Home Made Skin Whitener

Do you want to have lighter skin without having problems without worrying about your budget?  Worry no more!  I learned a skin whitener recipe that is made from the ingredients you can normally find in your kitchen.  Yes, your kitchen is useful enough not only to feed your stomach but make you feel and look good.  Just like any other natural skin care wonders like the most common ingredients honey and olive oil, this home made skin whitener will help you get lighter skin.

Here are the ingredients and procedure of the Home Made Skin Whitener!

Ingredients:

1 big can  Evaporated Milk or 1 cup of Fresh Milk.

10 pcs.     Calamansi (squeezed and unseeded)

 

Mixture:

Mix the fresh Calamansi Juice with the Evaporated or Fresh Milk.  Shake them well and keep it refrigerated.  Label the container to avoid confusion from refrigerated edible items.

Application Procedure:

This would take an hour more than your usual shower time.   After having your normal shower, you will need to use warm water to open up the skin pores.

  1. Rinse yourself with warm water before using the home made skin whitener.
  2. Apply the refrigerated skin whitener on your skin, all over your body.  Face, neck, arms, legs, body and leave it on your skin for at least 30 minutes.  The refrigerated liquid would of course close the skin pores after applying to your skin, leaving the skin whitener locked in to the pores.
  3. Rinse yourself with normal or cold water and soap gently if you have to (to remove the sticky feeling).  Do this everyday or every night before going to sleep and you will see the difference.

Skin Allergy Test

I saw the changes happened to my sister and my friend, plus the ingredients are organic and natural so it is safe to use.  Although, just to make sure… do the skin allergy test by putting a bit of the mixture on your wrist, leave it for 2-3 minutes, and if  nothing happens then you are safe.  However, if itchiness or rashes occur then stop using it.  You might have an allergy to one of the ingredients.

 

Lyndsay is the mind behind this fashion blog, she also blogs about her travels on Discount Travel Blogger giving tips on how to explore the world as cheap as possible. She has earned units in Masters in Psychology, designs websites and graphics, online marketer, YouTuberand a singer by heart.
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  1. Thanks for the tips though it’s hard to understand your english, grammar wise

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