopped eating almonds but it didn’t help. The pimples were still on a rise and it was becoming very frustrating. 2 weeks have passed by and there was no improvement. It was then that I realised that there was a new face wash which I have started using from the past few weeks post which I have observed the presence of these tiny pimples. So, I stopped using the face wash and after a few days I could see the pimples diminishing from my skin. I was so happy.

In the interim I used very face wash which can be made easily at home and wouldn’t even be a hectic job. Sometimes all our skin needs is to breathe and that’s what I wanted to be done. All you need is gram flour which is readily available in our kitchen.

To use it as face wash:

Wet your face, take 2 spoons of gram flour, mix it with a few drops of water and rub it on your face as you do with your face wash in circular motion for a minute or 2. Wash it off and moisturise as required.

To use it as Face Pack:

Take 2 to 3 spoons of gram flour and mix it with a pinch of turmeric powder and some milk. Only a little milk is needed to make the consistency neither too thin nor too thick. Apply it all over your face and neck and leave it for 5-10 minutes till it dries. Wash off the face. You can use it at least twice a week to get radiant skin.


The best part is that it is beneficial for all skin types.

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