Health and Beauty

DIY Papaya Face Pack for Sensitive Skin

Papaya is one of my favourite fruits, not because how it tastes because how good it is to our skin. :p

Papaya is quite moisturising in nature. Good news is it can be used by all skin types by mixing it with right ingredient. If you are a dry skinned beauty or you have oily skin, you can checkout these DIY recipes of homemade Papaya face packs:

Face Pack for Dry Skin

Face Pack for Oily Skin

Now let’s see how one with sensitive skin can make use of Papaya, what are the ingredients that we can use along with it to make the most out of it.!

Mission of this face pack is to reduce the inflammation/ redness, reduce pimple, avoid further spread of it and to reduce the scars. Let’s get to know more about our magic ingredients.

  1. Mashed Papaya:
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You know few benefits of Papaya already through this post. Along with those uses, Papaya also has below benefits to offer:

  1. Antibacterial and anti fungal in nature.
  2. Clears oil and dirt that may lead to breakouts.
  3. Lightens pigmentation. 
  4. Prevents acne and breakouts.

2. Sandalwood Powder:

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  1. Antibacterial property helps in fighting against acne causing bacteria.
  2. Gives cooling effect.
  3. Anti-ageing.
  4. Acts as a mild exfoliator.

3. Turmeric:

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  1. Prevents breakouts.
  2. Reduces acne scars.
  3. Adds natural glow to skin.
  4. Heals wounds.

How To Prepare and Use?

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Take two table spoons of mashed Papaya, one table spoon of sandalwood powder and half table spoon of turmeric. Mix the ingredient and apply the pack on cleansed face.

Leave the face pack till it’s semi dry. Wash with warm water.

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