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Curd, also known as yogurt is the fermented milk which is rich in carbohydrates, calcium and proteins. Curd is a daily product used at home. It is not just an integral part of the diet but also for skin care.

Applying curd on face helps to get soft and smooth skin. It also acts a good moisturizer and good for dry skin. Whether you suffer from acne, dry skin, skin dullness or excessive oiliness, a plain yogurt mask is a budget-friendly way to treat your face. Yogurt is effective at cleansing and disinfecting pores, preventing acne, moisturizing skin and revitalizing its texture.

If acne on your skin is bothering you then apply sour curd paste on your face and let it dry and then wash the face. In a few days you will see the unexpected benefits.

Benefits of Applying Curd on Face

Curd as Skin Cleanser

Mix 1cup of curd & 1 tbsp of lemon juice & use as skin cleanser. Take half cup yoghurt. Add to this half teaspoon honey. Stir well. Apply all over the forehead, face and neck. Rub it in gently. Leave on for 2-3 minutes. Wash off with cold water.

Curd as a Tan Remover

The bacteria present in the curd mainly lactobacillus and streptococcus acts as an agent to clear burnt skin. Tanned skin can be cured by applying curd mixed with flour. It also helps in keeping the skin soft.

Curd for Curing Acne

Make a paste of gram flour and curd & use as face pack.  Also Mix thick curd, turmeric and two drops of mustard oil and then apply the paste on the face. This will gives you a clear and glowing acne free skin.

Don’t Use Curd if:-

If you are allergic to yogurt, dairy products or alpha and beta hydroxy acids, avoid using yogurt face masks. If you experience burning or pain of any kind, wash off the mask and consult with your physician before reapplying. These symptoms may indicate an allergy or sensitivity to yogurt’s active ingredients or live cultures. If your skin feels tight after washing off your yogurt mask, apply a noncomedogenic moisturizer to hydrate and protect skin cells.

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