Detanning Face Pack with Yogurt and Tomato: Do It Yourself

by Devleena on July 17, 2013 · 10 comments

Detanning Face Pack with Yogurt and Tomato: Do It Yourself

Hello People,

Hope you all are doing wonderful, writing after quite a long time now.  Tanning is a problem most of us encounter during summer and we try what not to get rid of it! We try all sorts of creams from the market, but the most effective and best ones are home remedies. Today, I will share with you one such recipe to remove tan which exfoliates as well.

Ingredients Needed:

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  • Fresh tomato.
  • Yogurt.
  • Sugar grains.

Tomatoes are a rich source of vitamin A, B, K.  It helps in de-tanning, removing excess oil from the skin, helps in clearing acne, cures sunburns and the list goes on. It is also considered to contain the properties to prevent wrinkles,  but I personally doubt that. It is very good for the skin.  Yogurt is said to have hydrating properties, has the ability to detan, acts as a supplement to the tomato.  We are using the sugar grains for exfoliating purpose, it helps to remove dead cells instantly.

How To Make:

  • Cut the tomatoes in pieces (preferably in 4).
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  • Sprinkle the sugar granules on it.
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  • Top it off with the yogurt.
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  • Rub it on your face, neck, arms.

That’s it, nothing more is required.  You just rub the tomato topped with sugar and yogurt all over your hands, face and neck and you are done. Keep it on for 10 minutes, wash it off.

Note:

  • The sugar might feel sticky on skin, but that’s normal.
  • It might feel sticky while drying up after the wash, but once dried up completely, you will see the difference in your skin.
  • You can use it without the sugar as well.
  • You can squish the tomato in a bowl and mix the yogurt well, then sprinkle the sugar, use the mixture with a cotton ball.
  • Wash it off all over your face, neck and hands with cold water, thoroughly, but don’t use any soap.
  • To have this recipe actually work on your skin, you have to use it every second day, and avoid the sun as much as possible.

Advantages:

  • Exfoliates, de-tans, hydrates.
  • Kitchen items, easily available.
  • Effective if used rightly.
  • No side effects.
  • Goodness of multiple natural ingredients.
  • Makes skin soft to touch.
  • Inexpensive.

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

neha July 17, 2013 at 5:14 pm

potent stuff will work great *happy dance*

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lakshmi July 17, 2013 at 5:19 pm

yeah good potential stuff.I do it with squeezed tomato pulp and apply.It works on detanning.

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jiyasingh July 17, 2013 at 5:44 pm

i felt like having it wid salt :p rofl rofl rofl …bt ys kitchen stuff is the best of all *thankyou* *thankyou* *thankyou*

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Seema July 17, 2013 at 5:52 pm

I agree with jiyasingh here :P
I somehow like tomatoes more than apples.

The pack works like a charm.

Off topic here.. but how do we send a query like “ask IMBB” thingy?
I’ve tried searching for the instructions, but haven’t been able to source it.

Helpy pleeej *waaa*

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Ritika July 17, 2013 at 6:03 pm

I have tried tomato and curd together and it absolutely did wonders to my skin *happy dance* *happy dance* will try with sugar this time .. *thankyou* for sharing Devleena :D

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saloni..!! July 17, 2013 at 6:16 pm

Wooow i love this but never tried it with sugar *nababana* what i do is add lemon to these too works really good for making the skin fair and lightening spots *happy dance* *happy dance*

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Amrita July 17, 2013 at 10:13 pm

This looks so yummy I want to eat it! *happydance* thank you for sharing such a lovely tip, will definitely try it since I have tanned terribly! I have a question though. My face looks darker than my hands which means that the tan I have on my face is the result of years of accumulation. Will this pack be effective in that case?

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sakhi July 18, 2013 at 10:33 am

I want to eat this…looks delicious…a very handy tip without ant hassle

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megha July 18, 2013 at 11:58 am

Will it help in skij whitening too ?
Girls, can u suggest me some good moisturiser that effectively removes tan and help in skin whitening too ?
Please help! *waaa*

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megha July 18, 2013 at 12:00 pm

Will it help in skin whitening too ? *jogging*
Girls, can u suggest me some good moisturiser that effectively removes tan and help in skin whitening too ?
Please help! *waaa*

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