There are a lot of rituals without which, a traditional Indian wedding is incomplete. And, one such ritual is the haldi ceremony. In this ceremony, the bride-to-be is anointed with ubtan, a face pack made of various natural ingredients.
The ubtan helps the bride to flaunt a radiantly glowing skin on her wedding, as it removes the tan and brightens her complexion.
Well, if applying an ubtan just for once can reap so many benefits, then imagine the result if you apply it every day.
So, for all you pretty brides-to-be, here are some natural ubtan recipes that you can start applying much before your haldi ceremony, and get a flawlessly glowing complexion on your wedding.
Using this ubtan regularly will give you a baby soft and smooth skin by your wedding day.
Take a cup of masoor dal (red lentil), a quarter cup raw rice, and eight to nine almonds and grind each of them separately. Now, mix these three powders in a bowl and add about half a cup of oatmeal, and a pinch of turmeric in it. Make a thick paste by adding rose water. Apply it all over your body and let it dry for some time. Once the paste is dry, scrub it off gently and wash with normal water. For those having dry skin, it would be a good idea to add milk cream in this ubtan.
This is a very nourishing ubtan, especially for those with dry skin.
Mix two tablespoons each of milk powder, gram flour and almond powder. Mix all these ingredients and add a pinch of turmeric powder in this mixture. Now, add one tablespoon each of milk cream and lemon juice in it and a few drops of rose water and olive oil. Apply this concoction all over your face and body with a gentle massage. Let the pack dry for some time and remove it by washing it off with lukewarm water. Apply this natural ‘beauty mix’ at least thrice a week for maximum benefits.
This is a unique and highly nourishing ubtan to be used during the winter season.
For making this, grind 15 pieces each of almonds, cashews and pistachios. Also, grind one-fourth cup each of flaxseed, masoor dal, rice, dried orange peel and oats separately. Mix these powders in a dry bowl and add one tablespoon of turmeric, a pinch of saffron and 10-12 drops of sweet almond oil. Now, add honey and rose water to form a thick scrub. Apply it all over your face and body, and scrub off after a few minutes.
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Try this amazing ubtan recipe for a blemish-free and beaming glow.
For this simple ubtan, you will need gram flour, wheat bran, milk cream or yoghurt, and a pinch of turmeric. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and keep the mixture as it is for a while. In the meantime, massage your body with sesame seed oil, and then apply this mixture. Leave it for half an hour and wash it off with lukewarm water.
Sandalwood ubtan is a great way to remove tan and sooth your dull and tired skin. This is especially useful for the brides getting married during summers, as sandalwood and rose water both have a cooling effect on the body.
Simply mix sandalwood powder with gram flour and turmeric. Add rose water and raw milk to form a smooth paste. The paste should not be too runny or too thick. Apply it all over your face and body and let it dry completely. Then wash it off with normal water and see the difference in your skin.
Applying an ubtan on a regular basis helps to get rid of suntan and uneven skin tone while giving the bride an angelic glow on her wedding. So ladies, better not wait for your haldi ceremony to use an ubtan. Just pick any of these magical ‘beauty mixes’ to flaunt your best look on your wedding day.
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