Although ice cubes are summertime heroes, they do wonders year-round, actually. Applying ice cubes reduces inflammation, promotes blood circulation, reduces pore size, and helps skin exfoliation.
What if we can specialize and prepare personal beauty ice cubes adding magical kitchen ingredients this summer ?? Isn’t it fun?
Ice cube recipes:
Rice water ice cubes:
- Add 2-3spoonful of rose water to 2-3tsp cooked rice and mash them together into a paste using mortar and pestle. Now add 4tsp milk and some more rose water to rice paste and mix well.
- Now add the entire mixture to the ice tray by adding finely chopped mint leaves as a final touch. Your rice water ice cubes are ready to apply.
The rice water cubes improve blood circulation, curing acne and swelling. These cubes make your skin bright, shrinks pores, reduces blemishes, and also helps in maintaining good elasticity.
Tomato Cubes for dark circles:
- Take 1-2 tomatoes and blend them by adding some freshwater. Now add some raw honey and freeze them in an ice tray.
- You can rub these ice cubes on the skin by wrapping them in a light cloth and dab under the eyes to reduce the puffiness or dark circles.
The tomato cubes reduce pores, brightens the skin, and reduce dark circles.
Aloe vera cubes for long-lasting makeup:
- Add 1 cup water to 4 tbsp of aloe vera gel along with 5-6 drops of essential oils, and then freeze.
- Use them before applying makeup for smooth skin and long-lasting makeup.
The aloe vera cubes moisturize skin the best and will let your makeup last for longer hours.
Rose cubes for puffy eyes:
- Add 2tbsp for jojoba oil to 1 cup rose water and freeze them in an ice-cubes tray.
- Once frozen, your rose cubes are ready to use.
Rose cubes promote a natural glow and treat puffy eyes soothing dry skin.
Turmeric cubes for acne :
- Add 1 tbsp turmeric to 1 cup milk and freeze them.
- Wrap them in a light cloth and apply on the face for acne issues
The turmeric cubes promote healthy skin, fights acne, and heals pigmentation.