A splash of Tomato for Fresh and Smooth Even Skin - Thy Aurora

A splash of Tomato for Fresh and Smooth Even Skin




    Tomato is a fruit vegetable. It's a great source of vitamin C. It's available in every season. So, everyone have them in their kitchen. As a daily skin caring ingredient ,it's perfect. And it's not only good for skin but health too. It plays great role in our life to prevent several diseases like cancer. I'm not just gonna suggest you to apply tomato on your skin but also eat them daily and use them while cooking.
Day by day, it's getting really hard to keep your skin fresh and  bright. Daily use of cosmetics, going out for work in this polluted environmental and then again always getting sun exposed makes our skin dark, dirty and dull. For this you need something effective and  natural which your skin will absorb easily. Nothing is more effective and healthy than natures touch on your skin. For this tomatoes are perfect.
     Now there are many ways for you to use tomato on your skin. I am going to start from the basic. And I am also going to include some FAQ's for your better understanding and help.
One single reminder:

"Never apply anything on a dirty face. Always wash your face with a face wash or simply with water and then apply face mask or products"


Tomato slices
Tomato slice will help you get rid of uneven skin and will make your skin look a lot fresh and healthy.

Procedure
Take a slice of tomato and poke in the inner sliced part with a fork to bring out the juice. Then rub that piece of tomato all over you face and neck for 2 minutes. Leave it over your face for 10-15 minutes until it dries. At last wash your face with cold water. After this apply a good moisturizer.
Do this everyday Or on every second day. 

Tomato ice cube
Ice is very good for skin because it cools down the skin and closes pores. It gets all the dirt out and cleans your skin, side by side tomato does it's work too.

Procedure
This is a very easy and helpful way of using tomato. You can blend or mash 2-3 tomatos and then keep them on an ice cube container. Renew your tomato ice cube container every week. Don't use 1 week old blended tomato ice cubes. It's better to use fresh ones.

Tomato and milk mask
Undoubtedly, milk is very good for skin. Milk helps to brighten skin and get rid of dark patches.

Procedure
Take a slice of tomato and dip it into milk. Then rub that tomato slice on your face.
Or you can also mash the tomato and mix a tea spoon of milk with it. Then apply that mask on you face. Rub your face with it for 3 minutes and Keep it for 5-10 minutes. After that wash your face with cold water.

Tomato and sugar scrubs
This scrub will make your skin smooth and tight. It will also clean pores and prevent acne.

Procedure
Take a sliced tomato and half a tea spoon of sugar. Now put those sugar in the inner sliced part of the tomato. Then with your thumb you will mix the tomato juice and sugar. After that, you will rub that tomato slice on your face and neck for 3 minutes. Then keep it for 1 minute and rinse it off with cold water.
Do it once every week. You don't have to do it often.



FAQ

Why should I use tomato?
  • Helps to get rid of dark spots slowly.
  • Evens out the skin.
  • Brightens
  • Skin becomes smooth and fresh.
  • It tightens skin
  • Cleans skin pores and shrinks them.
  • Prevents acne

Is it good for all skin type?
Yes.


Do I have to follow it daily?
Not necessarily. For a good reasult, you can apply tomato slice daily for at least 1 Week. After that, you can apply whenever you want just to keep the skin condition good.


When should I apply them?
You should apply a sliced tomato or milk tomato at night. You should always scrub your face at night. And as for ice cubes, do it everyday after you come back home. Because at that time, if you touch your face, you will feel the heat in your face. That's why you are going to apply it immediately after you come back home after washing your face.


Do I have to apply moisture?
Undoubtedly, yes. It's a must.


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