Skin whitening face mask

Hey folks,

I am back with another beauty blog which is about a face pack that I used and tested when I was in Kerala. Here I am talking about a DIY skin whitening mask which I now use it on my beach days when my skin gets tanned.
So yeah, during my vacation this time I had been running around a lot, for purchasing my home stuffs (being unable to avoid sun). My skin has gradually gotten much darker, and I was wondering if I could possibly get my natural skin color back? This is when my aunt suggested me to use a skin whitening home made face mask and it really works well for tanned skin.

All you need are two simple ingredients from your kitchen-

1. Papaya – Papaya is very rich in Vitamin A and it not only cleanses your skin but also make your skin glow. It contains rejuvenating enzymes that exfoliate your skin to provide you a glowing complexion.

2. Lemon– As you all know, Lemons are rich in vitamin C and citric acid, so they can help brighten and lighten your skin when used regularly.


Mix both these ingredients in a  bowl and apply it on clean dry face and wash off after 30 minutes. I like to use it once or twice a week.

Isn’t this face pack a really simple one? It works very well for tanned skin and helps in skin whitening.
So if you guys wanna watch a video to see me making and applying it, here it is ⬇️

As you can see from the video, it looks like a watery paste. So It does not dry up the way other masks do, making it very tight and stretchy. This dries but without feeling a real tightness on the skin. As suggested in the video, I wash it off when semi dry after 30 minutes .

Try to use this mask atleast twice a week and you’ll see the results yourself. Hope this tip was helpful and I will definitely come up with more home remedies for skin and hair problems.

Until I see you guys next, please take care and stay glamourous.

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