DIYs have become a part of our routine because they beautify our skin and hair without any side effects. Whether it is hair fall, dry hair, pimples, pimple scars, tanning or dry lips; everything can be treated using home remedies. However, your facial skin is considerably softer than the other parts of your body, so you should always keep these 7 things away from your face.
Read on to know them.
1. Lemon Juice:
Rich in vitamin C, lemon is an effective ingredient to be used in hair or skin care DIYs. Although there is nothing wrong in using a few drops of lemon juice in face packs, still a regular usage of it can lead to skin irritation and dryness. Also, the psoralen content in lemons makes your skin sensitive to sunlight. It is always advised to stay away from sunlight after the application of lemon juice onto your skin.
There are homemade scrubs that contain sugar as a primary ingredient and these scrubs work perfectly as a body exfoliant. But, anything that suits your body will not always suit your face. Our facial skin is relatively more sensitive than the other parts of our body and hence, using sugar in a face scrub will abrade your skin and cause breakouts.
3. Nail Polish:
Many women follow the makeup ideas shared on the internet without thinking about their side effects. In fact, some YouTubers have also tried a few makeup looks using nail polishes. This is clearly a disastrous experiment because we all know how hard it is to remove a nail paint from our face.
Some girls also try toothpaste for treating dark spots and acne. Using toothpaste for dark spots or zits on the face is completely a bad idea. Toothpaste contains peroxides, peppermint and other ingredients that cause irritation to the skin. You can replace using toothpaste with tea tree oil as it is a far better option for your skin.
5. Hair Spray:
You won’t believe this. Yes, it is true that some women use hair sprays as makeup setting sp...