Beetroot FaceSerum

DIY This Beetroot Face Serum For Moisturised And Glowing Skin

Beetroot is a powerhouse of nutrients such as Vitamin B 6, vitamin A and Vitamin D and not only does it increase the blood production in the body but it is also known for its advantages for skin and hair.

How To Make The Beetroot Face Serum

  • Begin by grinding the beets, then mashing the pulp to extract the beetroot juice.
  • Fill a clean basin halfway with beet juice.
  • Add rose water, aloe vera gel, raw milk, and 2 to 3 Vitamin E capsules after that.
  • Mix the ingredients thoroughly, and when a pulpy mixture forms, stop and transfer the pulpy mixture to an airtight container to keep the face serum fresh.
  • You can use the serum for about 10-15 days if you keep it refrigerated.

How To Use The Face Serum

  • You can use the serum for about 10-15 days if you keep it refrigerated.
  • Massage your face in a circular motion with your fingertips until the mixture is absorbed into your skin.
  • For a lovely, fair, and flawless brightness on the face, use this serum on a daily basis.

Areas This Serum Works On 

  • The skin-whitening qualities of this serum are well-known.
  • It can give your skin a healthy glow if you use it on a regular basis.
  • It’s great for dull skin, blemishes, and facial spots.
  • It helps to prevent acne and maintains the skin of the face moisturised and healthy-looking.

How The Serum Works

  • Beetroot improves skin health by minimising the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, boosting suppleness, and slowing the ageing process.
  • Rosewater deep pore cleansing helps to thoroughly wash your skin and remove any dust particles. This aids in the tone of the skin and the retention of moisture in the pores.
  • Aloe Vera gel is another excellent ingredient in this serum, with benefits ranging from sunburn relief to deep skin moisturising.
  • The antioxidants in this serum are aided by vitamin E, which allows them to cleanse the face while also battling free radicals that can make the skin look dull and unhealthy. Vitamin E treats spots and pigmentation while also repairing damaged skin tissues to give the face a lustrous appearance.
  • Milk is an excellent moisturiser and can aid in skin whitening and lightening at the cellular level. It also keeps the skin hydrated and gives it a healthy glow.
  • Lemon juice contains Vitamin and Acetic Acid, which battles obstinate pollution and dust particles and expels them from the skin, leaving you with a natural shine and clear complexion.

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