Let your kites soar high during Makar Sankranti, just like our dreams for the new year. The first festival of the year is always an event to remember.
While we are wrapped in heavy clothing in the mornings and nights to be warm, we must also consider the winter sun. People often avoid participating in the kite festival because they are afraid of becoming tanned and exposing their flesh to the sun. But haven’t we had our fill of postponing fun? So go ahead and spend time with your loved ones while we take care of your naturally beautiful skin.
Milk made from coconut
Coconut milk is extremely moisturising and nourishing to the skin. It aids in the replenishment of your skin’s lost moisture. Its Vitamin C and mild acids aid in the elimination of tans. Soak a cotton ball in organic coconut milk and apply it to your face if you want to try this natural component for tan removal. Allow it to dry completely before removing it with a gentle cleaner.
Cherries and chocolate
One of the quickest ways to get rid of stubborn tan is to use a face tan removal scrub. A beautiful blend of vitamin-rich cherry and delicious detoxifying chocolate makes this tan removal scrub. The scrub aids in the detoxification of your skin by removing any impurities and tanned dead skin cells. We’re sure your skin will thank you if you include this in your face care routine twice a week.
Milk and Saffron
Since antiquity, saffron has been used as a natural tan remover. Saffron, also known as kesar, is a traditional beauty component that helps restore your skin’s natural radiance and improve its texture. Simply soak a few strands of saffron in milk for a few minutes. After the mixture has dried, apply it to your face and wash it off.
Sunscreen is an absolute essential!
One of the most important skincare products in our face care routine is sunscreen or sunblock. So, if you decide to go outside and celebrate the kite flying festival on the terrace, it’s only natural that you apply sunscreen. A SPF 50 sunscreen body lotion protects your skin against the sun’s damaging UVA and UVB radiation, which can cause premature ageing, blistering, and discoloration.
Happy Makar Sankranti everyone!