Do You Use Milk In Your Skincare Routine?


Milk, especially raw or sour milk, offers unlimited skin benefits if used wisely. From sun-tan to wrinkles, it is an easy solution for everything. Not just a rich source of calcium and protein, but also an essential ingredient in your skincare routine. Especially when milk is raw and unpasteurized or slightly fermented, it can help your skin in many ways.

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Who knew the solution to most of our skincare problems was hiding in our fridge? If you’re ready to reap several skin benefits with just one product, read on to find how you can use milk for a radiant skin. 

Moisturizes Skin

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If you have dry skin, it can get rough, itchy or even parched. Milk is an ultimate solution to dryness as Lactic acid present in milk preserves moisture. It keeps your skin hydrated and supple. Milk locks moisture and prevents it from escaping. Proteins found in milk also help in giving a smooth & soft skin. Thus, milk is a common ingredient used in cosmetic products. 

Cures Acne & Sun- Damaged Skin

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Milk is very helpful to treat acne. It has the ability to kill acne-causing bacteria and reduce redness and inflammation. According to various researches, lactic acid lessens sun damage. Even Ayurveda prescribes milk for soothing sunburns.

Reduces Freckles, Hyper-pigmentation 

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Milk is an effective home remedy that prevents freckles, brown spots, suntan, hyper-pigmentation and various skin disorders. Scientific studies state that skin treatment with lactic acid reduces deposits of melanin, which causes the above mentioned skin disorders.

Prevents Wrinkles 

As you grow old, your skin loosens and fine lines and wrinkles appear gradually. The goodness of milk and its regular usage is an effective way of fighting these signs of skin ageing  and keep your skin glowing and tight. You might also like to read Does Blue Light Cause Premature Ageing Of Your Skin?

Exfoliates Skin

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Dead skin cells make your skin look dull and lifeless. Thus, it is really important to exfoliate it regularly to get rid of these dead skin cells. Milk gently exfoliates your skin and removes dead skin cells without any harmful effects (unlike chemical scrubs & exfoliators).

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